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Magnitude, intensity and ground motion relations for earthquakes in the central United States



Magnitude, intensity and ground motion relations for earthquakes in the central United States



Pages 307-314 1972



Wave attenuation differences from west, different formulas for magnitude and ground motion, accelerations smaller and displacements larger for central United States.

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