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Site Response Evaluation in the Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt based on HVSR from Ambient Noise and Regional Seismicity
The Trans-Mexican Volcanic Belt (TMVB), located in central Mexico, is an area for which low to moderate seismic risk is considered. This is based on the limited instrumental data available, even though large historical earthquakes have damaged some urban centers in the past. However, site effects is an aspect that must be considered in estimating risk, because there are some instances of important amplifications that have been documented with serious effects. In this work, ambient noise anddoi:10.3390/app11136126 fatcat:rhhmfk77sncjppug4s2kp4an2i