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Empirical scaling of Fourier spectrum amplitudes of recorded strong earthquake accelerations in terms of Modified Mercalli Intensity, local soil conditions and depth of sediments



Empirical scaling of Fourier spectrum amplitudes of recorded strong earthquake accelerations in terms of Modified Mercalli Intensity, local soil conditions and depth of sediments



Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 10(1): 65-72




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DOI: 10.1016/0267-7261(91)90009-o


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