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Magnitude, frequency, seismicity and seismic risk for coastal Peru between 9 and 13.8 degrees S



Magnitude, frequency, seismicity and seismic risk for coastal Peru between 9 and 13.8 degrees S



Boletin de la Sociedad Geografica de Lima 94(Enero-Junio): 20-23




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