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Call for Papers in Special issue on Strong Motion in Earthquake Science

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This special issue will cover strong motion observation, near-field ground motion, site effects, ground motion spatial coherency, ground motion prediction equation, seismic hazard analysis, strong motion simulation, seismic input etc. and all the related topics are welcome.

Guest Editors for This Special Issue:
Prof. Ruizhi Wen, Institute of Engineering Mechanics,China Earthquake Administration

Prof.Tadahiro Kishida, Khalifa University

Important Dates:
  Submission Deadline: June 30, 2019
  
Peer review:July 1st 2019 —September 15 2019
  Published Issue: December, 2019

Submit manuscripts via ScholarOne
https://cn03.manuscriptcentral.com/eqs
Note that the recommended length for this special issue submissions is 10,000 to 12,000 words. Detailed instructions on how to prepare a manuscript can be found:
http://www.equsci.org.cn/news/Guidance.htm

Guest editor:
Ruizhi Wen,
+86-15804610440, ruizhi@iem.ac.cn
Tadahiro Kishida, +9712 5018448, tadahiro.kishida@ku.ac.ae

Editorial Office of Earthquake Science
Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration
Phone: +86-010-68729344
Email:
equsci@126.com

Earthquake Science (ISSN1674-4519) is sponsored by the Seismological Society of China. The Institute of Geophysics, China Earthquake Administration was added as a second sponsor in 2012. The current Editor-in-Chief (EiC) is Prof. Yun-tai Chen, Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The main topics published are as follows:(1) Results of scientific and technical research in seismology as well as papers in geophysics, tectonics and engineering related to earthquake studies; (2) Papers presenting differences of scientific points of views in the field of seismology; (3) The current status and significant advances in earthquake-related science; (4) Comments and discussions concerning seismology and earthquake studies.

The journal is drawing more and more attention from seismologists and geophysicists worldwide, as shown by increasing submissions from countries other than China, such as US, Japan, Australia, Iran, India, Indonesia, Spain, Turkey, Canada, France, Russia, Italy, Greece, Colombia, Germany and others.

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