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How many seismograph stations are needed to alocate the epicenter of an earthquake?


Question asked by: monthlyp

Asked on: 18 Nov 2008

Usually the triangulation method is used, making three measurements, and then using simple geometry/maths to locate the positioning.
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Replied at: 23 Nov 2008
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