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Aftershocks: The Impact of Clinic Violence on Abortion Services*

Aftershocks: The Impact of Clinic Violence on Abortion Services * Mireille Jacobson University of California, Irvine and NBER mireille@uci.edu and Heather Royer University of California, Santa Barbara royer@econ.ucsb. edu January 2009 Abstract Between 1973 and 2003, abortion providers in the ...

Description of earthquake aftershock sequences using ...

aftershocks to only those occurring at least 0.133 days after its associated mainshock. Thus defined, there are 49 observed mainshocks in all, each with an average of 5.47 aftershocks

The 1997Kagoshima (Japan) earthquake doublet: A quantitative ...

This is equal to the intensity functionl (t) assuming that aftershocks are distributed according to anon-stationary Poissonprocess. krepresentsthe productivity of the mainshockand depends on the lower magnitude threshold of the earthquake catalog. pisa measure for the exponential decrease of the ...

Long aftershock sequences within continents and implications ...

Do clusters of such mid-plate events constitute zones of continuing hazard, or are they aftershocks of long-past earthquakes? Early on the morning of 16 December 1811, an earthquake of about magnitude 7 shook the centre of the United States around a small town on the Mississippi called New Madrid.

Scaling of Response Spectrum and Duration for Aftershocks

Scaling of Response Spectrum and Duration for Aftershocks S. Das a, V.K. Gupta *,a a Department of Civil Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, Kanpur 208016, India Abstract Aftershocks have the potential to cause collapse of a structure that has been already damaged by the ...

Earthquakes, Aftershocks and Seismic Waves

Earthquakes, Aftershocks and Seismic Waves •An earthquake results from slow build up of strain (deformation) in rock, usually caused by the relative motion of adjacent plates.

Merger Aftershocks Surviving the people challenges of - a ...

Merger Aftershocks Surviving the people challenges of a post-merger integration Deloitte Consulting LLP

SEISMIC HAZARD RESULTING FROM AFTERSHOCK ACTIVITY FOLLOWING A ...

Email: tuna.onur@rms.com ABSTRACT: Great (M>8.0) subduction interface earthquakes, or megathrust earthquakes, are typically followed by hundreds or even thousands of aftershocks, several of which may have magnitudes exceeding M7.0.

USGS Open-File Report 2004-1390

Aftershocks frequently occur at a distance away from themainshock fault but asystematic study of the average distribution overmany sequences has not yet been done.

Feb. 27, 2010 M8.8 Chile Earthquake: Seismic/Eruption Views ...

There are 1517 events in the chileaf.hy4 catalog, 13 of which occurred between January 1 and February 26, 2010 - before the February 27, 2010 M8.8 Chile earthquake and associated aftershocks.