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Translated World Selsmology
1003-3238
2005 Issue 2
Energy radiation from the Sumatra earthquake
s. ni h. kanamori d. helmberger
..............page:5-6
Speed and size of the Sumatra earthquake
s. stein e. a. okal
..............page:3-4
Geomagnetic hazards to conducting networks
d. h. boteler
..............page:64-73
Earthquake nucleation by transient deformations caused by the M=7.9 Denali,Alaska,earthquake
j. gomberg p. bodin k. larson h. dragert
..............page:24-27
Progress on earthquake rapid reporting and early warning systems in Taiwan
y. m. wu t. l. teng n. c. hsiao t. c. shin w. h. k. lee y. b. tsai
..............page:7-23
Origin of the lithospheric stress field
c. lithgow-bertelloni j. h. guynn
..............page:74-83
Jason 1 detects the 26 December 2004 tsunami
j. gower
..............page:1-2
Surface sediment effects on teleseismic P wave amplitude
y. zhou g. nolet f. a. dahlen
..............page:44-51
di zhen bo su bian hua he di ke nei ying li de ce ding
gu ben zong chong ; ping song liang hao ; zuo teng long si ; long hai yun
..............page:28-35
Load-unload response ratio (LURR), accelerating moment/energy release( AM/ER) and state vector saltation as precursors to failure of roek specimens
xiang-chu yin huai-zhong yu v. kukshenko zhao-yong xu zhishen wu min li keyin peng s. elizarov qi li
..............page:36-43
Evidence of power-law flow in the Majove desert mantle
a. m. freed r. b rgmann
..............page:59-63
Faults greased at high speed
c. marone
..............page:84-85
Explosive craters and soil liquefaction
p. a. rydelek m. tuttle
..............page:86-88