vibration, ground Ground vibration due to seismic or other activity (e.g. industrial) may be transmitted to structures, the effects on them varying according to the amplitude of the ground motion, the rock or soil through which the vibration travels, and the length of time for which it persists. See VIBROSEIS.
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