Variable Star Symbols for Seismicity Plots

@article{Agnew2014VariableSS,
  title={Variable Star Symbols for Seismicity Plots},
  author={Duncan Carr Agnew},
  journal={Seismological Research Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={85},
  pages={775-780}
}
  • D. Agnew
  • Published 2014
  • Mathematics
  • Seismological Research Letters
Online Material: Maps of seismicity and cities; test sheet; list of earthquakes; Fortran 77 code. At least since Mallet (1858) seismicity maps have been a way of showing earthquake activity, but, because earthquake size varies greatly, it is difficult to provide an accurate representation of the spatial variation of total seismic energy or moment release. The most common approach, using for each earthquake a single geometric figure of varying size, creates substantial overlap between large… Expand
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