THE object of this communication is to call attention to the apparently high velocity with which motion is transmitted from an earthquake centre to places distant from it a quarter of the earth's circumference, and to the importance of instituting an extended systematic observation of these movements.
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MILNE, J. The Observation of Earth-Waves and Vibrations. Nature 51, 548–549 (1895). https://doi.org/10.1038/051548a0
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