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MMale
MMiddle
MMonthly
M1000 (Roman numeral)
MMonsieur
MMeter (SI unit of length)
MMega- (Million)
MMusic
MMoney
MMedia
MMember
MManagement
MMaster
MMean (arithmetic average; math; statistics)
MMachine
MMouth
MMulti
MMaterials
MMillion
MMike (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMedium
MMission
MMarried (with spouse)
MManual
MModified
MMissing
MMass (as in E=mc^2)
MMuseum
MMinor (IRB)
MUS Marine Corps
MMarine (German)
MModule (abstract algebra, mathematical object)
MMetro (Washington DC public transit)
MMetro Toronto (postal code designation, Canada)
MMeta (benzene)
MMillennium
MMint
MMagnetic
MMilwaukee (ammunition headstamp)
MMatrix Protein (virus protein)
MManager (baseball)
MMach (multiple of speed of sound)
MManchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
MMandatory
MModerate Risk
MMilitary (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MMomentum
MSlope
MMotorsport (BMW)
MMedley
MMagenta
MMilli-
MMurderer (from the Movie M)
MMoment Magnitude
MMisdemeanor
MUnfounded (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMagnitude (Richter scale)
MMessier (Cataloguer of Stellar Objects)
MMunich (auto license plate)
MMechanized
MMinesweeper (Navy vessel)
MMethionine (amino acid)
Mmicrometer
MMucor (microbiology)
MMycobacterium
MMarquess (British title of nobility)
MMetropolitano (Lisbon underground)
MMaintainability
MNatural Mortality (fisheries population dynamics)
MMultisource
MMesial
MMolarity
MMean Anomaly (astronomy)
MMultipara
MMultimission (US military aircraft modified mission symbol)
MModerata Samlingspartiet (Swedish political party)
MMerchant Marine Reserve (US Navy)
MMobility Ratio
MMole/Molar
MMeasured Ceiling (weather reports)
MMetroad (Australian road system)
MMid-Course Update
MMature Age 17+ (ESRB; game rating)
MModifier Function Bit
MMyasistchev (Soviet aircraft designer)
MObjective C Implementation File (file extension)
MMotormännens Riksorganisation (Swedish automobile owners association)
MManual Tuned NAVAID
MChief of the British Secret Service, MI6 (in James Bond Films)
MUS DoT tire speed rating (81 mph)
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from November 9, 1996 to April 26, 2004, the Zinkgruvan network detected, located and quantified 6031 rockbursts within a moment magnitude range from -2.
In other words, moment magnitude measures the cause rather than the effect.
Although researchers have developed more than a dozen other ways of calculating earthquake magnitude, moment magnitude remains the figure of choice among seismologists, especially for earthquakes larger than magnitude 6.
After determining the moment magnitude, they release this number, which may fall above or below the preliminary one.
Unless further elaboration is required, SCIENCE NEWS will continue its tradition of using the generic word "magnitude," which in the case of recent earthquakes refers to a determination of moment magnitude.
The empirically found seismic moment magnitude relations have always been written as a linear relation between log [M.
In recent years, the moment magnitude M instead of seismic moment itself, became a frequently used measure of the earthquake strength.
o] = spectral a mplitude, M = moment magnitude, E = seismic energy, P- = P wave, and S- = S wave.
Geological Survey--as to the hypocenter, epicenter, depth, and moment magnitude.
In [5] presented an approach based on localizing the optical disk using Haar wavelet and active Contour model and used for rotation compensation and also Fourier-Mellin transform coefficients and complex moment magnitudes of the rotated retinal image have been used for feature definition.
In comparing the golf knee loads to those experienced during the two athletic maneuvers, it was discovered that the drop jump landing produced similar valgus/abduction moment magnitudes to golf (STR = 5%, EXT = + 8% greater), while the valgus/abduction knee moment during side-step cutting was 50-71% greater than those experienced by the target side leg during the golf swing.