On the Cover…
On 14 August 2015, a burglar broke into the Bensberg Seismological Station at Cologne University in Cologne, Germany. The burglar left a fingerprint on an iron bar securing a patio door as well as a detailed seismic record of the attempted robbery, as shown in the cover photo. Read more about how the seismogram added details to the investigation in “Analysis of a Burglargram,” the EarthQuake Lites column by Hinzen et al.
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Vol. 87, No. 1
Seismological Research Letters provides a less-formal journal for communication among seismologists, engineers, and earthquake hazards-policy professionals. SRL includes articles of broad seismological interest, focus sections about earthquakes and contemporary topics, opinions, SSA news and more.
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