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Magnitude, intensity and radius of perceptibility relations for the earthquakes originating from Himalayan regions of North India



Magnitude, intensity and radius of perceptibility relations for the earthquakes originating from Himalayan regions of North India



Indian Journal of Meteorology, Hydrology and Geophysics 28(1): 107-110




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