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Seismic waves are studied by geophysicists called seismologists. Seismic wave fields are recorded by a seismometer, hydrophone (in water), or accelerometer. The propagation velocity of seismic waves depends on density and elasticity of the medium as well as the type of wave.

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Seismic Wave Speed. Seismic waves travel fast, on the order of kilometers per second (km/s). The precise speed that a seismic wave travels depends on several factors, most important is the composition of the rock. We are fortunate that the speed depends on the rock type because it allows us to use observations recorded on seismograms to infer ...

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Seismic Wave Speed Seismic waves travel fast, on the order of kilometers per second (km/s). The precise speed that a seismic wave travels depends on several factors, most important is the composition of the rock. We are fortunate that the speed de...

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Seismic waves travel fast, on the order of kilometers per second (km/s). The precise speed that a seismic wave travels depends on several factors, most important is the composition of the rock.

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Which kind of seismic wave is fastest moving? A) P waves B) S waves C) surface waves D) Seismic waves all travel at the same speed.

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The speed of seismic waves are mostly affected by depth and rock type, however there are other factors that determine the speed. Increased temperature is known to lower the speed and increased ...

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The speed of seismic waves are affected by the type of material that the waves are traveling through. in other words (as an example): some type of waves can travel through rocks but not through ...

www.britannica.com/science/seismic-wave

Of the body waves, the primary, or P, wave has the higher speed of propagation and so reaches a seismic recording station faster than the secondary, or S, wave. P waves, also called compressional or longitudinal waves, give the transmitting medium—whether liquid, solid, or gas—a back-and-forth motion in the direction of the path of propagation, thus stretching or compressing the medium as ...

hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Waves/seismic.html

Seismic Waves. Since the Earth or any other planetary body can be considered to be an elastic object, it will support the propagation of traveling waves.A disturbance like an earthquake at any point on the Earth will produce energetic waves called seismic waves.

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Earthquake waves usually compose of compressional waves, shear waves and surface waves and other long period standing waves (sometimes called normal modes). Different waves have different wave speeds in different materials. Typically in earth crus...