footnotes
[1] YOUNG's Lectures on Natural Philosophy, vol. I, p. 717, 1807; HOPKINS, W.: On the Theories of Elevation and Earthquakes. Report of the Seventeenth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. Held at Oxford in June 1847, London. John Murray 1848, p. 74.

[2] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 75.

[3] HOPKINS, op.cit. pp. 76-77.

[4] HOPKINS, op.cit. pp. 77.

[5] HOPKINS, op. cit., pp. 81-82.

[6] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 90

[7] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 83

[8] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 84

[9] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 85

[10] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 10

[11] SEEBACH, K.v.: Das mitteldeutsche Erdbeben vom 6. März 1872. Ein Beitrag zu der Lehre von den Erdbeben, Leipzig 1873.

[12] HOPKINS, op.cit. p. 91.

[13] BOYLE, R.: Observations upon the Effects of languid and unregarded Motions. In: The Philosophical Works of the Honourable Robert BOYLE, Esq. Ed. by P. Shaw, M.D. Sec. Ed. London 1738, vol. I, p. 475

[14] SEEBACH, K.v.: Das mitteldeutsche Erdbeben vom 6. März 1872, p. 128.

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