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Estimation of Basement Depth along the Sumiyoshi River in Kobe City. Travel Time Analysis of P-, S-, and Sp-waves from an Earthquake Array Observation



Estimation of Basement Depth along the Sumiyoshi River in Kobe City. Travel Time Analysis of P-, S-, and Sp-waves from an Earthquake Array Observation



Journal of Physics of the Earth 44(5): 543-552




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DOI: 10.4294/jpe1952.44.543


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