GEOL LAB 9.docx - Allen Bryant 16.2 A These points fall closely along the already graphed lines because of the current surface waves S-waves and P-waves

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Allen Bryant 16.2 A. These points fall closely along the already graphed lines because of the current surface waves, S-waves, and P-waves follow a pattern that produce similar earthquakes. These new earthquakes that were plotted fall within the average travel time because they follow the same travel pattern as the various waves. B. The s-wave curve is steeper than the P-wave curve because the S-wave is slower, requiring more time to travel a given distance than P-waves. C. Surface wave data points plotted, form a straight line because these waves travel through
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  • Fall '19
  • Love wave, Seismology and earthquake terminology, S-wave, Surface wave, Allen Bryant

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