We used teleseismic recordings of a temporary deployment of seismic stations and of permanent short period stations
in the western Eger Rift system to study the lithosphere with the help of Receiver Functions. The crust-mantle
boundary (Moho) is observed at almost all stations by strong P-to-S converted phases. The Moho is basically flat
between about 26 - 30 km depth in the entire region. At one station in the Eger Rift (BOH-1, Loket castle) no Moho is
observed. We interpret this with the existence of a broad gradient zone there, instead of a sharp discontinuity. This
observation, however, needs to be confirmed by more data.
(2000): The Moho structure in the western Eger Rift: A receiver function experiment
. Studia Geophysica et Geodaetica