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SEISMIC MONITORING EQUIPMENT
SIGNIFICANT SEISMIC
SEISMIC STRUCTURE
SEISMIC INSTRUMENTS
VISUAL OBSERVATIONS
SEISMIC VESSEL
SEISMIC PROFILES
HIGH SEISMIC
MADRID SEISMIC ZONE
SEISMIC CRISIS
SEISMIC SHIFT
HARMONIC TREMOR
SEISMICITY
SEISMIC STRATIGRAPHY
SEISMIC PULSES
SEISMIC ZONE
SEISMIC EVENT
SEISMIC EVENTS
POSSIBLE ASH PLUMES ROSE
SEISMIC STUDIES
SEISMIC STATION
SEISMIC STATIONS
SEISMIC VELOCITY
SEISMIC ENERGY
SEISMIC TOMOGRAPHY
SEISMIC SIGNALS
ASH PLUMES ROSE
SEISMIC WAVES
SEISMIC DATA
TERMS
SECTION
INVENTION
REELFOOT RIFT
RIFT
SEA
FLANK
MOON
ELEVATED
SATELLITE
STEADY
INFLATION
AREA
BELT
COCOS PLATE
IMMINENT ERUPTION
INDICATIONS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Seismic Monitoring Equipment

  1. Seismic monitoring equipment has been moved from the town of Chaitén to a safer location on Talcán island.

Significant Seismic

  1. Volcanoes which exhibit significant seismic activity, such as Mount Cayley, appear to be most likely to erupt.
  2. Damaging earthquakes in northern California in 1992 and in Oregon in 1993, however, reveal the potential for significant seismic activity in this region. (Web site)

Seismic Structure

  1. Seismic structure of the crust and uppermost mantle of North America and adjacent oceanic basins: a synthesis, Bull. (Web site)
  2. Hirn, A., 2002. Réunion (Indian Ocean) oceanic island volcanism: seismic structure and heterogeneity of the upper lithosphere. (Web site)

Seismic Instruments

  1. In early and mid December, a number of small steam explosions were recorded by seismic instruments on the volcano.

Visual Observations

  1. Concurrent with visual observations and gas data, a subtle increase in seismic activity was also detected beneath the volcano. (Web site)

Seismic Vessel

  1. PSVOs will also watch for marine mammals near the seismic vessel for at least 30 minutes prior to the start of airgun operations after an extended shut down. (Web site)
  2. The continued operation of at least one airgun is intended to alert marine mammals to the presence of the seismic vessel in the area. (Web site)

Seismic Profiles

  1. The fault is only defined to a depth of about 5 to 7 kilometers in the seismic profiles. (Web site)
  2. Most of the tectonic lines seen both on Santorini and on seismic profiles follow the general southwest-northeast trend. (Web site)

High Seismic

  1. This comes after some confusion about whether an eruption occurred yesterday during a period of high seismic activity, and cloud cover of the volcano. (Web site)
  2. The earthquake occurred along a tectonic boundary which is characterized by high seismic activity.
  3. High seismic activity prevails along the plate boundary to the east of northeastern Japan.

Madrid Seismic Zone

  1. October 31 – A major earthquake occurs in the New Madrid Seismic Zone, the last to date. (Web site)

Seismic Crisis

  1. Moderate seismicity following the seismic crisis ramped up after 27 October until the 24 November eruption.

Seismic Shift

  1. VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) — A seismic shift in figure skating power hit the Vancouver Olympics.

Harmonic Tremor

  1. Seismic activity consists of harmonic tremor and surface earthquakes from gas exhalations. (Web site)

Seismicity

  1. Some of the subjects, such as seismic structure of volcanoes (tomography) and eruption monitoring (seismicity), are therefore intentionally omitted.

Seismic Stratigraphy

  1. Seismic stratigraphy combines two very different scales of observation: the seismic and well-control.
  2. The systematic approach applied in seismic stratigraphy explains why many workers are using the principles to evaluate their seismic observations.

