By: Bruce A Bolt
320 pages, 130 illus
Explains the science behind these deadly and destructive events, from geological faults to intensity patterns, side effects and protection of people and property. This edition has been updated to include an in-depth study of the September 11th World Trade Centre collapse and the Kursk submarine explosion in 2001 as new examples of forensic seismology, as well as discussion of greatest recent earthquakes such as Chi-Chi, Taiwan (1999) and Denali, Alaska (2002).
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