by J. J. Litehiser
Publisher: University of California Press 1990
Number of pages: 379
The papers presented in this book are a distillation of the current state of the art in observatory seismology. Ranging through subjects of past, present, and future seismological interest, they provide a benchmark reference for years to come.
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