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Shaking Without Quaking

Kanamori, Hiroo (1998) Shaking Without Quaking. Science, 279 (5359). pp. 2063-2064. ISSN 0036-8075. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20141125-102012396

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Abstract

The idea that Earth can ring like a bell was proposed more than 80 years ago; since then, geoscientists have debated what mechanisms can set Earth ringing. In his Research Commentary, Kanamori discusses recent research, including a research report in the same issue by Suda et al ., showing that these free oscillations can be driven by both earthquakes and nonearthquake forces such as atmospheric disturbances.


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Official Citation:Shaking Without Quaking Hiroo Kanamori Science 27 March 1998: 279 (5359), 2063-2064. [DOI:10.1126/science.279.5359.2063]
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