4 edition of Explosion seismology in Central Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by P. Giese, C. Prodehl, A. Stein.|
|Contributions||Giese, P., Prodehl, C., 1936-, Stein, Albert, Dr., Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft.|
|LC Classifications||QE260 .E95|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 429 p. :|
|Number of Pages||429|
|LC Control Number||76021047|
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This publication entitled "Ex plosion Seismology in Central Europe - Data and Results" is Volume 1 in a sequence of publications dealing with the crustal structure in Europe.
The European seismologists are indebted to the German Geo physical Society (Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft) for taking the initiative to publish this by: This publication entitled "Ex plosion Seismology in Central Europe - Data and Results" is Volume 1 in a sequence of publications dealing with the crustal structure in Europe.
The European seismologists are indebted to the German Geo physical Society (Deutsche Geophysikalische Gesellschaft) for taking the initiative to publish this book.
Explosion seismology in Central Europe. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Online version: Explosion seismology in Central Europe. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors. This publication entitled ""Ex plosion Seismology in Central Europe - Data and Results"" is Volume 1 in a sequence of publications dealing with the crustal structure in Europe.
The European seismologists are indebted to the German Geo physical Society (Deutsche Geophysikalische Gese. Book Review: Explosion seismology in central Europe: Data and results.
Giese, C. Prodehl and A. Stein (Editors). Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York, N.Y. Peter Giese, Claus Prodehl, Albert Stein, References, Explosion Seismology in Central Europe, /, (), (). Crossref The Earth's Crust and Upper Mantle, Volume Abstract A case history is presented summarizing different stages of explosion-seismic investigation in the central and southern Rhine Graben.
Discrepancies and common aspects of the interpretation of data originating from quarry blasts, specially arranged explosions, and reflection measurements are outlined. Until few data were available. Purchase Proceedings of the Seventeenth Assembly of the European Seismological Commission - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMap of Maximum Observed Intensity of Central and Eastern Europe Explosion Seismology Studies of the Canary Islands. First Results. The book is designed to give a comprehensive up-to-date picture of the applications of seismology. Exploration Seismology's comprehensiveness makes it suitable as a text for undergraduate courses for geologists, geophysicists and engineers, as well as a guide and reference work for practising professionals.
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Tectonophysics, 20 () Eisevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands MAIN FEATURES OF CRUSTAL STRUCTURE IN WESTERN AND SOUTHERN EUROPE BASED ON DATA OF EXPLOSION SEISMOLOGY P.
GIESE, C. MORELLI and L. STEINMETZ Institut fur Geophysik, Berlin Germany) Osservatorio. A nuclear explosion can cause an earthquake and even an aftershock sequence. However, earthquakes induced by explosions have been much smaller than the explosion, and the aftershock sequence produces fewer and smaller aftershocks than a similar size earthquake.
Not all explosions have caused earthquakes. The range of a possible earthquake. Abstract By adapting and calibrating Bakun and Wentworth's () solution strategy for seismic intensity observations for the Northern and Middle Rhine Area (NRA), Central Europe, local magnitudes with objective confidence-level uncertainties are estimated for 23 test-set earthquakes that occurred between and Summary.
Earlier interpretations of P n travel-times from the extensive quarry-blast observation scheme in western Germany - now supplemented by explosion data from the Rhinegraben experiment - have been checked and enhanced using the new MOZAIC time-term method.
The large data set ( travel times) continues to require a considerable anisotropy of upper. Seismograph, instrument that makes a record of seismic waves caused by an earthquake, explosion, or other Earth-shaking graphs are equipped with electromagnetic sensors that translate ground motions into electrical changes, which are processed and recorded by the instruments’ analog or digital circuits.
The terms seismograph and seismometer are. (earthquake, explosion, other) D. Faulting geometry D. Crustal layering, structure (area, displacement) E.
Earthquake distribution E. Physical state of layers (ﬂuid, solid) Table Classical Research objectives in seismology. We will discuss some ”classical” concepts and also discuss some of the more ’current ’ topics.
Summary. In this paper the relief of the Mohorovičić (M-) discontinuity as well as the crustal structure under the Rhinegraben and its surroundings are analysed in terms of density anomalies deduced from seismic corresponding gravity effects are evaluated and compared with the observed Bouguer anomalies.
Morelli, C. Activity Report of the Subcommission for Explosion Seismology in Southern and Western Europe. - Copenhagen ESC31 pp. - Zürich lUGG14 pp. - Madrid lASPEI21 pp. - Luxemburg ESC12 pp.Engineering Seismology: The Works of Man. (Engineering Geology Case Histories Number 8). INCLUDES: Quasi-Permanent Deformation in the Elastic Zone near Explosions; Seismic Ground Effects from Nuclear Explosions; Pressure Infection Disposal Well, Rocky Mountain Arsenal; The Denver Area Earthquakes & the Rocky Mtn.
Arsenal; Statistical Features of the Relationship .I. O. Kitov, Underground Explosion Seismic Source Function in Various Rock Media as Obtained from PNE Local Data, Upper Mantle Heterogeneities from Active and Passive Seismology, /, (), ().