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  • adjective Relating to the field of seismology.

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  • adjective of or concerned with seismology


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  • Yet while earthquakes are much less frequent in the Eastern U.S. compared with the West, seismologic experts say they can be just as powerful and the impact far more widespread.

    Rare Earthquake Stuns East Coast

  • The experts said that Kashmir being seismological zone requires greenery and plantation in abundance which proves balanced factor in seismologic zone and helpful in avoiding frequent earthquakes.

    Polythene cause for all human, environment ailments: SKUAST experts

  • Examples of the use of geologic and seismologic information for earthquake-hazard reduction in southern California (Open-file report/United States Department of the Interior, Geological Survey) by William J Kockelman

    Italy muzzled scientist who foresaw quake; 50,000 now homeless

  • I was on a seismologic job in the water west of Morgan City.

    Jane Ciabattari: Thinking About New Orleans: Questions for James Lee Burke

  • Their unique approach enabled them to track the rupture as it moved along the Sumatra-Andaman Fault, raising the possibility that scientists could one day use the method to track underwater earthquakes in near real time and opening new avenues in seismologic research.

    Hear an Earthquake | Impact Lab

  • But scientists say there is no new major seismologic activity.

    CNN Transcript Dec 30, 2004

  • In other words, it was a typical seismologic day -- in terms of sheer numbers of tremors -- in the United States; what was slightly out of the ordinary was the magnitude and location of the earthquakes, said Rafael Abreu, a

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  • Bulgaria has seen increased seismologic activity lately, but there have been no reports of injuries or material damage, including the Monday tremor. (Sofia News Agency)

  • March 13 (UPI) -- U.S. scientists say the New Madrid seismologic fault system in the Midwest and South may be in the process of shutting down.

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  • In addition to seismologic-based investigation of the Earth's interior, geophysicists also use.

    Clastic Detritus


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