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i·so·seis·mic (ī′sə-sīz′mĭk) also i·so·seis·mal (-məl)
Of, relating to, or exhibiting equal intensity of earthquake shock.
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Country not in isoseismic
line of any high-magnitude earthquakes: Expert
map shows that the lateral extent of the intensity contours did not extend significantly far from peak intensity VIII on Modified Mercalli Intensity scale near Paras trending in NW- SE direction.
The visual analysis of isoseismic
lines of the most intensive earthquakes in confrontation with geophysical anomalies, which represent also significant fault lines, has shown a considerable directional similarity (Kalab et al., 1996).