Studying the effects of past earthquakes is an important component of predicting the effects of future earthquakes, and knowledge of historic earthquakes is important for understanding future earthquakes. The revision of the historical seismicity of Algeria started at the beginning of this century and is still going on (e.g., Harbi, Benouar, and Benhallou, 2003; Sebaï and Bernard, 2008). The final objective of this reappraisal is to produce an earthquake catalog for Algeria that is as homogeneous as possible, compiled in a unique format, and covering a period of time going back as far as the existing data allow....
The Algerian Homogenized Macroseismic Database (267–1989): A Deeper Insight into the Algerian Historical Seismicity
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Assia Harbi, Amal Sebaï, Manel Benmedjber, Farida Ousadou, Yasmina Rouchiche, Ahmed Grigahcene, Djamel Aïni, Seid Bourouis, Said Maouche, Abdelhakim Ayadi; The Algerian Homogenized Macroseismic Database (267–1989): A Deeper Insight into the Algerian Historical Seismicity. Seismological Research Letters 2015;; 86 (6): 1705–1716. doi: https://doi.org/10.1785/0220150092
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