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Example of earthquake response analysis of deformation appeared at residential area caused by the Kobe-earthquake



Example of earthquake response analysis of deformation appeared at residential area caused by the Kobe-earthquake



Chikei = Transactions - Japanese Geomorphological Union 18(4): 405




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