seism

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n seism shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting from underground movement along a fault plane of from volcanic activity
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Usage


In science:

Burridge, R.; Knopoff, L.; (1967) ; Model and theoretical seismicity. Bull. Seism. Soc.
Continuous Time Random Walks and South Spain Seismic Series
Field, E.H. (2007), Overview of the working group for the development of Regional Earthquake Likelihood Models (RELM), Seism.
On the Testing of Seismicity Models
Lombardi, A.M. and W. Marzocchi (2010), The assumption of Poisson seismic-rate variability in CSEP/RELM experiments, Bull. Seism. Soc. Am., 100, 5A, 2293– 2300, DOI:10.1785/0120100012. Molchan, G.M. and V.M. Podgaetskaya (1973), Parameters of global seismicity, Comput.
On the Testing of Seismicity Models
Schorlemmer, D., Gerstenberger, V.C., Wiemer, S., Jeckson, D.D., Rhoades, D.A. (2007), Earthquake likelihood model testing, Seism.
On the Testing of Seismicity Models
Molher A.S., Earthquake / earth tide correlation and other features of the Susanville, California, earthquake sequence of June-July 1976., Bull. Seism. Soc.
Skopje and Sofia 2005 Earthquake and Geomagnetic data and the Geomagnetic Quake as Imminent Reliable Earthquakes Precursor
Sounau M., Sounau A., Gagnepain J., Modeling and detecting interaction between earth tides and earthquakes with application to an aftershock sequence in the Pyrenees, Bull. Seism. Soc.
Skopje and Sofia 2005 Earthquake and Geomagnetic data and the Geomagnetic Quake as Imminent Reliable Earthquakes Precursor
No. of seism ic events per month (left) and the corresponding cumulat ive seismic energy release (r ight) for the per iod 1964 – 2010.
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
No . of seism ic events per 6 months ( left) and the correspond ing cumulat ive seism ic energy release (r ight) for the per iod 1964 – 2010.
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
Time per iods of intense se ismic activity are c learly shown by characteristic increase steps of the cumulative seism ic energy release graph (fig. 2, right) .
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
Therefore, the magnitude of Ms = 5.5R can be considered as the norma l “background seism icity rate” of the entire Greek terr itory, in terms of seism ic energy release.
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
In phase ( I) homogeneous crack ing is present w ith no accelerat ing mode observed . This is probably the state when only seismic noise (smal l magnitude seism ic events) is registered .
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
Thanassoulas , C. , 1998 . Location of the seism ically active zones of the Greek area by the study of the corresponding gravity field., Open Fi le Report: A.3810, Inst .
The background seismicity rate of the Greek territory, considered as a unified seismogenic area, for the period 1964 - 2010. Is Greece in course for a large seismic event?
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