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By G. Dhanunjaya Naidu

This ebook stories new insights into the seismotectonics of this crucial India tectonic area, in response to magnetotelluric experiences. Integrates deep electromagnetic analyses with gravity, seismic and warmth move stories and specified, delineated deep crustal positive factors.

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