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Statistical relation of magnitude to frequency of occurrence for earthquakes in Mexico City



Statistical relation of magnitude to frequency of occurrence for earthquakes in Mexico City



Earth and Planetary Science Letters 3(5): 449-452



Departure from general exponential law, systematic variation from one active seismic region to another.

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DOI: 10.1016/0012-821x(67)90077-5


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