Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for aftershocks
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Extreme Environmental Events (2010)
Complexity in Forecasting and Early Warning by Robert A. Meyers
The simplest stochastic model for aftershocks is that suggested by Ieffreys in , namely an inhomogeneous ...
The Violence of Scripture (2012)
Overcoming the Old Testament's Troubling Legacy by Eric A. Seibert
Violence One reason the conquest narrative has done so much harm and has had such negative aftershocks is that killing Canaanites is portrayed as being divinely sanctioned. For some readers, this makes the act morally unassailable.
An Encyclopedia of the Pacific Rim's Earthquakes, Tsunamis, and Volcanoes by Bethany D. Rinard Hinga Ph.D.
The Prince William Sound, Alaska, earthquake of 1964 and aftershocks, volume IIB and C (pp. 327–338). United States Coast and Geodetic Survey: United States Government Printing Office. National Information Service ...
by Harsh Gupta
Earthquakes, Source Theory Propagation of Elastic Waves: Fundamentals Seismic Instrumentation Surface Waves EARTHQUAKE, AFTERSHOCKS Mian Liu1, Seth Stein2 1Department of Geological Sciences, University of Missouri, ...
by Nanda R. Shrestha
Once again, in early 2015, Nepal suffered its predictable fate as it was shattered by two major earthquakes and many more frequent aftershocks, lasting many months. The one that attracted the most international attention was the initial ...
by Alexander E. Gates, David Ritchie
Aftershocks can be determined only in retrospect. Typically, seismic events begin with foreshocks, followed by the main shock and finally aftershocks. For example, if a magnitude 6.4 earthquake occurs after a series of foreshocks, it could be ...
by Mitchell Newton-Matza
Aftershocks are common with earthquakes. With the Alaska earthquake, these went on for as much as three weeks. The quake itself registered at 9.2, an incredible classification. The aftershocks themselves went as high as 6.2. It was noted ...
by David S. G. Thomas
Aftershocks generally decrease in frequency over time but may occur over a period of several days or months. (See also EARTHQUAKE.) ageostrophic Atmospheric motion in which the horizontal pressure gradient is not balanced with the ...
by Charles Wankel
6-magnitude earthquake, followed by five strong aftershocks. Serious damage was evident throughout the country, thousands ...
by Larry E. Sullivan
Aftershocks. and. a. Shifting. Landscape. 1993 IN REVIEW Mega-Events and the Fears of Everyday Life. On April 29 at 3:30 P.M. Pacific time, the law enforcement community went into red alert as riots erupted in response to the acquittal of ...
A Dictionary of Geography (2015)
by Susan Mayhew
Aftershocks result from static stress changes and 'dynamic' stresses (transient, oscillatory stress changes), that can weaken faults. Such dynamically weakened faults may fail ...
Three Volume Set by John A Matthews
there were five aftershocks with magnitudes of around 6 within 30 minutes of the main shock, and there were 21 aftershocks of magnitude greater than 5 within a few days.
Nelson's Encyclopaedia (1907)
Everybody's Book of Reference ... by Frank Moore Colby, George Sandeman
followed by a series of so -called aftershocks, which continue for months or even years. They are very ...
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