seismogram

NOUN
  1. the graphical record of an earth tremor made by using a seismograph
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How To Use seismogram In A Sentence

  • All data are rapidly made available, and seismograms from large earthquakes are posted within minutes of occurrence.
  • The seismogram from the Virginia Tech Seismological Observatory is also nifty, when their webserver isn’t swamped! Earthquake at cvillenews.com
  • The latter was calculated from the seismograms of the same observatory, as well as from the barograms of Siberian and European meteorological stations, see Ref. 10.
  • Short, dispersive wave trains were also typical for barograms and seismograms from atmospheric nuclear explosions, well documented in the literature.
  • The scientists found that the seismograms were almost identical for waves that had travelled only in the mantle, or Earth's crust, and outer core.
  • The seismograms from earthquakes recorded at stations all over the world are analyzed to derive compressional and shear wave velocity and density as a function of depth.
  • A seismogram shows the tremors from the Ripon earthquake Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph
  • The principal deficit in making synthetic seismograms is that the input data commonly are incomplete.
  • We're just beginning to eke out every wiggle on the seismogram and what it's telling us," says Wallace. Analog Science Fiction and Fact
  • The first indication of a nuclear explosion is when the actual seismogram differs from typical seismograms found in the region. The scientific vacuity of ID: design inference versus "Design Inference" - The Panda's Thumb
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