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Title: Monitoring the Earth: the Near-Future Developments in Seismology
Authors: Bezzeghoud, M.
Manso, M.
Keywords: Seismology
low-cost acceleration sensors
Issue Date: 17-Mar-2021
Publisher: Academia Letters
Citation: Bezzeghoud, M., Manso, M. (2021). Monitoring the Earth: the Near-Future Developments in Seismology. Academia Letters, Article 581.
Abstract: Seismology deals with the study of the activity of physical forces responsible for the origin of earthquakes and the seismic waves generated within the Earth. All structures located from the center of the Earth to its surface are the subject of study in this discipline. Seismology therefore pursues the understanding of the Earth’s internal structure and the physical processes that cause earthquakes, resorting to advanced instruments for observation and measurements. This paper presents an overview of important milestones in the seismological field, followed by revolutions in the instrumentation and observation of seismological events.
Type: article
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