How Does a Seismograph Work?


A seismograph is a very unique device that is used to measure earthquakes. This works by being connected to bedrock and measuring vibrations. You can find more information here:
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The simplest form is a mass, say a large heavy rock, hanging from a long string. If the ground moves, the rock will swing and, if you have a pencil tied to the rock so that it drags
There are a number of different types of seismometers and they all work in slightly differing ways but generally are based around the same principle. That principle is inertia. Inertia
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No. There is no such thing as an earthquake warning. We do not have the
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