Comparison analysis of magnitude values for the daghestanian and Kirghiz earthquakes by observations of Soviet and American stations

@article{Gorbunova1973ComparisonAO,
  title={Comparison analysis of magnitude values for the daghestanian and Kirghiz earthquakes by observations of Soviet and American stations},
  author={Irina V. Gorbunova and Nadja V. Kondorskaya},
  journal={pure and applied geophysics},
  year={1973},
  volume={103},
  pages={381-386}
}
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P-wave amplitudes and magnitudes between 10° and 35°
The observed behavior of P-wave relative amplitudes, as a function of epicentral distance, between 10° and 35°, is controlled primarily by the velocity-depth structure of the upper mantle. P-wave

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