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Intermediate-term prediction of occurrence times of strong earthquakes

Keilis-Borok, V. I. and Knopoff, L. and Rotwain, I. M. and Allen, C. R. (1988) Intermediate-term prediction of occurrence times of strong earthquakes. Nature, 335 (6192). pp. 690-694. ISSN 0028-0836. doi:10.1038/335690a0.

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Pattern recognition procedures for infrequent events are adapted to the problem of identifying patterns of clustering of small- and intermediate-scale seismicity before large earthquakes. Identification procedures derived from analysis of large California and Nevada earthquakes yield a high success rate when applied to other parts of the world.

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Additional Information:© 1988 Nature Publishing Group. Received 12 April; accepted 16 August 1988.
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