The Iberia-Maghreb region, made up of Spain, Portugal, Algeria, and Morocco as well as the surrounding offshore areas in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea, is a complex plate boundary setting that displays important variations of earthquake faulting and stress patterns at regional and local scales (e.g., Buforn et al. 2004; Stich et al. 2006; Fernández-Ibáñez et al. 2007; De Vicente et al. 2008). The inventory of seismic moment tensors for the Iberia-Maghreb region is rapidly increasing as the network of seismic broadband stations is becoming denser, and small-to-moderate earthquakes can now be included...

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