noun, plural seis·mic·i·ties.
the frequency, intensity, and distribution of earthquakes in a given area.
Origin of seismicity
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Contemporary Examples of seismicity
In fact, these earthquakes illustrate a couple of things to bear in mind when it comes to seismicity.A Lot of Earthquakes Have Been Reported Lately, but Scientists Aren’t Worried
April 2, 2014
Historical Examples of seismicity
The historic record of seismicity in California is too short to determine confidently how often large earthquakes reoccur.
seismic activity; the phenomenon of earthquake activity or the occurrence of artificially produced earth tremors
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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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