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Earthquake Research Advances

The aim of Earthquake Research Advances is to improve our understanding of earthquake physics, expand our ability to observe earthquake-related phenomenon and improve our mitigation of seismic hazards. To achieve that goal, the journal publishes original research articles focused on all aspects of earthquake studies. Topics covered include, but are not limited to:

  • Tectonic environments and structures of the Earth, especially, seismogenic fault zones
  • Long- and short-term behaviour of fault zones
  • Laboratory, field, and numerical experiments on the physical process of earthquakes
  • Primary and secondary hazards associated with earthquakes
  • Forecasting and mitigation of seismic hazards

The following subjects may be involved: geology, seismology, geodesy, rock physics and computer science. The long-term goal of this journal is to become an internationally-recognised English-language journal in earthquake science.

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Editor-in-Chief: Yong Chen
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Imprint: KeAi
ISSN: 2772-4670
CN: 10-1743/P
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