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Seismograms live from around the world

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Seismograms live from around the world; 1999; FS; 176-99; Woodward, Robert L.; Shedlock, Kaye M.; Bolton, Harold F.

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You can view earthquakes as they happen! Seismograms from seismic stations around the world are broadcast live, via the Internet, and are updated every 30 minutes, With an Internet connection and a web browser, you can view current seismograms and earthquake locations on your own computer. With special software also available via the Internet, you can obtain seismic data as it arrives from a global network of seismograph stations.

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