[ mˈakɹə͡ʊ sˈa͡ɪzəmz], [ mˈakɹəʊ sˈaɪzəmz], [ m_ˈa_k_ɹ_əʊ s_ˈaɪ_z_ə_m_z]
Related words: earthquake, tectonic plates, seismic waves, seismograph, earthquake waves, earthquakes and tsunamis, seismologist
How to use "Macro seisms" in context?
Macro-seismicity is the study of earthquakes of magnitude 6.0 and greater.Compared to micro earthquakes, larger earthquakes tend to have a widerarray of occurring ground motion types and magnitudes, suggesting a greater complexity in their source Lisbon earthquake . Macro-seismicity is also the most common type of seismic activity, with almost two-thirds of all recordedearthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or greater beingmacro-seismic events.
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