Date:23/07/2014
Time:09:06
Lat:38.68N
Long:43.34E
Depth:25Km
ML:3.6

Evidence for 830 years of seismic quiescence from palaeoseismology, archaeoseismology and historical seismicity along the Dead Sea fault in Syria

The Syrian National Seismological Network(SNSN): Monitoring A Major Continental Transform Fault

First indications of high slip rates on active reverse faults NW of Damascus, Syria, from observations of deformed Quaternary sediments: Implications for the partitioning of crustal deformation in the Middle Eastern region

Crustal deformation in northwestern Arabia from GPS measurements in Syria: Slow slip rate along the northern Dead Sea Fault

Estimation of Shallow S-Wave Velocity Structure in Damascus City, Syria, Using Microtremor Exploration

Preliminary Seismic Micro-Zoning Study for Damascus City by Using Microtremors

Google: