Estimating ground motions In the largest crustal earthquakes

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Abstract

Earthquakes cause many deaths and injuries worldwide. For example, the 2015 Nepal earthquake is thought to have killed nearly 9,000 people. This event was only one of many events contributing to the 750,000 deaths attributable to earthquakes during the period 1996 to 2015 according to a recent report by the United Nations.
LanguageEnglish
TypeInvited online article on Science Trends website
Place of PublicationHouston, Texas
Publication statusPublished - 22 Dec 2017

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Keywords

  • strong ground motion
  • earthquake
  • engineering seismology

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Estimating ground motions In the largest crustal earthquakes. / Douglas, John.

Houston, Texas. 2017, Invited online article on Science Trends website.

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