seismology

[ US /ˌsaɪzˈmɑɫədʒi/ ]
[ UK /sa‍ɪzmˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the branch of geology that studies earthquakes
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How To Use seismology In A Sentence

  • What was called refraction seismology was introduced into the U.S. oil industry about 1923–24, initially by a German company. The Prize
  • Most introductory texts use the term ‘refraction techniques’ to describe what is often thought of as controlled-source seismology.
  • It seems quite likely that they are related," said Brian Baptie, the survey's head of seismology. Blackpool earthquake tremors may have been caused by gas drilling
  • In science, he is famous for many developments in metrology, astronomy and seismology. Lippmann's and Gabor's Revolutionary Approach to Imaging
  • Sergio Barrientos, director of the seismology office at the University of Chile, said Sunday's temblor was itself an aftershock of last year's mega-quake. Major 7.1-Magnitude Earthquake Hits Chile
  • Despite tremendous technological advances in earthquake seismology, many fundamental mysteries remain.
  • Colombia also has been at the forefront of studies of volcanology and seismology.
  • However, the era of earthquake seismology as a modern science began in the late 1800s with the installation of sensitive instruments called seismographs.
  • AE ( Acoustic Emission ) is an important technique in rock mechanics and experimental seismology.
  • It will house researchers from fields as diverse as neutrino astronomy, cosmology, seismology and atmospheric physics.
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