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- adj. Relating to seismology.
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- adj. Of or pertaining to seismology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to or connected with seismology, or the scientific investigation of the phenomena of earthquakes.
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- adj. of or concerned with seismology
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Second, because of Iraq's isolation over the last decade-during which exploration technology has greatly improved-there has been almost no use of the most sophisticated exploration techniques such as seismological surveys, magnetometers, and sniffers in Iraq.
A Virginia Tech seismological site indicates that Hanover is in one of two sections of Virginia where small quakes occur occasionally.
The conventional seismological community is unable to derive early warnings for even the large magnitude earthquakes, such as the recent quake that devastated parts of Japan or the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake off the west coast of Sumatra that produced a killer tsunami.
Joe Litehiser, a Bechtel Corp. researcher, has studied the implications of earthquakes on licensing of proposed new nuclear plants in the central and eastern U.S. Litehiser said there is more seismological information available now than there was decades ago, when the existing plants were built.
Globovision then tried the next logical step, to ask the Venezuelan seismological thing, FUNVISIS.
The initial Metro Century City seismological studies were released in October.
The IAEA concluded that Japanese regulators underestimated the earthquake risk because they primarily relied on "recent historical seismological data."
Rather than calmly provide information, Myers filled the day with unhinged, even testy, seismological explanations and impossible-to-follow metaphors.
Pursuing legal action against members of the seismological community after an earthquake is unprecedented and reflects a misunderstanding of the science of earthquakes, the president of the Seismological Society of America, Rick Aster, wrote President Giorgio Napolitano.
Experts from Iran's seismological center indicated that the quake was felt as far away as the capital, Tehran.