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Global Climatic Changes, a Possible Cause of the Recent Increasing Trend of Earthquakes Since the 90’s and Subsequent Lessons Learnt

By Septimius Mara and Serban-Nicolae Vlad

Submitted: June 3rd 2012Reviewed: January 7th 2013Published: March 20th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/55713

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Septimius Mara and Serban-Nicolae Vlad (March 20th 2013). Global Climatic Changes, a Possible Cause of the Recent Increasing Trend of Earthquakes Since the 90’s and Subsequent Lessons Learnt, Earthquake Research and Analysis Sebastiano D'Amico, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/55713. Available from:

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