On Thursday, 26 May 1994 at 08:26:55 local time, a damaging earthquake took place in the AI Hoceima region in the northern part of Morocco. Its high intensity, the great number of aftershocks (1,000 a year), and the consequences of the mainshock and the strongest aftershocks have attracted the attention of many seismologists (Hahou et al., 1995; Jabour et al., 1995a, 1995b; Vidal et al., 1995; Calvert et al., 1997; El Alami et al., 1998). It also attracted the attention of the Geophysics Laboratory researchers, who have managed to...

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