Estos son: APMR
, PJAC, HCPD Y AORT, que ademas son emplazamientos con geologias mas complejas que las demas, como es el caso de APMR
, en el que incluso se evidencia una inversion de velocidades de la onda cortante (Schmidt, 2014, Rojas, 2013).
The top 3 journals in his study were APMR and British Medical Journal/BMJ tied with Spine.
It is interesting that while both Wakiji  and Maher  both found APMR to be the most frequent journal source of cited articles, the current study, a decade later, determined APMR as second most common, with Physical Therapy being most common.
Previous studies found APMR to be the most cited journal.
3] (180 m/s <Vs30 <350 m/s): AALA, AFBR, AGRE, APMR, ASRM, CCRT, CPAR, SSBN, ecologico UCR, pl.
En sitios como APMR y CCRT el periodo fundamental obtenido con arrays representa solo una parte del fundamental leido segun las razones espectrales H/V, ya que las limitaciones en las aperturas del array impiden obtener informacion de capas mas profundas.
De dos capas: AALA, AGRE, APMR, CCRT, CPAR, SHTH, SSBN, SLPF, ing.
A Code of Ethics was also developed and adopted by the APMR.
Edward Friedman composed and the APMR Board of Governors adopted the first official definition of Corrective Therapy in 1955.
The first annual national convention of the APMR was held at the Hotel Hamilton, Chicago, IL on June 5-7, 1947, where the professional name changed to "Corrective Therapy.
Certification and Registration In the early 1950s, APMR realized the need for a credentialing process to determine the basic level of knowledge and skills of prospective corrective therapists.
Fleming chaired the committee that developed and established the first certification process of APMR members.