seismic risk

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Chile Earthquake 2010 - Maipú 1.JPG


seismic risk (countable and uncountable, plural seismic risks)

  1. An assessment of the probability that the social or economic consequences of an earthquake would exceed a specific value at a specific place and time; used in the planning of buildings etc.


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