A new Hainaut coal area earthquake intensity attenuation model using 19th - 20th century shallow seismicity data - Camelbeeck, Thierry et al - Talk presented at 7th Geologica Belgica International Conference, Tervuren, Belgium on 2021-09-17 - CTALK-2021-0077
 
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