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The peak acceleration, peak

19 cm/ sec, and 88 cm, respectively. and estimate this initial value. The

record is corrected by subtracting this baseline. The acceleration record is ...

The peak acceleration, peak

**velocity**, and peak displacement are 916 cm/sec2, 119 cm/ sec, and 88 cm, respectively. and estimate this initial value. The

**velocity**record is corrected by subtracting this baseline. The acceleration record is ...

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is slower than the shear wave

inhomogeneous. The phase

half-space in which X « fi. Since most observations in seismology are made on

the ...

is slower than the shear wave

**velocity**so that both the P and S waves areinhomogeneous. The phase

**velocity**of Ray leigh waves is < = 0.91/3 in an elastichalf-space in which X « fi. Since most observations in seismology are made on

the ...

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Since

will yield a system of three second-order ordinary differential equations for the y(z

) functions. These equations have to be solved together with the free-surface ...

Since

**velocity**depends only on depth, inserting (36) into the equation of motionwill yield a system of three second-order ordinary differential equations for the y(z

) functions. These equations have to be solved together with the free-surface ...

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### Contents

Daniel Hillel | 303 |

Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description | 325 |

Seismology Theoretical 47 Solar Chimneys | 335 |

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