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  • noun Plural form of seismologist.

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Examples

  • The British Geological Survey said the local magnitude - the term seismologists prefer to the Richter scale - measured about 3.6.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • The British Geological Survey said the local magnitude - the term seismologists prefer to the Richter scale - measured about 3.6.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Promoted to Headline (H3) on 4/7/09: Massive earthquake rocks the Kuril Islands in the wake of Italy's quake yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Massive earthquake rocks the Kuril Islands in the wake of Italy\'s quake'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: I do feel that scientists such as seismologists and geologists are an integral part in keeping all of us safe especially when we have witnessed many deaths coming from earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.

    Massive earthquake rocks the Kuril Islands in the wake of Italy's quake

  • This team consists of a variety of technical professionals such as seismologists, meteorologists, hydrologists, engineers, mathematicians

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • This team consists of a variety of technical professionals such as seismologists, meteorologists, hydrologists, engineers, mathematicians

    chicagotribune.com - News

  • They had two seismologists and a seismograph set up off stage to record the impact of the entire crowd jumping, all at once.

    'Sanity/Fear' Rally A Protest Of The Absurd

  • They had two seismologists and a seismograph set up off stage to record the impact of the entire crowd jumping, all at once.

    'Sanity/Fear' Rally A Protest Of The Absurd

  • However, seismologists can't predict why or where quakes will happen on these faults.

    Widely felt tremor not unprecedented

  • Art Lerner-Lam, director of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, discusses the 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered near Washington, D.C. He answers whether a quake of this magnitude is rare for the area and what seismologists will be looking at in the days to come.

    Rare Earthquake Stuns East Coast

  • Geophysicist Don Blakeman of the National Earthquake Informstion Center speaks with Mean Street host Evan Newmark about the 5.9-magnitude earthquake that shook much of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast U.S. Photo: Getty Images Art Lerner-Lam, director of Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, discusses the 5.8 magnitude earthquake centered near Washington, D.C. He answers whether a quake of this magnitude is rare for the area and what seismologists will be looking at in the days to come.

    Quakes Can Reach Farther On East Coast

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