seismicity

[sahyz-mis-i-tee, sahys-]

Origin of seismicity

First recorded in 1900–05; seismic + -ity
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British Dictionary definitions for seismicity

seismicity

noun
  1. seismic activity; the phenomenon of earthquake activity or the occurrence of artificially produced earth tremors
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seismicity in Science

seismicity

[sīz-mĭsĭ-tē]
  1. The frequency or magnitude of earthquake activity in a given area. Global seismicity maps show that the regions where seismicity is the highest correspond with the edges of the tectonic plates.
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