Seismic Pulses

  1. More detailed information on responses of humpback whales to seismic pulses during studies in Australia can be found in Appendix A (a) of SIO's application. (Web site)

Seismic Zone

  1. The fourth type of seismic zone occurs along the boundaries of continental plates. (Web site)

Seismic Event

  1. The eruption was preceded by a seismic event on 22 October at 1438, and by earthquakes on 19 October and 2 weeks earlier. (Web site)
  2. On 18 February, after a "seismic event" that began at 1611, and which lasted only a few minutes, the summit inclinometers indicated strong inflation. (Web site)
  3. Data regarding the strength, duration, and approximate direction of the seismic event were relayed to tracking stations on Earth. (Web site)

Seismic Events

  1. These seismic events, along with landslides, represent some of the most dangerous geologic hazards in the island and in the northeastern Caribbean. (Web site)
  2. Table 2. Monthly summaries of phreatic explosions and seismic events (volcano-tectonic, long-period, and hybrid) at Guagua Pichincha, August 1998-April 1999.
  3. Seismic events caused by human activity are referred to by the term induced seismicity.

Possible Ash Plumes Rose

  1. Seismic activity was above background levels during 12-14 July and suggested that possible ash plumes rose to an altitude of 3.3 km (10,800 ft) a.s.l. (Web site)

Seismic Studies

  1. After the Lunar expeditionary material was loaded on to the CSM the LEM separated and crashed into the Moon for seismic studies of the Moon's interior. (Web site)
  2. Seismic studies have confirmed that Earth is layered both compositionally and mechanically (see illustration). (Web site)
  3. This effect has only recently been established from seismic studies, Richards says, and many geophysicists remain skeptical. (Web site)

Seismic Station

  1. The seismic station at Puerto Ayora, on the nearby island of Santa Cruz, recorded no earthquakes associated with this eruption.
  2. In the island of La Palma, a seismic station is located at the center of the North-South active rift (Cumbre Vieja ridge).
  3. In February 2003 as part of an agreement with Nayarit Civil Defense a seismic station was installed in the SW flank of the volcano. (Web site)

Seismic Stations

  1. Four nuclear powered seismic stations were installed during the Apollo project to collect seismic data about the interior of the Moon. (Web site)
  2. Nearly continuous high-amplitude tremor was recorded at all seismic stations on the volcano.
  3. GNEM R&E researchers delivered calibration results for 20 seismic stations and arrays, two infrasound arrays, and six technical reports. (Web site)

Seismic Velocity

  1. This change from "dry" surface rock to "damp" rock below it increases electrical conductivity and slows seismic velocity, the researchers write. (Web site)
  2. The Lehmann discontinuity, named after seismologist Inge Lehmann, is the discontinuity in seismic velocity near a depth of 220km, which is still debated. (Web site)

Seismic Energy

  1. During 5-6 June no explosions or ash emissions were noted, and seismic energy remained stable.
  2. It is estimated that only 10 percent or less of an earthquake's total energy is radiated as seismic energy. (Web site)

Seismic Tomography

  1. Seismic tomography has helped outline subducted lithosphere in regions where there are no earthquakes. (Web site)
  2. Using seismic tomography with earthquake waves, the interior of the Earth has been completely mapped to a resolution of several hundred kilometers.

Seismic Signals

  1. Seismic signals (tremor and volcano-tectonic earthquakes) had characteristics that indicated fluid movement within the volcano's conduits.
  2. A rich variety of seismic signals have been recorded at Redoubt throughout the eruption and in the preceding months of unrest.
  3. IG reported that seismic signals indicated an emission that day, but weather conditions prevented visual observations.

Ash Plumes Rose

  1. According to an interpretation of seismic signals, ash plumes rose up to 15,000 m (49,200 ft) ASL.

Seismic Waves

  1. Diffraction of seismic waves provided the first clear-cut evidence for a lunar crust, mantle, and core analogous to those of the earth. (Web site)
  2. Seismic waves are the waves of energy caused by the sudden breaking of rock within the earth or an explosion. (Web site)
  3. Thermal anomalies also produce anomalies in the travel times of seismic waves. (Web site)

Seismic Data

  1. The integration of outcorp, core, well-log and seismic data affords the optimal approach to the application of sequence stratigraphy.
  2. Seismic waves are not limited to wells, and seismic data may contain useful information about reservoir properties between the wells. (Web site)
  3. Seismic data can reveal the locations of the magma chambers beneath the volcano which feed activity.

