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seismic record

Detecting seismic activity with a covariance matrix analysis of data recorded on seismic arrays

Long-term seismicity of the Reykjanes Ridge (North Atlantic) recorded by a regional hydrophone array

Estimation of azimuthal anisotropy in the NW Pacific from seismic ambient noise in seafloor records

Unsupervised pattern recognition in continuous seismic wavefield records using Self-Organizing Maps

Time reverse location of seismic long-period events recorded on Mt Etna

Ambient seismic noise wavefield in Japan characterized by polarization analysis of Hi-net records

Seismic moment tensor resolution by waveform inversion of a few local noisy records—I. Synthetic tests

Seismic moment tensor resolution by waveform inversion of a few local noisy records—II. Application to the Phlegraean Fields (Southern Italy) volcanic tremors

Nonlinear seismic response for the 2011 Tohoku earthquake: borehole records versus one-directional three-component propagation models

Source process of the 1911 M8.0 Chon-Kemin earthquake: investigation results by analogue seismic records

High-resolution phase-velocity maps using data from an earthquake recorded at regional distances by a dense broad-band seismic network

Analysis and models of pre-injection surface seismic array noise recorded at the Aquistore carbon storage site

Detecting and locating volcanic tremors on the Klyuchevskoy group of volcanoes (Kamchatka) based on correlations of continuous seismic records

Seismic moment tensors of acoustic emissions recorded during laboratory rock deformation experiments: sensitivity to attenuation and anisotropy

Microearthquake mechanism from wave amplitudes recorded by a close-to-surface seismic array at Ocnele Mari, Romania

Offshore double-planed shallow seismic zone in the NE Japan forearc region revealed by sP depth phases recorded by regional networks

Analysis of seismic signals recorded on a prone-to-fall rock column (Vercors massif, French Alps)


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The output of a seismic recording system (seismograph), e.g. a paper or film record, showing the seismic wiggle traces, usually for a single shot spread. In refraction surveys, many shots into one spread may be summed by a signal-enhancement seismograph to produce a single record. When records are processed they can be placed side by side along a profile to form a ‘seismic section’.

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