The seismic active zone is a distributed system consisting of varioussubareas. To understand a state of the system during a given period of timeso called ‘the linear gradient frame’ technique was developed to searchthe stable characteristics for subareas. The search is based on analysis ofgeographic components, least-squares inversion and statistical estimatorsof seismic data. The stable subarea includes hypocenters of earthquakes,the space-time trajectories of which are restricted by a certain domain(seismic attractor). Fractal structures obtained in south of Iceland are inan agreement with geological history. The results are promising for thegeothermal exploration.
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