Marco Cisternas1
Javed K Malik1
1Marco Cisternas
1Javed K Malik
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  • Marco Cisternas, Brian F Atwater, Fernando Torrejón, Yuki Sawai, Gonzalo Machuca, Marcelo Lagos +9 others
  • 2005
It is commonly thought that the longer the time since last earthquake, the larger the next earthquake's slip will be. But this logical predictor of earthquake size, unsuccessful for large earthquakes on a strike-slip fault, fails also with the giant 1960 Chile earthquake of magnitude 9.5 (ref. 3). Although the time since the preceding earthquake spanned 123(More)
Good magnetic observatories are needed more than ever for global modeling and navigation. Magnetic satellite missions, once said to be the death of ground based observations, are now demanding quality data from fixed observations points on the Earth. 1 INTRODUCTION A good magnetic observatory is a place where precise, continuous long-term measurements of(More)
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