WEBNET Data 2008-2018

Published: 19-01-2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/4swk36hbvz.1
Vaclav Vavrycuk


The dataset consists of waveforms of selected microearthquakes that occurred in the West Bohemia region, Czech Republic in the period of 2008-2018. The data have been collected by the local seismic network WEBNET, which monitors the seismicity in this area. For more information about the WEBNET network, see https://www.ig.cas.cz/en/observatories/local-seismic-network-webnet/. A detailed analysis of the seismicity in the West Bohemia region can be found in the following papers: Čermáková, H., & Horálek, J. (2015). The 2011 West Bohemia (Central Europe) earthquake swarm compared with the previous swarms of 2000 and 2008. Journal of Seismology, 19, 899–913. doi: 10.1007/s10950-015-9502-3. Fischer, T., Horálek, J., Hrubcová, P., Vavryčuk, V., Bräuer, K., & Kämpf, H. (2014). Intra-continental earthquake swarms in West-Bohemia and Vogtland: a review. Tectonophysics, 611, 1-27. doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2013.11.001. Fischer, T., Horálek, J., Michálek, J., & Boušková, A. (2010). The 2008 West Bohemia earthquake swarm in the light of the WEBNET network. Journal of Seismology, 14, 665–682. Jakoubková, H., Horálek, J., & Fischer, T. (2017). 2014 mainshock-aftershock activity versus earthquake swarms in West Bohemia, Czech Republic. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 175(3). doi: 10.1007/s00024-017-1679-7. Vavryčuk, V., & Adamová, P. (2018). Detection of stress anomaly produced by interaction of compressive fault steps in the West Bohemia swarm region, Czech Republic. Tectonics, 37, 4212-4225. doi: 10.1029/2018TC005163. Vavryčuk, V., Adamová, P., Doubravová, J., & Jakoubková, H. (2017). Moment tensor inversion based on the principal component analysis of waveforms: Method and application to microearthquakes in West Bohemia, Czech Republic. Seismological Research Letters, 88(5), 1303-1315. doi: 10.1785/0220170027. Vavryčuk, V., Adamová, P., Doubravová, J., & Ren, Y. (2021). Mapping stress and fluids on faults by non-shear earthquakes. Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, accepted.