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Magnitudes, locations and return periods of large prehistoric earthquakes occurring in coastal South Carolina



Magnitudes, locations and return periods of large prehistoric earthquakes occurring in coastal South Carolina



Seismological Research Letters 62(3-4): 161-162




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