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Authors: Svigkas, Nikos* 
Atzori, Simone* 
Kiratzi, Anastasia* 
Tolomei, Cristiano* 
Antonioli, Andrea* 
Papoutsis, Ioannis* 
Salvi, Stefano* 
Kontoes, Charalampos* 
Title: On the Segmentation of the Cephalonia–Lefkada Transform Fault Zone (Greece) from an InSAR Multi-Mode Dataset of the Lefkada 2015 Sequence
Journal: Remote Sensing 
Series/Report no.: /11 (2019)
Issue Date: 2019
DOI: 10.3390/rs11161848
Abstract: We use Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) to study the Cephalonia–Lefkada Transform Fault Zone (CTF) in the Ionian Sea. The CTF separates continental subduction to the north from oceanic subduction to the south, along the Hellenic Subduction Zone. We exploit a rich multi-modal radar dataset of the most recent major earthquake in the region, the 17 November 2015 Mw 6.4 event, and present new surface displacement results that o er additional constraints on the fault segmentation of the area. Based on this dataset, and by exploiting available information of earthquake relocation, we propose a new rupture process for the 2015 sequence, complementary to those published already. Our modelling includes an additional southern fault segment, oblique to the segment related with the mainshock, which indicates that the CTF structure is more complex than previously believed.
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