tremblement de terre

[1950] Young John Adams on Franklin's Iron Points ; Zoltán Haraszti ; ISIS 41 (1950) p. 11 [lien]
[1950] Benjamin Franklin and Jonathan Edwards on Lightning and Earthquakes ; Alfred Owen Aldridge ; ISIS 41 (1950) p. 162 [lien]
[1970] Robert Hooke, Rudolf Erich Raspe, and the Concept of "Earthquakes" ; Albert V. Carozzi ; ISIS 61 (1970) p. 85 [lien]
[1972] Robert Hooke's Methodology of Science as exemplified in his ‘Discourse of Earthquakes’ ; D. R. Oldroyd ; The British Journal for the History of Science 6 (1972) p. 109 [lien]
[1986] Hooke on Earthquakes: Lectures, Strategy and Audience ; Rhoda Rappaport ; The British Journal for the History of Science 19 (1986) p. 129 [lien]
[1987] John Flamsteed's letter concerning the natural causes of earthquakes ; Frances Willmoth ; Annals of Science 44 (1987) p. 23 [lien]
[1989] Benjamin Franklin and earthquakes ; Dennis R. Dean ; Annals of Science 46 (1989) p. 481 [lien]
[1994] Dynamics of earthquake faults ; J. M. Carlson ; J. S. Langer ; B. E. Shaw ; Reviews of Modern Physics 66 (1994) p. 657 [lien]
[1998] Sections and views: visual representation in eighteenth-century earthquake studies ; Susanne B. Keller ; The British Journal for the History of Science 31 (1998) p. 129 [lien]
[1999] Earthquakes: from chemical alteration to mechanical rupture ; Didier Sornette ; Physics Reports 313 (1999) p. 237 [lien]
[2012] Statistical physics of fracture, friction, and earthquakes ; Hikaru Kawamura ; Takahiro Hatano ; Naoyuki Kato ; Soumyajyoti Biswas ; Bikas K. Chakrabarti ; Reviews of Modern Physics 84 (2012) p. 839 [lien]
[2012] Trente secondes avant le mégaséisme ; Richard Allen ; Pour la Science 411 (jan 2012) p. 62 [lien]