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The formulas for calculating the magnitudes of the late maximum near and far earthquake events associated with great earthquakes



The formulas for calculating the magnitudes of the late maximum near and far earthquake events associated with great earthquakes



Dizhen Xuebao = Acta Seismologica Sinica 2(1): 80-89




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