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earthquake seismology

5Hz GPS seismology of the El Mayor—Cucapah earthquake: estimating the earthquake focal mechanism

The ‘tsunami earthquake’ of 1932 June 22 in Manzanillo, Mexico: seismological study and tsunami simulations

The 2007 Pisco, Peru, earthquake (M8.0): seismology and geodesy

A seismological reassessment of the source of the 1946 Aleutian ‘tsunami’ earthquake

Seismological evidence for a tsunami earthquake recorded four centuries ago on historical documents

The Showa Sanriku earthquake of 1933 March 2: a global seismological reassessment

Three-dimensional elastic earthquake modelling based on integrated seismological and InSAR data: the M w = 7.2 Nuweiba earthquake, gulf of Elat/Aqaba 1995 November

Validation of the rupture properties of the 2001 Kunlun, China (M s = 8.1), earthquake from seismological and geological observations

Combining controlled-source seismology and local earthquake tomography to derive a 3-D crustal model of the western Alpine region

Seismological and field observations from the 1990 November 6 Furg (Hormozgan) earthquake: a rare case of surface rupture in the Zagros mountains of Iran

Complex kinematic rupture of the Mw 5.9, 1999 Athens earthquake as revealed by the joint inversion of regional seismological and SAR data

Geodetic and seismologic evidence for slip variability along a blind normal fault in the Umbria-Marche 1997–1998 earthquakes (central Italy)

Analysis of seismological and geological observations formoderate–size earthquakes: the Colfiorito Fault System(Central Apennines, Italy)

Rupture processes of the 2012 September 5 M w 7.6 Nicoya, Costa Rica earthquake constrained by improved geodetic and seismological observations

Seismological analyses of the 2010 March 11, Pichilemu, Chile M w 7.0 and M w 6.9 coastal intraplate earthquakes

New constraints from seismology and geodesy on the M w = 6.4 2008 Movri (Greece) earthquake: evidence for a growing strike-slip fault system

Combining InSAR and seismology to study the 2003 Siberian Altai earthquakes—dextral strike-slip and anticlockwise rotations in the northern India–Eurasia collision zone

 

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The first recorded accounts of earthquakes date back to 2000 bc. However, the era of earthquake seismology as a modern science began in the late 1800s with the installation of ...

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