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  3. Bondár, I., E.R. Engdahl, A. Villasenor, J.Harris and D. Storchak, ISC-GEM: Global instrumental earthquake catalogue (1900-2009), II. Location and seismicity patterns, Phys. Earth. Planet. Int., doi: 10.1016/j.pepi.2014.06.002, 239, 2-13, 2015.

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  5. Dziewonski, A.M. and F. Gilbert, 1976, The effect of small, aspherical perturbations on travel times and a re-examination of the correction for ellipticity, Geophys., J. R. Astr. Soc., 44, 7-17.

  6. Engdahl, E.R., R. van der Hilst, and R. Buland, 1998. Global teleseismic earthquake relocation with improved travel times and procedures for depth determination, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 88, 722-743.

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