Densely spaced digital recording temporary seismic networks are a fundamental and widely used tool to monitor microseismic activity at a low detection threshold. Such networks provide data for various types of investigations, such as the evaluation of seismic hazard potential, structural analysis, and stress field determination. Here, we focus on monitoring in the south Aegean region, which has the highest seismic activity in Europe. In this region, such networks have been operated previously on the island of Crete (e.g.,Harjes et al., 1997; Delibasis et al., 1999; Becker, 2000; Jost et al., 2002; Meier...

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