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Abstract In a previous paper (Makropoulos and Burton, 1985) the seismic hazard in Greece was examined in terms of magnitude recurrence using Gumbel's third asymptotic distribution of extreme valuesExpand
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Seismic risk in southern Europe through to India examined using Gumbel's third distribution of extreme values
Summary. A technique is described for the analysis of seismicity using Gumbel's third asymptotic distribution of extreme values. Seismicity of southern Europe through to India, nominally for theExpand
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A catalogue of seismicity in Greece and adjacent areas
Summary. A new earthquake catalogue for Greece has been formed to cover the instrumental period 1901–78, in particular 605 earthquakes for the period 1917–63 inclusive are relocated using firstExpand
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Mental Health Disorders in Children and Young People: Scope, Cause and Prevention
Objective: To review the scope and characteristics of mental health disorders in children and young people in Australia; detail some emerging concepts of the causal pathways of mental healthExpand
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Delineation of shallow seismic source zones using K-means cluster analysis, with application to the Aegean region
The selection of specific uniform seismic source zones for use in probabilistic seismic hazard analysis is often controversial. Recognizing that a consistent approach to source model development isExpand
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Information theory and the earthquake frequency-magnitude distribution
Abstract A new frequency-magnitude relation consistent with an average magnitude 〈 m 〉 and an average seismic moment 〈 M o 〉 in the magnitude range ( m c , ω) is derived using the principles ofExpand
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Seismic hazard in Greece. I. Magnitude recurrence
Two different methods are applied to the earthquake catalogue for Greece (Makropoulos and Burton, 1981), MB catalogue, to evaluate Greek seismic hazard in terms of magnitude: earthquake strain energyExpand
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The “London” earthquake of 1580, April 6
Abstract A large number of accounts of the effects of the 1580, April 6, “London” earthquake have been collected and examined. At least four aftershocks have been identified, the largest of whichExpand
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Abdominal Compartment Syndrome (ACS) is an increasingly recognized syndrome of intra‐abdominal hypertension and generalized physiological dysfunction in critically ill patients. Patients suffering aExpand
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Seismic hazard evaluation for specific seismic regions of the world
Tsapanos, T.M. and Burton, P.W., 1991. Seismic hazard evaluation for specific seismic regions of the world. Tectonophysics, 194: 153-169. Seismic hazard is estimated for fifty of the most seismicallyExpand
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