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Magnitude and frequency of subduction-zone earthquakes along the northern Oregon coast in the past 3,000 years



Magnitude and frequency of subduction-zone earthquakes along the northern Oregon coast in the past 3,000 years



Oregon Geology 57(1): 3-12




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