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Magnitude MLV and some kinematic and dynamic properties of the maximum phase of surface Rayleigh waves for oceanic and continental paths



Magnitude MLV and some kinematic and dynamic properties of the maximum phase of surface Rayleigh waves for oceanic and continental paths



Publications of the Institute of Geophysics, Series A: Physics of the Earth Interior 5(116): 103-108




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