2 edition of Bibliography of Seismology found in the catalog.
Bibliography of Seismology
Canada. Dept. of the Interior.
Written in English
|Series||Canada Dominion Observatory Publications -- Vol.14,no.09|
Theoretical Global Seismology is a masterpiece and I strongly recommend it to every seismologist. Other geophysicists would do well to become acquainted with its contents, because its methodology extends far beyond seismology. After reviewing the book, I am pleased to report that dog-ears have appeared on my copy."—-Freeman Gilbert, EOSBrand: Princeton University Press. • • i-. •• «1 VISIAC A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF SEISMOLOGY FOR PROJECT VELA Final Edifion HM by VISIAC Stoff jun« Gcophytici laboratory * *% INttllUtl O» SCItNCt *ND ttCMNOtOGY T M I UNIVIISITT Of MICHIGAN Ann Arbor, Michigan.
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Seismology Bibliography and Book Review. Updated: 09/20/ Seismology Bibliography. Perhaps this bibliography will be of some help to those getting started in seismology. Doyle, HA, ashleyllanes.com "Seismology", Howell, B "Intro.
to Geophysics", McGraw Volume 13, No. 19 of the Bibliography of Seismology, published by Dr. Ernest A. Hodgson from the Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, Canada, covers items 6,–6, and carries the bibliography to.
Bibliography Index PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION Why another book on seismology. Several excellent texts already exist that cover most parts of the ﬁeld. None, however, is ideal for the purposes of an introductory class. Most simply present far. Title: Bibliography of seismology Authors: Hodgson, Ernest Atkinson: Publication: Ottawa, Publication Date: 00/ Origin: LOC: Keywords: EARTHQUAKES.
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