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Earthquake references

GENERAL SEISMOLOGY, WORLD EARTHQUAKES AND SEISMICITY

Bolt, B.A., (1993), "Earthquakes: ?Newly Revised and Expanded? ", WH Freeman & Company, New York. ISBN 0-7167-2236-4.

Gutenberg, B. and Richter, C.F., (1954), "Seismicity of the Earth and Related Phenomena", 2nd, Revised Edition - Reprinted Hafner 1965.

Richter, C.F., (1958), "Elementary Seismology", WH Freeman & Company, New York.

Van Rose, S. and Musson, R.M.W, (1997), "Earthquakes ? Our Trembling Planet",The British Geological Survey, Keyworth, Nottingham, UK.

UK SEISMOLOGY, EARTHQUAKES AND SEISMICITY

Musson, R.M.W., (1994), "A Catalogue of British Earthquakes", Technical Report No. WL/94/04. Available from EFSG (address below)

The annual "Bulletin of British Earthquakes" provides detailed information on UK earthquakes recorded by EFSG. This is supplemented by more detailed reports on individual, larger earthquakes. Available from EFSG (address below)

Marrow, P.C., (1992), "Seismic Monitoring of the North Sea", Health and Safety Executive/HMSO, London. ISBN 0-11-885999-4

Musson, R.M.W., (1996), "The Seismicity of the British Isles", Annali Di Geofisica, Vol. XXXIX, pp. 463-469.

SEISMIC HAZARD

Reiter, L., (1990),"Earthquake Hazard Analysis: Issues and Insights", Columbia University Press, New York. ISBN 0-231-06534-5

Tiedemann, H. (1992). " Earthquakes and Volcanic Eruptions: A Handbook on Risk Assessment", Swiss Reinsurance Company, Mythenquai 50/60, P.O. Box, CH-8022 Zurich, Switzerland.

Musson, R.M.W., Et al (1997), "UK Continental Shelf Seismic Hazard", Health and Safety Executive/HMSO, Norwich. ISBN 0-7176-1319-4

EARTHQUAKE EFFECTS; BUILDING CODES AND INTENSITY

Katayama, T., (Ed.), (1992), "Earthquake Resistant Regulations: A World List - 1992", Compiled by; International Association for Earthquake Engineering, Tokyo. Distributed by; Gakujutsu Bunken Fukyu-Kai (Association for Science Documents Information), Oh-Okayama, 2-12-1, Meguro-ku, Tokyo, 152, Japan.

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