Seismogenic faulting of the sedimentary sequence and laterally variable material properties in the Zagros Mountains (Iran) revealed by the August 2014 Murmuri (E. Dehloran) earthquake sequence
Geophysical Journal International, October 2015
Alex Copley, Ezgi Karasozen, Behnam Oveisi, John R. Elliott, Sergey Samsonov, Edwin Nissen
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||38||76%|
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