Terms

  1. Surprisingly though, Palawan is relatively "quiet" in terms of seismic activity. (Web site)

Section

  1. In amplitude versus offset (AVO) analysis, these amplitude vectors may be easily defined at each point on the seismic section. (Web site)
  2. This seismic section can be described in terms of two major depressions (north and south), separated by the Lombok High. (Web site)
  3. Endangered Species Act Under section 7 of the ESA, the NSF has begun consultation on this proposed seismic survey. (Web site)

Invention

  1. This huge ring of volcanic and seismic (earthquake) activity was noticed and described before the invention of the theory of plate tectonics theory. (Web site)
  2. This invention relates to a method of predicting oil reservoir properties using seismic data and wellbore data. (Web site)

Reelfoot Rift

  1. The New Madrid Seismic Zone, also known as the Reelfoot Rift or the New Madrid Fault Line, is a major seismic zone, located in the mideastern United States.
  2. The New Madrid fault system, or the New Madrid seismic zone, is a series of faults beneath the continental crust in a weak spot known as the Reelfoot Rift.

Rift

  1. The New Madrid Seismic Zone (NMSZ) lies directly above an ancient failed rift, the Reelfoot rift. (Web site)
  2. Using newly gathered seismic data from 2005, researchers reconstructed the event to show the rift tore open along its entire 35-mile length in just days. (Web site)

Sea

  1. Geologists have pointed out that the elevation of Kerala from the sea was the result of some seismic activity, either suddenly or gradually. (Web site)
  2. At least twice (once in the Galapagos, and once in the Sea of Cortez) whale beachings have occurred coincidentally with seismic surveys.
  3. Not only seismic testing, but traffic at sea can disturb whales.

Flank

  1. The IG reported a lahar on Reventador's E flank, detected for 90 minutes by the seismic network on 25 May.

Moon

  1. This ambitious mission includes an orbiter, lander, and penetrators that will set up a seismic network on the Moon.
  2. Their work was dedicated to help discern fresh impacts on the Moon, or to search for sites of recent seismic activity in the lunar crust. (Web site)
  3. There is direct seismic evidence for a crust on the Moon, and indirect evidence for distinct crusts on Mars and Venus.

Elevated

  1. No eruption occurred, although fumarolic and seismic activity remained elevated and some other noteworthy changes also took place. (Web site)
  2. Seismic activity at Pavlof remained elevated during 22-28 August.
  3. Seismic tremor levels remained elevated with a brief drops while lava levels rose.

Satellite

  1. AVO continues to observe potential activity with seismic, satellite and radar data. (Web site)
  2. AVO does not maintain seismic monitoring equipment on Atka Island, and relies on satellite and field observations for monitoring the status of Korovin.
  3. Visual, satellite, and seismic observations indicate that a lava dome is again forming in the summit crater.

Steady

  1. A steady increase in seismic activity points to a growing possibility of renewed rumblings by Karthala volcano, which last erupted in 1991. (Web site)

Inflation

  1. Between inflation, intrusion, and eruption episodes, volcanoes are likely to deflate or show no sign of seismic activity. (Web site)

Area

  1. Seismic activity did not indicate an eruption, and visual observations were not possible due to meteorological cloud in the area.
  2. Recent seismic studies indicated that the crust at the Mendocino Triple Junction was nearly twice as thick as that north and south of the area. (Web site)
  3. French Polynesia is located in an area of high seismic activity. (Web site)

Belt

  1. Four volcanoes within the belt appear related to seismic activity since 1975, including: Mount Meager, Mount Garibaldi and Mount Cayley.
  2. The Silverthrone Caldera is the only volcano within the belt that appears related to seismic activity since 1975. (Web site)
  3. It is an island-arc structure of about 17,000 islands spread out along a belt of intense volcanic and seismic activity.

Cocos Plate

  1. The devastating 1985 Mexico City earthquake was caused by seismic activity in the Cocos Plate.
  2. The scientists analyzed 20 years of seismic data for southern Mexico, where the Cocos plate is slipping beneath the North American plate.

Imminent Eruption

  1. Seismic activity at Galeras Volcano in southwestern Colombia is strongly suggesting an imminent eruption. (Web site)

Indications

  1. Volanologists are on the lookout for more frequent ash puffs or further increases in seismic activity, indications of imminent eruption, he added. (Web site)
  2. However, AVO reported that there were no indications from seismic data that a significantly larger eruption was imminent. (Web site)

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