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Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America is a journal indexed in SJR in Geophysics and Geochemistry and Petrology with an H index of 143. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,346 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English.

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2001 Bhuj, India, Earthquake Engineering Seismoscope Recordings and Eastern North America Ground-Motion Attenuation Relations

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3D Seismic Response of the Deep Basement Structure of the Granada Basin (Southern Spain)

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3D Site Effects: A Thorough Analysis of a High-Quality Dataset

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A Case Study in Archaeoseismology. The Collapses of the Selinunte Temples (Southwestern Sicily): Two Earthquakes Identified

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A Comparison of NGA Ground-Motion Prediction Equations to Italian Data

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A New Procedure for Evaluating Ground-Motion Models, with Application to Hydraulic-Fracture-Induced Seismicity in the United Kingdom

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A Pn Spreading Model Constrained with Observed Amplitudes in Asia

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Adaptive Daily Forecasting of Seismic Aftershock Hazard

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Aftershock Statistics of Major Subduction Earthquakes

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Amplification of Seismic Waves by the Seattle Basin, Washington State

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Amplification of Seismic Waves in the Central Indo-Gangetic Basin, India

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An Automatic Kurtosis-Based P- and S-Phase Picker Designed for Local Seismic Networks

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An Equivalent Point-Source Model for Stochastic Simulation of Earthquake Ground Motions in California

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Analysis of Seismic-Driven Instability of Mt. Nuovo in the Ischia Island, Italy

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Application of Nonstationary Ray Decomposition to Identifying Deep Seismic Bedrock of the Kanto Sedimentary Basin, Japan

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Attenuation of Intensity with Epicentral Distance in the Iberian Peninsula

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Basin Shear-Wave Velocities beneath Seattle, Washington, from Noise-Correlation Rayleigh Waves

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Building Time-Dependent Earthquake Recurrence Models for Probabilistic Risk Computations

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Coda Wave Attenuation for Three Regions of Georgia (Sakartvelo) Using Local Earthquakes

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CodaQin the Northern Cascadia Subduction Zone

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Complex Structure beneath the Southeastern Tibetan Plateau from Teleseismic P-Wave Tomography

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Constraints on the Near-Distance Saturation of Ground-Motion Amplitudes for Small-to-Moderate Induced Earthquakes

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