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Ardeleanu L 1999: Modelling waveforms generated by Vrancea Earthquakes. PhD Thesis Delouis B, Vallée M, Meghraoui M, Calais E, Maouche S, Lammali K, Mahsas A, Briole P, Benhamouda F, Yelles K 2004

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96 281 297 Kumar A, Pandey A D, Sharma M L, Gupta S C, Jindal A K, Jain S K 1998: In: Proc. Eleventh Symp. On Earthquake Engg. Roorkee Univ., Dec. 17

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88 973 988 Tóth L, Mónus P, Zsíros T 2000: Hungarian Earthquake Bulletin 1999, GeoRisk, Budapest Tóth L, Mónus P, Zsíros

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Dissemination of European Strong-Motion Database, Data CD-ROM collection Balan St, Cristescu V, Cornea I eds 1982: Consequences due to the earthquake of March 4, 1977 in Romania (in

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2007: In: Conference on earthquake safety in Hungary 2007. O Kegyes Brassai ed., Széchenyi István University, Győr, 28–36. Tóth L. Conference on

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Arsovski M, Gojcic N, Mitrev T, Hadzijevski D 1968: Seismo-geological investigations in Skopje valley. Earthquake of Skopje July 26, 1963 (Summary). Union of Yugoslav Laboratories, Beograd, Volume 2, 93

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Moldoveanu C L, Panza G F 1999: In: Vrancea Earthquakes: Tectonics, Hazard and Risk Mitigation, F Wenzel, D Lungu, O Novak eds, Kluwer Academy Publishers, 85--97. Vrancea Earthquakes: Tectonics, Hazard and Risk

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regional earthquakes and chemical explosions recorded at the NORESS array, Technical Report, C 87-03, Center for Seismic Studies, Arlington, Virginia Dysart P. S

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39 373 391 Csomor D 1978: Isoseismal map of the Kecskemét earthquake of July 8, 1911. In: Atlas of Isoseismal maps — Central and Eastern Europe. D Procházkova

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Acta Geodaetica et Geophysica Hungarica
Authors: H. Chaudhuri, D. Ghose, R. Bhandari, P. Sen, and B. Sinha

Kamchatka (Russia) Related to the Strongest Earthquakes in 1988–1997. Natural Hazards , 21, 2–3. Gordeev E. I. Hydrogeochemical Precursors in Kamchatka (Russia) Related to the Strongest

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