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seismology: Definition from Answers.com A ...
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seismology: Definition from Answers.com A modified Mercalli scale, originally developed by the Italian seismologist Giuseppe Mercalli, is also based on the earthquake's effects on the surface. www.answers.com/topic/seismology seismologist - definition of seismologist by the Free Online ...seis·mol·o·gy (s z-m l-j) n. The geophysical science of earthquakes and the mechanical properties of the earth. seis mo·log ic (-m-l j k), seis mo·log i·cal ... www.thefreedictionary.com/seismologist Seismologist - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster ...Definition of SEISMOLOGY: a science that deals with earthquakes and with artificially produced vibrations of the earth - seis·mo·log·i·cal \ ? siz-m?-' lä ... www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/seismologist Seismologist | Define Seismologist at Dictionary.comnoun the science or study of earthquakes and their phenomena.
Giuseppe Mercalli was a ...
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Giuseppe Mercalli was a seismologist who created a device to measure the intensity or likelihood of damage that may be caused by an earthquake.
A less-known scale, the Mercalli scale ...
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A less-known scale, the Mercalli scale (ÂóÊÏÕð¼¶), was devised by Italian seismologist Giuseppe Mercalli to measure the severity of an earthquake in terms of its impact on a particular area and its inhabitants and buildings.
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A scale of 12 points, devised by Italian seismologist Giuseppe Mercalli (1850-1914), for measuring the intensity of an earthquake.
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