A seismometer (or the older device called a seismograph) records the seismic waves from earth tremors.
There is a difference there: a seismometer would simply register instant vibration; a seismograph records the vibrations with time so shows the whole picture.
In order to record seismic waves, scientists use a seismograph, which rates earthquakes on a scale of 1-10. To rate the earthquake, the seismograph will take three factors into consideration, duration, distance, and power of the earthquake
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A seismograph, but a seismogram detects earthquakes as well
Geophones or hydrophones
A seismogram is a recording of ground motion at a particular ground location, as collected by a seismometer. Multiple seismograms, taken from different locations, can be analyzed to determine the magnitude, depth and location of an earthquake.Seismograms used to be recorded on paper by seismograph machines, but virtually all seismograms are recorded digitally, today, since computers are essential to accurately process the simultaneous readings from hundreds of seismometers.
1. Waves of energy that travel through the Earth. 2. Result of an earthquake, explosion, or a volcano that imparts low-frequency acoustic energy. 3. Seismic waves are studied by geophysicists called seismologists. 4. Recorded by a seismometer, hydrophone (in water), or accelerometer. 5. Types of seismic waves: body wave, surface waves S waves and P waves. 6. Scientists have used indirect measurements and seismic waves from earthquakes to determine the internal structure of the Earth. 7. Scientists have seismographs set up all over the world to track movement of the Earth's crust. 8. Surface waves travel along the surface of the earth. 9. Typically the most destructive type during an earthquake. 10. Seismic waves are not always detectable by seismometers.
An instrument used to magnify sound
Seismometer (or seismograph) and it measure seismic waves
Seismograph ;) (listen in your science class!)
A seismogragh is a sensative instrument that records seismic waves.
Seismic waves are measured by seismographs, geophones, hydrophones and accelerometers.
the ground movement caused by seismic waves
seismometer, also known as a seismograph. which record seismic waves
A seismograph is an instrument that records movements within the earth. A seismogram is the actual recording that scientists look at when studying earthquakes.
A seismograph is an instrument used to measure movement of earthquake. It measures the seismic waves of that area.
Earthquakes are measured by a seismometer, also known as a seismograph.
they have used two methods direct and indirect. seismic waves are the forces produced when earthquakes occur.from rocks from deep inside earth they can give inferences about conditions deep inside earth. they also record the seismic waves and record how dast they travel through Earth this is an indirect method