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" the transit of a wave or waves of elastic compression in any direction from vertically upwards to horizontally, in any azimuth, through the crust and surface of the earth, from any centre of impulse or from more than one, and which may be attended with... "
A Manual of Scientific Enquiry: Prepared for the Use of Officers in Her ... - Seite 327
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The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science, and Art, Band 49

1860
...lead Mr. Mallet to the conclusion that the true definition of an earthquake is, the transit of a wave of elastic compression in any direction from vertically...upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the surface and crust of the earth from any center of impulse, or from more than one, and which may be...
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The Geological Observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - 695 Seiten
...impression in any direction, from vertically upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the crust of the earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one, and which may be attended with tidal and sound waves, dependent upon the impulse, and upon the circumstances of position as to sea...
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The geological observer

Henry Thomas De La Beche - 1851 - 846 Seiten
...materially modified.t Mr. Mallet infers that an earthquake " is the transit of a wave of elastic impression in any direction. from vertically upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the crust of the earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one, and which may * Sir Charles Lyell...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, Band 5

1860
...impression in any direction from verticality upward to horizontality in any azimuth through the crust of the earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one, and which may be attended with tidal and sound waves dependent upon the impulse and upon the circumstances of position HS to sea and...
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The Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Band 49

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1860
...lead Mr. Mallet to the conclusion that the true definition of an earthquake is, the transit of a wave of elastic compression in any direction from vertically...upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the surface and crust of the earth from any center of impulse, or from more than one, and which may be...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - 1860
...every reason to consider it established that an earthquake is simply "the transit of a wave or waves of elastic compression in any direction, from vertically upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through ike crust and surface of the earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one, and which may...
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Notes on the Physical Geography and Meteorology of the South Atlantic ...

William Henry Rosser - 1862 - 264 Seiten
...Mallett says : — " There is every reason to believe that an earthquake is simply the transit of a wave of elastic compression in any direction, from vertically...upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the surface and crust of the earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one, and which may be...
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The St. James's Magazine, Band 8

1863
...elastic compression in any direction to horizontality, in any azimuth, through the surface and crust of the earth, from any centre of impulse or from more than one, which may be attended with tidal and sound waves, dependent upon the impulse, and upon cireumstances...
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Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

1864
...compression in any direction, from vertically upwards to horizontatty in any azimuth, through the substance and surface of the Earth, from any centre of impulse,...upon circumstances of position as to sea and land. To understand the definition we must have a clear notion of what a wave is. We will return to that...
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The Journal of Science, and Annals of Astronomy, Biology, Geology ..., Band 1

James Samuelson, William Crookes - 1864
...Humboldt, is, in fact, to say nothing. What, then, i« an Earthquake ? It is the transit of a wave or waves of elastic compression in any direction, from vertically...upwards to horizontally in any azimuth, through the substance and surface of the Earth, from any centre of impulse, or from more than one ; and which may...
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