Practice of Earthquake Hazard Assessment
DIANE Publishing - 284 pages
Summarizes probabilistic seismic hazard assessment as it is practiced in various countries throughout the world. 59 reports are included covering 88 countries, which comprise about 80% of the inhabited land mass of the Earth. Over 100 maps.
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