Himalayan megathrust geometry and relation to topography revealed by the Gorkha earthquake
Nature Geoscience, January 2016
J. R. Elliott, R. Jolivet, P. J. González, J.-P. Avouac, J. Hollingsworth, M. P. Searle, V. L. Stevens
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|Student > Bachelor||28||7%|
|Student > Doctoral Student||21||6%|
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||229||61%|
|Physics and Astronomy||6||2%|
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