neotectonic map

neotectonic map

[¦nē·ō·tek′tän·ik ′map]
(geology)
A map depicting neotectonic structures.
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A first, small scale, Neotectonic Map of Portugal, showing faults with evidence of "activity in the Quaternary", was published two years later in the scope of a work on geothermal analysis (Ribeiro and Moitinho de Almeida, 1981).
The results were synthesised in a Neotectonic Map of Mainland Portugal (1:1,000,000 scale) (Cabral and Ribeiro, 1988, 1989), showing "faults with evidence of activity in the last 2 Ma".
The Neotectonic map of Soviet Baltic republics (Sliaupa et al., 1981) notes two neotectonic active linear zones in the northern and southern part of Sambia Peninsula, coinciding partially with tectonic faults.
Sliaupa, A., Berzin, L., Kajak, K., and Straume, J.: 1981, Neotectonic map of the Soviet Baltic Republic.
and Przybylski, B.: 2000, Neotectonic map of Lower Silesia (in Polish), Centralne Archiwum Geologiczne Panstwowego Instytutu Geologicznego, Warszawa, 25 ms.
The QAFI project also aims to resume the research and service activities of IGME in seismic hazard matters at a national scale in Spain, as for example the Neotectonic Map of Spain (IGME and ENRESA, 1998); as well as gathering, unifying and boosting individual efforts already produced in the country for different regions (Sanz de Galdeano et al., 2003, 2007; Garcia-Mayordomo, 2005; Perea et al., 2006).
To illustrate this statement, figure 8 shows a combined representation of QAFI faults and other Quaternary faults from the Neotectonic Map of Spain (IGME and ENRESA, 1998).
and Przybylski, B.: 2000, Neotectonic map of Lower Silesia (in Polish), Unpublished report, Centralne Archiwum Geologiczne, Panstw.