Origin of epicenter
Related formsep·i·cen·tral, adjective
Examples from the Web for epicentre
The method employed by him for the purpose is no less simple theoretically than that used for locating the epicentre.
Lines drawn through places around the epicentre at which the shock arrives at the same moment are called coseismal lines.
With three exceptions, the records are insufficient to determine the positions of the epicentre with any approach to exactness.
The point of origin is called the centre or seismic focus, and the place on the surface vertically over it the epicentre.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
One of the first objects in the investigation of an earthquake is to determine the position and form of the epicentre.