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Physics  2000 

A model for complex aftershock sequences

DOI: 10.1029/2000JB900396

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Abstract:

The decay rate of aftershocks is commonly very well described by the modified Omori law, $n(t) \propto t^{-p}$, where n(t) is the number of aftershocks per unit time, t is the time after the main shock, and p is a constant in the range 0.9

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