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The scientists placed geophones, which convert ground vibrations into electronic signals, near the stomping grounds of wild elephants in Kenya.
Like seismographs, geophones convert ground vibrations into measurable electronic signals, but are smaller, lighter and better suited to field work.
That observation argues for the installation of permanent geophone networks in tourist areas around the Dead Sea.
The geophones record the scattering and reflection of vibrations to image underground structures, and tease out problems that may lay under the surface.
Geophones on the surface picked up the waves on their return and provided a depth reading.
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