File:Training for On-Site Inspections (4-15 March 2013) (8567979473).jpg
Trainees examine samples of seismic data collected at previous exercises that may help identify the location of a possible nuclear explosion. Following an underground nuclear explosion, geological structures at the site of the explosion will settle, causing minute seismic events known as aftershocks with distinct seismic signatures that can be detected by what is called the Seismic Aftershock Monitoring System.
Credit: M Prah\CTBTO
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