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An approach to prediction of magnitude and occurrence time of earthquakes



An approach to prediction of magnitude and occurrence time of earthquakes



Tectonophysics 8(2): 81-95



Statistical seismicity, anomalous crustal deformation, geomagnetic change, and foreshock activity, Japan.

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DOI: 10.1016/0040-1951(69)90082-1


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