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Spatial slip distribution of the September 20, 1999, Chi-Chi, Taiwan, earthquake (M (sub w) 7.6); inverted from teleseismic data



Spatial slip distribution of the September 20, 1999, Chi-Chi, Taiwan, earthquake (M (sub w) 7.6); inverted from teleseismic data



Geophysical Research Letters 27(20): 3417-3420




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