isoseismal


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i·so·seis·mic

 (ī′sə-sīz′mĭk) also i·so·seis·mal (-məl)
adj.
Of, relating to, or exhibiting equal intensity of earthquake shock.

isoseismal

(ˌaɪsəʊˈsaɪzməl)
adj
(Geological Science) of or relating to equal intensity of earthquake shock
n
(Geological Science) a line on a map connecting points at which earthquake shocks are of equal intensity
Systematic name: isoseismic
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Shamakhi epicentral area against the background of other stands out with a 9-point isoseismal and 8: in Shamakhi city, Nakhichevan area, in the North of th Earth's e Absheron Peninsula, in Nagorno-Karabakh, Lenkoran area and in the border zone with Iran.
Isoseismal maps in Bulgaria came officially into practice since 1952 (Ileff, 1952).
The isoseismal maps of next destructive Vrancea earthquakes on 30 August 1986 (Mw=7.
Isoseismal map of the 1755 Lisbon earthquake obtained from Spanish data, en colaboracion con J.
The magnitudes and epicentres of the first five events are based upon the felt area and areas within the MM IV isoseismal.
3 Felt area Isoseismal IV Date magnitude (1) magnitude (1) May 22,1817 4.
Isoseismal maps reveal exactly where it struck along what is known as the Warwickshire fault.
For some earthquakes isoseismal maps have been compiled (No 43 in Table 4; No 44 in Table 22).
MMI and isoseismal maps come from unpublished bulletins made by RSN, LIS, descriptions from local newspapers, and interviews made at the location of strong motion stations during the week of earthquake occurrence.
Isoseismal maps show the spatial distribution of seismic intensities reported for a specific earthquake throughout a region.
1987, Isoseismal Maps of the Two Strongest Events during the Earthquake Swarm 1985/1986 in Western Bohemia.