How do you make a seismograph?


In order to make a seismograph it is best to make a blueprint of how you want it to look before you start building. Different sizes of nails, masking tape and wood are some supplies needed in order to make the seismograph. You can find more information here:
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How to Make a Seismograph
Experience an earthquake first hand and you will have a new understanding and appreciation for the awesome power lurking beneath the earth's surface. Instruments that allow you to visualize the tectonic movements beneath your feet can be an asset as well... More »
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To make a seismograph for kids you will need some plywood, some weights, hanging wire, wood dowels, machine paper, a small basket, nails an ink pen and building ...
A seismograph is an instrument used to measure and make a record of any occurring vibrations in the earth's crust. These might be earthquakes, tremors or aftershocks ...
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