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Paleoseismicity of the Athens subway

A colleague sent us this image which he took in the Athens subway few days ago. He didn’t know the person who was carrying the luggage, but he recognized the sticker on the suitcase.

I also do not know who you are, but I like your suitcase!

This amazing suitcase was seen in the Athens subway.

If you are still in Greece in March and want to see some nice active faults, contact Sascha and Jack from RWTH Aachen University. They’ll do field work on Crete in the first two weeks of March and then move to the W Peloponnese for another two weeks. They have a ground penetrating radar and a geoelectrics device with them to image hanging wall deformation features. Also, they will carry out LiDAR scans for fault scarp analyses. Jack and Sascha would be happy to meet colleagues in the field, especially if they could help with carrying the equipment…

Υγειά μας!

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Christoph Grützner

Christoph Grützner

works at the Department of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. He likes Central Asia and the Mediterranean and is looking for ancient earthquakes.

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