from The Century Dictionary.
- Of or pertaining to seismography; connected with or furnished by the seismograph: as, seismographic records, observations, studies, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to a seismograph; indicated by a seismograph.
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- adjective Relating to
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Yet the three successive shocks whose seismographic records we have traced in this chapter have gradually polarized the American religious scene, as people especially young people have increasingly sorted themselves out religiously according to their moral and political views, leaving both the liberal, secular pole and the conservative, evangelical pole strengthened and the moderate religious middle seriously weakened.
Combined with conventional seismographic and permanent GPS networks, such new technologies can provide robust early-warning, assessment and response systems for earthquakes and tsunamis.
AP A Pakistani meteorologist at a local office in Islamabad, Pakistan points to seismographic data showing the intensity of the earthquake.
To assess whether such waves can set off large, distant quakes, Dr. Parsons and a co-author in the Nature Geoscience paper, Aaron Velasco of the University of Texas at El Paso, Texas, studied a 30-year seismographic record of all possible quakes larger than magnitude 5 that might have been triggered by every quake of magnitude 7 or larger.
I went with him to Thompson Marconi Sonar out at Paramatta: pretty impressive technology - they build everything from towed arrays for seismographic work to mine-hunter sonars and of course sonars for submarines.
A seismographic crew was analyzing a section of scrubland along the Houston-LaPorte highway, and McCarthy, on a hunch, decided to option the land and drill it.
We don ` t really know how much because we ` ve never allowed them to do modern seismographic or test wells.
Think about that … We haven't had a seismographic survey since 1984 on fuel reserves, so you have new 3-D seismographic capabilities.
Mr. Bradner's reputation for adventure was enhanced one summer in the 1960s, when his family accompanied him aboard a 106-foot sailing schooner around the South Pacific, from which he collected seismographic data.
Joining me now is Lee Siegel, and he is with the University of Utah's seismographic stations.