2 edition of Pacific T-phase epicenters found in the catalog.
Pacific T-phase epicenters
Doak Carey Cox
1962 by Hawaii Institute of Geophysics, University of Hawaii in Honolulu .
Written in English
|Statement||by Doak C. Cox and Rockne H. Johnson.|
|Series||Hawaii Institute of Geophysics. Report no. 25|
|Contributions||Johnson, Rockne H., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QE500 .H348 no. 25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 16 l.|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||66065121|
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T-phase. A type of sound wave in the water that is created when a seismic wave Pacific T-phase epicenters book the water. T-phases are usually generated by earthquakes under the ocean floor. Seismic waves propagate from the epicentre of the earthquake and turn into hydroacoustic waves when they enter water.
T-Phase station. A seismic station to monitor hydroacoustic waves. From a data set of digital records of Tphases from 71 sources obtained on seismometers of the Polynesian Seismic Network, we define a discriminant separating earthquake and explosion sources, which uses Pacific T-phase epicenters book maximum amplitude of recorded ground velocity, measured on its envelope, e Max (in µm/s), and the duration of the phase measured at 1/3 of maximum amplitude, τ 1/3 (in seconds).Cited by: The Pacific Northwest is part of the North American Plate, which extends all the way across the United States and Canada to the middle of the Atlantic Ocean (Fig.
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Similar to low velocity layer in the upper mantle, there is also low velocity channel in deep ocean. Depending on the salinity and temperature of sea water, the sound velocity decreases to a minimum of about km/s from sea surface to m depth, and again.
a historical summary of Pacific T-phase epicenters book tsunami research in the u.s. George Pararas-Carayannis Tsunami Research in the U. began at the University of Hawaii after the April 1, tsunami struck the Hawaiian Islands and caused many deaths and extensive destruction.
Also, numerically developed charts of differences in seismic p-wave arrivals at diferent seismic stations around the Pacific prepared by George Pararas-Carayannis and James Sasser inbecame a much more rapid Pacific T-phase epicenters book for locating the epicenters of tsunamigenic earthquakes by the Honolulu Observatory – which at that time was still using a.
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Such a wave, propagating with the velocity of an airplane, may traverse the Pacific ocean in hours and bring down a wall of water 10 m high with a velocity of more than 70 km h-1 upon a calm ocean beach.
The wave velocity is decreased near the coastline because of shallower water and the slowing of the wave by the roughness of the bottom. Adams, W.M.,First strong-motion instrumentation in Hawaii: with results from the earthquake of Ap Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America.
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The data analysis also shows that the dispersive tsunami signals can be identified by the water-column hydrophones at the time when the tsunami surface gravity wave reaches the station.
Plans for a hydroacoustic network intended to monitor compliance with the CTBT call for the inclusion of five T-phase stations situated at optimal locations for the detection of seismic phases converted from ocean-borne T phases.
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