What Is Seismograph?


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. You can find more information here: http://earthquakescanada.nrcan.gc.ca/info-gen/smeters-smetres/seismograph-eng.php
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Seismograph is a noun meaning an apparatus to measure and record vibrations within the earth
seismograph: a measuring instrument for detecting and measuring the intensity and direction and duration of movements of the ground (as an earthquake)
( ′strān ′sīz·mə′graf ) (engineering) A seismograph that detects secular strains related to tectonic processes and tidal yielding of the solid
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[sahyz-muh-graf, -grahf, sahys-]
any of various instruments for measuring and recording the vibrations of earthquakes.
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A seismograph is a device used to study earthquakes. You've probably heard on the news when they report about the strength of an earthquake based on a number system. Seismographs help us to determine the strength of those earthquakes.
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