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Estimation of Shear Wave Velocity Profiles Employing Genetic Algorithms and the Diffuse Field Approach on Microtremors Array: Implications on Liquefaction Hazard at Port of Spain, Trinidad

By Walter Salazar, Garth Mannette, Kafele Reddock and Clevon Ash

Submitted: September 24th 2018Reviewed: February 12th 2019Published: July 15th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.85129

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Walter Salazar, Garth Mannette, Kafele Reddock and Clevon Ash (July 15th 2019). Estimation of Shear Wave Velocity Profiles Employing Genetic Algorithms and the Diffuse Field Approach on Microtremors Array: Implications on Liquefaction Hazard at Port of Spain, Trinidad, Natural Hazards - Risk, Exposure, Response, and Resilience, John P. Tiefenbacher, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.85129. Available from:

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