Abstract

The data from the Structural Response Recorder installations during the July 29, 1970 earthquake in the Burma-India border region have been interpreted in terms of structural response results. These results suggest the possibility of dependence of the nature of the response spectrum curves on the azimuth of recording.

The strike of the fault plane, determined on the basis of the directions of the maximum recorded amplitudes, coincides with the local structural trend and is in conformity with the fault-plane solutions for some previous earthquakes in the region.

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