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Magnitudes of larger earthquakes not included in the Gutenberg-Richter's magnitude catalogue



Magnitudes of larger earthquakes not included in the Gutenberg-Richter's magnitude catalogue



Tectonophysics 49(3-4): 171-184




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DOI: 10.1016/0040-1951(78)90175-0


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