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Predicting the magnitude and frequency of earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay area using fault slip rates



Predicting the magnitude and frequency of earthquakes in the San Francisco Bay area using fault slip rates



Annual Meeting - Association of Engineering Geologists 38, Program: 50




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