- n. Plural form of seismogram.
“The pair analyzed more than 600,000 seismograms — records of waves generated by earthquakes traveling through the Earth — collected from instruments scattered around the planet.”
“You can also look at the actual seismograms over there on the right side at several of our different stations.”
“And finally scientists compare the seismogram with earlier seismograms of similar events.”
“The first indication of a nuclear explosion is when the actual seismogram differs from typical seismograms found in the region.”
““You just look at these seismograms and something is different,” Dr. Richards said.”
“ANDREW MICHAEL, SEISMOLOGIST: So we just take basically our seismograms, turn them into a compact disk and then play them out through the loud speakers where we then make the motion go much faster so that we can actually hear it and it gets up into the pitches that our ears can deal with.”
“Oklahoma Geological Survey Gopher: Provides access to a catalog of Oklahoma earthquakes, an archive of downloadable seismograms, lists of worldwide nuclear tests, full text of select nuclear testing treaties and more.”
“We just couldn't explain the seismograms with one earthquake, so we knew there was a problem.”
“Richter Scale: Measures the amplitude of earthquake waves on seismograms”
“The shape of underground geological structures in the area not recorded on seismograms is key, Tromp said, as the structures can greatly affect wave motion by bending, speeding, slowing or simply reflecting energy.”
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