Seismicity

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Seismicity is a measure encompassing earthquake occurrences, mechanisms, and magnitude at a given geographical location.wikipedia
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Earthquake

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Seismicity is a measure encompassing earthquake occurrences, mechanisms, and magnitude at a given geographical location.
The seismicity, or seismic activity, of an area is the frequency, type, and size of earthquakes experienced over a period of time.

Richter magnitude scale

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Seismicity is a measure encompassing earthquake occurrences, mechanisms, and magnitude at a given geographical location.

Geography

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Seismicity is a measure encompassing earthquake occurrences, mechanisms, and magnitude at a given geographical location.

Beno Gutenberg

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The term was coined by Beno Gutenberg and Charles Francis Richter in 1941.

Charles Francis Richter

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The term was coined by Beno Gutenberg and Charles Francis Richter in 1941.

Geophysics

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Seismicity is studied by geophysicists.

Latitude

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Generally, the region under study is divided in equally sized areas defined by latitude and longitude, and the Earth's interior is divided into various depth intervals on account of Earth's layering: Up to 50 km depth, 50–300 km, and > 300 km.

Longitude

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Generally, the region under study is divided in equally sized areas defined by latitude and longitude, and the Earth's interior is divided into various depth intervals on account of Earth's layering: Up to 50 km depth, 50–300 km, and > 300 km.

Structure of the Earth

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Generally, the region under study is divided in equally sized areas defined by latitude and longitude, and the Earth's interior is divided into various depth intervals on account of Earth's layering: Up to 50 km depth, 50–300 km, and > 300 km.

Earth

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Generally, the region under study is divided in equally sized areas defined by latitude and longitude, and the Earth's interior is divided into various depth intervals on account of Earth's layering: Up to 50 km depth, 50–300 km, and > 300 km.

Layering

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Generally, the region under study is divided in equally sized areas defined by latitude and longitude, and the Earth's interior is divided into various depth intervals on account of Earth's layering: Up to 50 km depth, 50–300 km, and > 300 km.

Wadati–Benioff zone

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Seismicity of the Sanriku coast

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Seismicity refers to the frequency, type and size of earthquakes experienced over a period of time.

Island arc

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Island arcs can either be active or inactive based on their seismicity and presence of volcanoes.

Environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing in the United States

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Environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing in the United States has been an issue of public concern, and includes the contamination of ground and surface water, methane emissions, air pollution, migration of gases and hydraulic fracturing chemicals and radionuclides to the surface, the potential mishandling of solid waste, drill cuttings, increased seismicity and associated effects on human and ecosystem health.

Guardia Lombardi

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It has experienced a number of major earthquakes throughout its history that have devastated the town, and is considered within zone 1 of the Protezione Civile's seismic classification index, indicating very high seismicity.

International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

IUGGIASPEIInternational Association of Seismology and Physics of the Earth's Interior
This includes geometrical shape, internal structure, gravity and magnetic fields, seismicity, volcanism, hydrologic cycle, glaciers, oceans, atmosphere, ionosphere, and magnetosphere of Earth.

Meers Fault

There is currently no seismicity on the fault but it is considered an earthquake hazard.

Tidal triggering of earthquakes

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Tidal triggering of earthquakes is the idea that tidal forces may induce seismicity.

Seismic zone

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In seismology, a seismic zone is an area of seismicity potentially sharing a common cause.

Seismicity of the Sumatra coast

Seismicity refers to the frequency, type and size of earthquakes experienced over a period of time.