# Earthquake Seismometer Equations Calculator

## Earth Science Geology Geophysics Seismology Formulas

Solving for slip distance length using seismic moment method

#### Inputs:

 seismic moment newton-meternewton-centimeternewton-millimeterdyne-centimeterdyne-meterdyne-millimetergram-centimetergram-metergram-millimeterkilogram-centimeterkilogram-meterkilogram-millimeterkilonewton-meterpound-footpound-inch
 rock rigidity pascalatmospherebardyne/centimeter^2foot of waterinch of mercuryinch of waterkilonewton/meter^2millibarmillimeter of mercurynewton/meter^2pound/foot^2pound/inch^2torr
 fault area meter^2acre internationalacre US surveyarebarncentimeter^2foot^2hectareinch^2kilometer^2mile^2micrometer^2millimeter^2mile^2 nauticalnanometer^2pingtownshipyard^2

#### Conversions:

 seismic moment= 0 = 0dyne-centimeter
 rock rigidity= 0 = 0dyne/centimeter^2
 fault area= 0 = 0centimeter^2

#### Solution:

 slip distance or length= NOT CALCULATED

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