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Double-couple earthquake source: symmetry and rotation

Simplified algorithms for calculating double-couple rotation

Double-couple earthquake focal mechanism: random rotation and display

Universal Bicritical Behavior of Period Doublings in Unidirectionally Coupled Oscillators

Non-double-couple mechanisms in the seismicity preceding the 1991–1993 Etna volcano eruption

Non-double-couple mechanisms in the seismicity preceding the 1991–1993 Etna volcano eruption

Envelope of coda waves for a double couple source due to non-linear elasticity

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Transient gravity perturbations from a double-couple in a homogeneous half-space

Seismoelectromagnetic waves radiated by a double couple source in a saturated porous medium

Probabilistic joint inversion of waveforms and polarity data for double-couple focal mechanisms of local earthquakes

Three-dimensional seismic structure and moment tensors of non-double-couple earthquakes at the Hengill–Grensdalur volcanic complex, Iceland

Monitoring volcanic and geothermal areas by full seismic moment tensor inversion: are non‐double‐couple components always artefacts of modelling?

Non-double-couple earthquakes of 1997 January in West Bohemia, Czech Republic: evidence of tensile faulting

Double-stranded origin nicking and replication initiation are coupled in the replication of a rolling circle plasmid, pT181

Birth of a healthy boy after a double factor PGD in a couple carrying a genetic disease and at risk for aneuploidy: Case Report

Single versus double intrauterine insemination in stimulated cycles for subfertile couples: a systematic review based on a Cochrane review


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A seismic wave pattern, consisting of four lobes (for P-waves) and four lobes (for S-waves) of alternate compression and dilation, which is generated by movement along two fault planes at right angles to each other. Compare single couple.

Subjects: Earth Sciences and Geography.

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