Good problem sets for seismology students—now that is something we can all appreciate and use! As I browse the Web looking for educational materials, I am impressed with the number of sites that offer earthquake information, basic descriptions of earthquakes and plate tectonics, and even complete lectures. Most of this material is suitable for the K-12 level or college survey courses. At the other extreme, many researchers now post Web pages that contain research programs, projects, results, resources, and published papers—there is no shortage of information for the professional seismologist. But at the level between introductory and advanced, there is...
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Larry J. Ruff; Seismology Laboratory Manual. Seismological Research Letters ; 71 (4): 449. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/gssrl.71.4.449
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