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This study describes the experience of the application of computer technology ``Structural analysis of geophysical data'' and geodynamic study results for the purpose of seismic zoning of the region with a low seismic activity. In the Finnish#x2013;Bothnia region, including the sea water area, a number of potential seismogenic zones were identified. The results can be used to compile the map of possible earthquake sources in the future.

Structural analysis, seismic zoning, low seismicity, earthquake, deep structure, active fault, GPS data, strain field
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