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Shakib, H and Tohidi, RZ (2002).
Journal of Earthquake Engineering, 06(04):431-445.

Trifunac, MT (2001).
Evolution of accelerographs, data processing, strong motion arrays and amplitude and spatial resolution in recording strong earthquake motion
Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 21(6):537-555.

Hadziioannou, C, Gaebler, P, Schreiber, U, Wassermann, J, and Igel, H (2012).
Examining ambient noise using colocated measurements of rotational and translational motion
Journal of Seismology, 16(4):787-796.

Hurst, RB, Stedman, GE, Schreiber, KU, Thirkettle, RJ, Graham, RD, Rabeendran, N, and Wells, JR (2009).
Experiments with an 834 m2 ring laser interferometer
Journal of Applied Physics, 105(11).

Evans et al (2009).
Extended Discussion of Tutorial: Suggested Notation Conventions for Rotational Seismology
Miscellaneous publication.

Hudnut, K (2005).
Fault slip sensors: GPS and gyros in earthquake warning for engineering purposes
In: Earthquake Early Warning Workshop, July, pp. 13–15.

Lefevre, HC and Arditty, HJ (1992).
Fiber-optic gyroscope
In: In AGARD, Advances in Fibre-Optic Technology in Communications and for Guidance and Control 6 p (SEE N92-28084 18-32), vol. 1.

Jaroszewicz, LR, Krajewski, Z, Kowalski, J, and Zinówko, P (2011).
Fiber-optic rotational seismic system for investigation of the rotational events
In: 21st International Conference on Optical Fibre Sensors (OFS21), pp. 77535O–77535O, International Society for Optics and Photonics.

Suryanto, W, Igel, H, Wassermann, J, Cochard, A, Schuberth, B, Vollmer, D, Scherbaum, F, Schreiber, U, and Velikoseltsev, A (2006).
First comparison of array-derived rotation ground motions with direct ring laser measurements
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.

Suryanto, W, Igel, H, Wassermann, J, Cochard, A, Schuberth, B, Vollmer, D, Scherbaum, F, Schreiber, U, and Velikoseltsev, A (2006).
First Comparison of Array-Derived Rotational Ground Motions with Direct Ring Laser Measurements
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 96(6):2059-2071.

Li, H, Sun, L, and Wang, S (2002).
Frequency dispersion characteristics of phase velocities in surface wave for rotational components of seismic motion
Journal of Sound and Vibration, 258(5):815 - 827.

Teisseyre, R and Gorski, M (2009).
Fundamental Deformations in Asymmetric Continuum
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 99(2B):1132-1136.

Çelebi, A and Sanli, M (2002).
GPS in pioneering dynamic monitoring of long-period structures
Earthquake Spektra, 18(1):47-61.

Boore, D (2004).
Ground motion in Anchorage, Alaska, from the 2002 Denali Fault earthquake: site response and displacement pulses
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 94(6B):S72-S84.

Huang, B (2003).
Ground rotational motions of the 1999 Chi-Chi, Taiwan earthquake as inferred from dense array observations
Geophysical Research Letters, 30(6).

Takeo, M (2006).
Ground Rotational Motions Recorded in Near-Source Region of Earthquakes
In: Earthquake Source Asymmetry, Structural Media and Rotation Effects, ed. by Teisseyre, Roman and Majewski, Eugeniusz and Takeo, Minoru, pp. 157-167, Springer Berlin Heidelberg. (ISBN: 978-3-540-31336-6).

Takeo, M (1998).
Ground rotational motions recorded in near-source region of earthquakes
Geophysical Research Letters, 25(6):789-792.

Luiten, A, Beccaria, M, Bernadini, M, Braccini, S, Bradaschia, C, Cella, G, Ciampa, A, Curci, G, Cuoco, GE, DAmbrosio, E, Dattilo, V, De Salvo, R, Del Fabbro, R, Di Virgilio, A, Feng, G, Ferrante, I, Fidecaro, F, Gaddi, A, Gennai, A, Giazotto, A, Holloway, L, La Penna, P, Losurdo, G, Malik, S, Mancini, S, Pan, HB, Paoletti, F, Pasqualetti, A, Passuello, D, Poggiani, R, Raffaelli, F, Vicere, A, and Zhang, Z (1997).
Ground tilt seismic spectrum measured with a new high sensitivity rotational accelerometer
Review of Scientific Instruments, 68(4):1889-1893.

Trifunac, M.D, Udwadia, F.E, and Brady, A.G. (1971).
High frequency errors and instrument corrections of strong-motion accelerograms
California Institute of Technology, Earthquake Engineering Research Laboratory, Pasadena, California, USA.

Gebauer, A, Schreiber, K, Kluegel, T, Schoen, N, and Ulbrich, U (2012).
High-frequency noise caused by wind in large ring laser gyroscope data
Journal of Seismology, 16(4):777-786.

Langbein, J and Bock, Y (2004).
High-rate real-time GPS network at Parkfield: Utility for detecting fault slip and seismic displacement
Geophysical Research Letters, 31(15).

Belfi, J, Beverini, N, Carelli, G, Di Virgilio, A, Maccioni, E, Saccorotti, G, Stefani, F, and Velikoseltsev, A (2012).
Horizontal rotation signals detected by ''G-Pisa'' ring laser for the M-w=9.0, March 2011, Japan earthquake
Journal of Seismology, 16(4, SI):767-776.

Schreiber, KU, Klügel, T, Wells, JR, Hurst, RB, and Gebauer, A (2011).
How to Detect the Chandler and the Annual Wobble of the Earth with a Large Ring Laser Gyroscope
Phys. Rev. Lett., 107:173904.

Crawford, W and Webb, S (2000).
Identifying and removing tilt noise from low-frequency (< 0.1 Hz) seafloor vertical seismic data
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 90(4):952-963.

Li, H, Sun, L, and Wang, S (2004).
Improved approach for obtaining rotational components of seismic motion
Nuclear Engineering and Design, 232(2):131 - 137.