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Theoretical Derivation of Seismological Relations; Energy, Moment, Magnitude, Fault Length, Recurrence Times, and T approximately L (super 2) Behavior



Theoretical Derivation of Seismological Relations; Energy, Moment, Magnitude, Fault Length, Recurrence Times, and T approximately L (super 2) Behavior



Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 55(4): 351




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