Artificial seismic acceleration

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Figure 1: Stacked earthquakes prior to the mainshocks discussed by Bouchon et al. compared with stacked earthquakes prior to randomly selected earthquakes.

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Felzer, K., Page, M. & Michael, A. Artificial seismic acceleration. Nature Geosci 8, 82–83 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/ngeo2358

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