Quantitative Seismology

University Science Books, 2002 - 700 sider
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This new edition of the classic text by Aki and Richards has at last been updated throughout to systematically explain key concepts in seismology. Now in one volume, the book provides a unified treatment of seismological methods that will be of use to advanced students, seismologists, and scientists and engineers working in all areas of seismology.

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Until his death in 2005, Keiiti Aki resided on Réunion Island in the Indian Ocean. His distinguished career included faculty appointments for many years at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Southern California.

Paul Richards has taught and conducted research for many years at Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, where his work has turned to methods of monitoring earthquakes and underground nuclear explosions. His current research is focused on improving the accuracy with which earthquakes and explosions are routinely located around the world.

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