Seismicity of Russia and the Former Soviet Union

Introduction | Source Catalogs | Regional Catalogs | Seismic Stations | Documentation | Bibliography

Bibliography: Seismicity of the Former Soviet Union

Atlas of Earthquakes in USSR, Acad. Sci. USSR, Moscow. 1962

Avetisov, G.P., Seismoactive Zones of the Arctic. Inst. Oceangeology, St. Petersburg, 1996, 185 pp.

Bius, Eu. I., Seismic Conditions of the Trans-Caucasus, Tbillisi Acad. Sci. USSR. Parts 1,2,3 (1948,1950, 1955).

Bulletin of the Central Seismological Committee of Russian Acad. of Science, (1902-1908; 1911-1913).

Bulletin of the First-Class Seismic Stations:  Pulkovo (1912-1915, 1923-1927).  Sverdlovsk (Ekaterinburg), (1913-1916, 1923-1927);  Irkutsk (1902, 1913-1914, 1923-1927); Baku (1912, 1924, 1927); Tashkent (1913-1915, 1923, 1924, 1927) Makeyevka (1925-1927); Leningrad (1925-1927).

Earthquakes in the USSR (called “Earthquakes in Northern Eurasia” published Annually from 1993). Nauka, Moscow, (1962-1994).

Golinski. G. L. Chronological Catalog of Earthquakes Felt in Turkmenia from 2,000 BC to 1973 A.D., Inst. Phys. And Earth Atmosphere Acad. Sci TSSR, Ashhabad 1974.

Musketov I.V and A.P. Orlov.  The Catalog of Earthquakes in the Russian Empire.  Russ. Geogr. Soc., St. Petersburg (1893)

Pustovitenko, B.G. and B.E. Kulchitski, Estimation of energy of Crimean earthquakes, in Magnitude and Energy of Earthquakes, v.2, Moscow, Nauka p. 113-124 (1974).

Rautian, T.G., On the estimation of earthquake energy at distances up to 3,000 km. Trudy Inst. Phys. Earth, No. 32 Moscow Nauka P.88-93 (1964).

Rautian, T.G., The energy of earthquakes, in Methods of Detailed Study of Seismicity, Trudy Inst. Phys. Earth, no. 176, Moscow Nauka, p.75-114 (1960).

Seismotectonics and Seismicity in South-Eastern Sayans. Nauka, Novosibirsk. 1975.

Shebalin, N.V. and N.V. Kondorskaya.  The New Catalog of Strong Earthquakes in the USSR from Ancient Times Through 1974.

Shebalin, N.V., Methods of Application of seismic engineering data for regional seismicity.  Regional Seismicity in the USSR, (1968) Moscow Nauka.

Soloviev, S.L. and O.N. Solovieva.  The relation between magnitude and energy class for Kuril earthquakes.  Phys. Earth, No.2 (1967) p.13-22.

The Seismic Regionalization of the Territory of the USSR.

Vvedenskaya N.A., Catalog of Strong Earthquakes in the Tien Shan, Inst. Phys. Earth Acad. Sci. USSR. Moscow 1962.

*Compiled by Tatyana Rautian and William Leith (last updated July, 2002)
Most of these publications are in Russian