Definition of Seismicity
1. Noun. factor of how seismic a region is. How prone it is to earthquakes. ¹
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Definition of Seismicity
1. [n -TIES]
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Literary usage of Seismicity
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1. Earthquakes in the Light of the New Seismology by Clarence Edward Dutton (1904)
"... Investigation—Low Degree of seismicity in Australasia as a Whole—De ... Views of the Relations between seismicity and Topographic Relief—Stable and ..."
2. Seismic Evaluation of Existing Buildings: Supporting Documentation (1993)
"In this way ATC-14 deals with a fundamental problem for national methodologies: regions of low seismicity historically have not just had small earthquakes ..."
3. Volcanic Ash and Aviation Safety: Proceedings of the First International edited by T. J. Casadevall (1995)
"There is a pronounced lack of seismicity at a depth of 4-6 km. ... A further increase in shallow seismicity is likely before the eruption starts. Table 1. ..."
4. Geotechnical Reconnaissance of the Effects of the January 17, 1995, Hyogoken by Koichi Akai, Jonathan D. Bray, Ross W. Boulanger, John T. Christian (1997)
"2.3 Regional seismicity and Tectonics The earthquake occurred in a region where a complex system of active faults had been previously mapped (Research Group ..."
5. The Physics of Earthquake Phenomena by Cargill Gilston Knott (1908)
"CHAPTER VI EARTHQUAKE DISTRIBUTION Seismic and Aseismic Regions. Definition of seismicity. Survey of Limited Areas. Milne's Survey of Tokyo. ..."
6. Scenario for a Magnitude 7.0 Earthquake on the Hayward Fault edited by Francis M. Christie (1997)
"Bay Area seismicity In what we informally call the tombstone diagram (see figure 2-2), the little rectangles represent past earthquakes over time. ..."
7. Seismic Rehabilitation of Buildings: Phase 1: Issues Identification and (1993)
"In the United States the variation in seismicity ranges from very low to approximately as high as is found on the planet, and this makes seismicity issues ..."
8. Geological Disasters in the Philippines: The July 1990 Earthquake and the by Giovanni Rantucci (1995)
"4.3 seismicity levels within the Pacific Region and the Philippines Before describing the Luzon earthquake, this section presents an overview of the trend ..."