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Introduction to the special section for the 2005 M7.2 Miyagi-oki earthquake
Earth, Planets and Space volume 58, pagesi–ii(2006)
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Hasegawa, A. Introduction to the special section for the 2005 M7.2 Miyagi-oki earthquake. Earth Planet Sp 58, i–ii (2006). https://doi.org/10.1186/BF03352655
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- Earth Planet Space
- Coseismic Slip
- Strong Motion Record
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