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Seismic Waves and the Interior of the Earth Video

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INFO SHEET - Seismic waves - Seismic waves are waves that travel through or over the Earth. They are usually generated by movements of the Earth’s tectonic plates (earthquakes) but may also be caused by explosions, volcanoes and landslides. Studies of the different types of seismic waves can tell us much about the nature of the Earth’s structure.

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A 3D seismic image of Japan's southeastern margin

Subduction in the Nankai trench off the Izu Peninsula, Japan. University of Texas Jackson School of Geosciences.

Beautiful interpreted seismic line, Santos Basin, Brazil, by Chris Jackson (2012), GSA Bulletin.

Beautiful interpreted seismic line, Santos Basin, Brazil, by Chris Jackson GSA Bulletin.

Comparison of seismic images obtained before and after the earthquake.

Coseismic fault rupture at the trench axis during the 2011 Tohoku-oki earthquake

seismic attributes

seismic attributes

What Is Seismology and What Are Seismic Waves?

What Is Seismology and What Are Seismic Waves?

Geosoft Modelling gravity magnetic Seismic and Well Input

Geosoft Modelling gravity magnetic Seismic and Well Input

Earthquake Wave Analogies: UNLIKE ripples on/in water - Part 2/2 Comparing seismic waves to ripples in water. This animation explores how seismic waves are UNLIKE ripples on water. Dr. Geophysics helps explain 4 significant differences.

Earthquake Wave Analogies: UNLIKE ripples on/in water - Part Comparing seismic waves to ripples in water. This animation explores how seismic waves are UNLIKE ripples on water. Geophysics helps explain 4 significant differences.

Beautiful seismic reflection image from M. Stanley, "The importance of low frequencies in seismic imaging and how to acquire them," New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals.

Beautiful seismic reflection image from M. Stanley, "The importance of low frequencies in seismic imaging and how to acquire them," New Zealand Petroleum & Minerals.