Definition of Coseismic

1. Adjective. Being where earthquake waves arrive simultaneously.

Exact synonyms: Coseismal
Similar to: Unstable



Definition of Coseismic

1. Adjective. During an earthquake ¹

2. Adjective. coseismal ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Coseismic

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coseismic

cosech
cosechs
cosecs
cosed
cosediment
cosedimented
cosedimenting
cosediments
cosegregate
cosegregated
cosegregates
cosegregating
cosegregation
coseismal
coseismals
coseismic (current term)
coseismics
coself
cosenage
cosenages
cosentient
coses
coset
cosets
cosey
coseys
cosh
cosh pocket
coshed
cosher

Literary usage of Coseismic

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1. Fluid Flow Through Faults and Fractures in Argillaceous Formations by Nuclear Energy Agency (1998)
"Within this study it was found that once coseismic hydrological effects could be ... The response of these fracture systems to the coseismic strain field of ..."

2. Proceedings of Conference LXII, 8th Joint Meeting of the U. S. Japan by R. L. Wesson (1995)
"Coastal stratigraphy and geomor- phology along both subduction zones include evidence of sudden changes in sea level which are interpreted to be coseismic, ..."

3. Truth and Consequences: Relative Connections by Gyeorgos Ceres Hatonn (1993)
"coseismic displacement. The elastic strain released by the main shock caused ... coseismic horizontal and vertical site displacements in a regional geodetic ..."

4. Physiography by Rollin D. Salisbury (1919)
"Lines drawn upon the surface connecting points where a given earthquake wave is felt at the same time are coseismic lines (Fig. 412). ..."

5. The Century (1902)
"These are called coseismic lines, and they close in around the place where the shock was first felt. Since, however, the time-intervals amount to but a few ..."

6. Manual of Geology: Treating of the Principles of the Science with Special by James Dwight Dana (1880)
"... and variations in the nature and condition of the vibrating rocks, the coseismic curves, or lines along which the wave-paths reach the surface at equal ..."

7. Text-book of Geology by Sir Archibald Geikie (1903)
"... a certain approximately uniform intensity of shock ("coseismic lines" of Mallet), this intensity, of course, diminishing with distance from the focus. ..."

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