Definition of Earthquake alarm. Meaning of Earthquake alarm. Synonyms of Earthquake alarm

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Definition of Earthquake alarm

Earthquake alarm
Earthquake alarm, a bell signal constructed to operate on the theory that a few seconds before the occurrence of an earthquake the magnet temporarily loses its power.

Meaning of Earthquake alarm from wikipedia

- "Earth's gravity offers earlier earthquake warnings". Retrieved 2016-11-22. "Gravity shifts could sound early earthquake alarm". Retrieved 2016-11-23. "On...
- An earthquake warning system or earthquake early warning system is a system of accelerometers, seismometers, communication, computers, and alarms that...
- accuracy has been increasing, the following erroneous alarms have been issued: 11 March 2011 – The earthquake warning for the Tohoku region underestimated the...
- unofficial earthquake warnings ... in the past three years, none of which has been accurate." The acceptable trade-off between missed quakes and false alarms depends...
- Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami (also known as the Boxing Day Tsunami and, by the scientific community, the Sumatra–Andaman earthquake) occurred at...
- about two centuries ago. An earthquake alarm system has been proposed, based on a video sensing network to capture earthquake light and provide a warning...
- security alarm is a system designed to detect intrusionunauthorized entry – into a building or other area such as a home or school. Security alarms are...
- earthquake (Spanish: Terremoto de Valdivia) or the Great Chilean earthquake (Gran terremoto de Chile) on 22 May 1960 was the most powerful earthquake...
- Tangshan earthquake (Chinese: 唐山大地震; pinyin: Tángshān dà dìzhèn; lit. 'Great Tangshan earthquake'), also known as the Great Tangshan earthquake, was a natural...
- Plate at a rate of 6.4 cm/yr (2.5 in/yr). On 6 September, several earthquake alarms in Mexico City were mistakenly activated and this led to the evacuation...
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