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Structural damages of L`Aquila (Italy) earthquake
Authors: H. Kaplan, H. Bilgin, S. Yilmaz, H. Binici, A. Oztas
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The April-May 2015 Nepal Earthquake Sequence
Authors: Gavin Hayes, USGS
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10.32MB 929 929 views

Earthquake Magnitude Scales
Authors: James P. McCalpin
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How do I read a seismogram?
Authors: IRIS
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Effects of the December 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami on the Indian Mainland
Authors: Alpa Sheth, Snigdha Sanyal, Arvind Jaiswal, Prathibha Gandhi
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4.29MB 13599 13599 views

After the Tsunami. Rapid Environmental Assessment
Authors: UNEP
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Managing Tsunami Risk in the Aftermath of the 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake & Tsunami
Authors: CGS
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Static Stress Changes and the Triggering of Earthquakes
Authors: Geoffrey C. P. King, Ross S. Stein, Jian Lin
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Premonitory slip and tidal triggering og earthquakes
Authors: David A. Lockner, Nick M. Beeler
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Earth Tides and Earthquake
Authors: Tarek Kansowa, Adrian Tatnall
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0.42MB 1910 1910 views

A new application of Benioff Graphs and Wiener Predictive Filter to forecast Vrancea (Romania) earthquakes
Authors: Dumitru Enescu
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0.42MB 2121 2121 views

An assessment of the damage potential of romanian Vrancea earthquakes
Authors: Iolanda-Gabriela Craifaleanu
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1.97MB 1858 1858 views

Slip distribution of the 1928 Chirpan and Plovdiv main shocks and earthquake triggering
Authors: V. Karakostas, E. Papadimitriou, D. Gospodinov, B. Ranguelov
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0.74MB 1917 1917 views

Seismic hazard, vulnerability and risk for Vrancea events
Authors: Dan Lungu, Cristian Arion, Alexandru Aldea, Radu Vacareanu
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3.51MB 1708 1708 views

Variability of Near-Term Probability for the Next Great Earthquake on the Cascadia Subduction Zone
Authors: Stephane Mazzotti, John Adams
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Collaborative research and Lessons for future earthquake risk reduction in Romania
Authors: D. Lungu
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8.39MB 1641 1641 views

Map of probable locations of future earthquakes for The Iberian Peninsula, the Balearics and Canaries
Authors: Alvaro Gonzalez Gomez
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0.63MB 1972 1972 views

Preparing for Earthquakes: Where India Stands
Authors: C. V. R. Murty
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Next-Level ShakeZoning for earthquake hazard definition in the Intermountain West
Authors: J. Louie, W. Savran, B. Flinchum, G. Plank, G. Kent, K. Smith, S. Pullammanappallil, A. Pancha, W. Hellmer
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2.79MB 1690 1690 views

It`s rockin` and rollin` in California
Authors: -
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Implications for Earthquake Risk Reduction in the United States from the Kocaeli, Turkey, Earthquake of August 17, 1999
Authors: USGS
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Major active faults of SW Bulgaria: implications of their geometry, kinematics and the regional active stress regime
Authors: Markos D. Tranos, V. G. Karakostas, E. E. Papadimitriou, V. Kachev, B. Ranguelov, D. Gospodinov
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0.64MB 1537 1537 views

A new statistical model for Vrancea earthquakes using prior information from earthquakes before 1900
Authors: P. van Gelder, D. Lungu
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Long-term observation of slow slip events for assessing earthquake generation models using borehole and cabled seafloor observatories
Authors: Toshinori Sato, Hisao Ito, Masanao Shinohara, Reiji Kobayashi, Yukari Kido, Hajime Naruse
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Romanian seismology - historical, scientific and human landmarkers
Authors: Florin Radulescu
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Seismicity studies for Fagaras seismogenic region (Romania), an important step in seismic hazard evaluation
Authors: I. A. Moldovan, O. Bazacliu, B. D. Enescu
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0.38MB 1745 1745 views

Source Processes and Spectral Ground Motion Models of Intermediate-Depth Vrancea (Romania) Earthquakes
Authors: Adrien Pierre Henri Oth
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10.82MB 1439 1439 views

Exploratory analysis of marked poisson processes applied to Balkan earthquake sequences
Authors: Dragomir Gospodinov, Renata Rotondi
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Statistical Analysis of Triggered Seismicity in the Kresna Region of SW Bulgaria (1904) and the Umbria-Marche Region of Central Italy (1997)
Authors: D. Gospodinov, R. Rotondi
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0.37MB 1512 1512 views

An investigation of the significance of local site effects in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Authors: Aleksandre Kandilarov, Kuvvet Atakan, Jens Havskov, Dragomir Gospodinov
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    Mw 6.5 in BOTSWANA
  • MOST RISKY AREAS FOR A Mw 6.5+ EARTHQUAKE IN APRIL 2017
  • 01. PAPUA NEW GUINEA (8.38%)
  • 02. CHILE (6.13%)
  • 03. VANUATU (5.52%)
  • 04. CALIFORNIA (4.88%)
  • 05. MEXICO (4.82%)
  • 06. TAIWAN (4.04%)
  • 07. JAPAN (3.87%)
  • 08. GREECE (3.83%)
  • 09. SUMATRA (3.38%)
  • 10. SOLOMON ISLANDS (3.23%)
  • 11. NEPAL (2.91%)
  • 12. RUSSIA (2.9%)
  • 13. TURKEY (2.84%)
  • 14. INDONESIA (2.79%)
  • 15. IRAN (2.05%)
  • MOST RISKY DAYS FOR A Mw 6.5+ EARTHQUAKE TO OCCUR
  • 01. SUNDAY (15.222%)
  • 02. SATURDAY (14.9049%)
  • 03. WEDNESDAY (14.482%)
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