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5) The maximum concentration of water wells, as well as the main recharge area and convergent subterranean water-fluxes of this aquifer seem to coincide spatially with the subcicular seismic area.
We suggest a mixed (natural and induced) hydroseismic hypothesis for the TSH seismic swarms:
3) The water-soaked thick Miocene sedimentary series added an extra weight that contributed to the general instability of the TSH.
4) The “gruyere-like” basement of the Miocene edifice with cavernous-like Triassic evaporitic Keuper facies capped by the overexploited karstified Jurassic carbonates was violently refilled by the percolating waters.
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