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seismic

relating to or caused by earthquakes or artificially produced earth tremors
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Bhutan being located within one of the most seismically active zones in the world, we are working with Ericsson to put in place a backup telecom core network that enables a seamless and uninterrupted connectivity experience for our users across the country."
Through extensive consultations with the local community and the DGMC, HECFN will seismically strengthen the structure while preserving centuries-old paintings within the monastery.
Currently, only a fraction of Californians, including workers in the tech sector, maintain earthquake insurance or have seismically retrofitted their property.
During a heated battle last year, the City Council struggled to settle on a policy that would encourage building owners to seismically strengthen vulnerable buildings.
Once found, he said, the district will need to do the research to make sure it is more seismically sound than the one they're moving from.
First; Assessment of percentage of seismically vulnerable houses in Pakistan second; Evaluation of modification in construction after 2005 Kashmir earthquake third; Evaluation of expected damage if same earthquake occurs again and i mportance of work out a plan to enhance seismic safety of houses against such events fourth; Evaluation of important factors to be considered while proposing procedures to enhance seismic safety of houses
Greece lies in a highly seismically active part of the Mediterranean, but most quakes cause no damage or injuries.
Geologists say the sea-bed might rise much further, judging by the mud volcanoes found in the bed's seismically active areas, giving way to springs of water.
A Chirpan lies in one of the most seismically active areas of Bulgaria a the Chirpan-Plovdiv fault and was virtually razed to the ground in 1928, when a 7 Richter scale earthquake struck the area.
Turkey is located in a seismically active area, and the earthquakes, often leading to the loss of human life, occur here frequently.
Greece is Europe's most seismically active country and experiences frequent earthquakes, accounting for half of the continent's recorded quakes.
Continuous earthquakes in seismically active Iran have been a source of concern for people in neighbouring countries, including the UAE.