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(1) AND (1) AND: Refines search parameters
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  1. Ambraseys, N. and Menu, J. M. (1988) Earthquake-induced ground displacements, Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, 16, p985-1006.
  2. Araya, R. & Saragoni, R. (1984) Earthquake induced ground displacements. Earthq. Engng Soil Dyn. v. 16, p985-1006.
  3. Crespellani, T., Madiai, C., & Vannucchi, G. (1998) Earthquake Destructiveness Potential Factor and Slope stability, Geotechnique, 48, No. 3, p411-419.
  4. Jibson, Randall, W. & Keefer David, K. (1993) Analysis of the seismic origin of landslides: Examples from New Madrid seismic zone, Geological Society of America Bulletin, 105, p521-536.
  5. Jibson, R. W., Harp, E. L., and Michael, J. A. (2000) A Method for Producing Digital Probabilistic Seismic Landslide Hazard Maps, Engineering Geology, 58, p271-289.
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  1. 陳春華(2008)。非連續體變形分析法模擬集集地震引致草嶺邊坡崩塌模擬之研究。成功大學土木工程學系學位論文。2008。1-127。
  2. 黃得勝(2009)。地震與降雨引起順向坡崩塌之研析。中興大學水土保持學系所學位論文。2009。1-95。
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