• You can possibly determine the different arrival times of p-waves and s-waves from three different seismic stations, depending on their distance from the source of the Earthquake.
• You will most likely get, the time difference between p-waves and s-waves from the three different stations, because these two waves usually have different speeds.
• You can also gather, a more precise record of time difference between the primary and secondary waves, because of the three seismic stations.
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For questions 1 and 2. refer to the figure below: 1. you were provided with data showing the arrival time of the P and S-waves recorded from three seismic stations. which of these can you possibly delermine?*
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A. the damage at the focus
B. the distance to the earthquake
C. the intensity of the earthquake
D. the location of the earthquake
the damage at the focus
the distance to the earthquake
the intensity of the earthquake
the location of the epicenter
D. The location of the epicenter.
Scientists use triangulation to find the epicenter of an earthquake. When seismic data is collected from at least three different locations, it can be used to determine the epicenter by where it intersects. Every earthquake is recorded on numerous seismographs located in different directions.
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