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Symposium on Natural and Induced Seismicity

(São Paulo, Brazil, 24–25 September 1979)—Summary of papers
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Liquefaction Seismic Wave Seismic Activity Active Fault Seismic Response 

Symposium sur Sismicite Naturelle et Provoquee

(São Paulo, Brésil, 24–25 September 1979)—Somarrie des articles

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