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A Note on the Range of Peak Amplitudes of Recorded Accelerations, Velocities and Displacement With Respect to the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale



A Note on the Range of Peak Amplitudes of Recorded Accelerations, Velocities and Displacement With Respect to the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale



Seismological Research Letters 47(1): 9-24




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DOI: 10.1785/gssrl.47.1.9


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