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G. Förster et al. 2007). However, receiver function studies (Mohsen et al. e. between 60 and 80 km. The DSB region is characterized by unusual seismicity pattern. Aldersons et al. (2003) report that 60 % of the micro-earthquakes are located at depths of 20–32 km (lower crust) and the peak seismicity is situated just below the upper-lower crustal boundary (20 km). Double difference relative relocation suggests, that the seismic activity at the DSB is mostly confined to the upper crust (0–20 km), and that it disappears in the lower crust at depth of 25–26 km (Shamir 2006).
This depth increase of about 10 km of the Moho from West to East is also found in tomographic images using regional and teleseismic events, which shows additionally a N – S trending thickening of the crust under the Arava/Araba Fault (AF). In the Dead Sea Basin (DSB) proper the imaging of the Moho is complicated by the presence of the Lisan Salt dome. From these results and other evidence we conclude that the Dead Sea basin is a mostly upper crustal feature with a decoupling zone at about 20 km depth.
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