Earthquake Geodynamics: Seismic Case Studies (2004). Series: Advances in Earthquake Engineering, Volume 12. Editor: E. L. Lekkas, University of Athens, Greece. This book discusses various aspects of earthquake geodynamics in seismically active regions. The chapters include lessons learned from earthquakes that have struck urban areas during the past two decades and cover a wide variety of topics, including the analysis of seismic sequences, the study of surficial deformation, and geophysical techniques for microzonation purposes. Partial contents: The 1999 Earthquake in Izmit - The Study of Actualistic Strike-Slip Tectonic Forms; Contribution of GIS to Analysis of the 7 September 1999 Athens...

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