seismograph

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪzməɡɹˌæf/ ]
NOUN
  1. a measuring instrument for detecting and measuring the intensity and direction and duration of movements of the ground (as an earthquake)
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How To Use seismograph In A Sentence

  • The third instrument is the seismograph, which is so arranged that it will accurately record the number, succession, direction, amplitude and period of successive oscillations. The San Francisco calamity by earthquake and fire
  • Check the seismograph for past emotional earthquake and trauma.
  • The observatory contained a seismograph to record mining tremors, an evaporation pan and a device to record lightening strikes which are particularly virulent on the Witwatersrand.
  • A seismograph at Ferris High School showed the trembling lasted for more than 30 seconds with two distinct spikes in intensity.
  • However, the era of earthquake seismology as a modern science began in the late 1800s with the installation of sensitive instruments called seismographs.
  • Land area: 15,000 square meters Gunpowder (90 kg), fuse (1,300 m), seismograph with nine sensors, electroencephalograph, and electrocardiograph Hiro Ihara, courtesy Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation Cry Dragon/Cry Wolf: The Ark of Genghis Khan 'Cai Guo-Qiang: I Want to Believe'
  • Seismograph , intensity and magnitude, distribution of earthquake Effects of earthquake.
  • The reluctance seismogroph implies a variation of the principle of the moving - coil seismograph.
  • This is similar to seismologists using seismographs on Earth to detect earthquakes.
  • This week, one team has to find a way of waterproofing a tent to take on an expedition, while the other team builds a seismograph out of an old alarm clock.
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