volume 11, issue 2, P278-297 1974
DOI: 10.1139/t74-024
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Abstract: A comparison of theoretical Fourier amplitude spectra of strong ground motion (FS) with the corresponding spectra of real earthquake accelerograms is useful in elucidating the physical processes that contribute significantly to the ground motion signal. At low freqencies the contribution from surface waves tends to predominate. At intermediate frequencies the joint contributions from the direct shear wave and from complex crustal reverberations are important. At high frequencies the attenuation factor and/or …

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