Oral program 25

25

Earthquake seismology applied: What’s needed for managing the many facets of risk
Conveners: Jochen Woessner , Warner Marzocchi 
Session details
Oral program
 / Wed, 07 Sep, 14:30–17:30  / Room Oceania C
Poster program
 / Attendance Wed, 07 Sep, 10:30–11:30  / Poster area
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Wednesday, 07 Sep 2016
Room Oceania C
Chairperson: Jochen Woessner
14:30–15:00 ESC2016-204
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