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Click to edit Master subtitle style GEOL 105 Lecture 06 Jonathan Lees
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What is Seismology? Study of earth “shaking” Earthquake Seismology Exploration Seismology Engineering Seismology CTBT - Continental Test Ban Treaty
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Seismometer Development of Seismology Waves Demo of Real Seismometer Live Display Berkeley Helicorder
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Instrumentation Seismomete r Microphone
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Current Monitoring Station Car batteries Data Logger Power distribution Cables to microphones Cable to seismometer Mic amplifier
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Seismometer Installation at Stromboli Volcano Sens or Solar Panels Micropho nes
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Seismic Waves Body Waves Primary Waves Secondary Waves Seismic Waves and the Earth’s Interior Surface Waves Love Waves Rayleigh Waves Sound Waves and Seismic Waves
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Waves
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Body Waves
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P-wave Propagation P-waves are compressional, particle motion is in the same direction as the motion of the wave
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S-waves are a shearing motion Particle motion of an
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