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Horizontal to vertical spectral ratio and geological conditions: an analysis of strong motion data from Greece and Taiwan (SMART-1)



Horizontal to vertical spectral ratio and geological conditions: an analysis of strong motion data from Greece and Taiwan (SMART-1)



Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering 14(3): 177-197




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DOI: 10.1016/0267-7261(94)00039-j


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