What is SEISMIC TRACE? What does SEISMIC TRACE mean? SEISMIC TRACE meaning & explanation
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In seismology, a seismic trace refers to the recorded curve from a single seismograph when measuring ground movement. The name comes from the curve plotted by a seismograph as the paper roll rotated and the needle left a trace from which information about the subsurface could be extracted. Today's instruments record the data digitally and the word trace has come to mean the digital curve.
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