Journal of Seismology
The Journal of Seismology is an international journal specializing in all observational and theoretical aspects related to earthquake occurrence. The editors approach Seismology as a broad interdisciplinary effort, with well balanced observational, modeling and applied aspects.
Topics include seismotectonics, seismicity, historical seismicity, seismic source physics, strong ground motion studies, seismic hazard or risk, engineering seismology, physics of fault systems, triggered and induced seismicity, mining seismology, volcano seismology, earthquake prediction, structural investigations ranging from local to regional and global studies with a particular focus on passive experiments.
The journal publishes short communications as well as extended review papers.
- 19 Volumes
- 76 Issues
- 885 Articles
- 18 Open Access
- 1997 - 2015 Available between
Seismic damage in the Lagina sacred area on the Mugla Fault: a key point for the understanding of the obliquely situated faults of western Anatolia
Volkan Karabacak (October 2015)
Historical seismicity in the Middle East: new insights from Ottoman primary sources (sixteenth to mid-eighteenth centuries)
Güçlü Tülüveli (October 2015)
New models for frequency content prediction of earthquake records based on Iranian ground-motion data
Saman Yaghmaei-Sabegh (October 2015)
- Journal Title
- Journal of Seismology
- Volume 1 / 1997 - Volume 19 / 2015
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- Springer Netherlands
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