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(az &#x2202; muth&#x2019; &#x2202;l an, &#x012B; so&#x2019; tr&#x2202;p &#x0113;) A difference in properties (such as seismic velocity) with azimuth, such as produced by oriented near-vertical fractures. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:anisotropy_(seismic)|''anisotropy (seismic)'']] and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:birefringence|''birefringence'']].
 
(az &#x2202; muth&#x2019; &#x2202;l an, &#x012B; so&#x2019; tr&#x2202;p &#x0113;) A difference in properties (such as seismic velocity) with azimuth, such as produced by oriented near-vertical fractures. See [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:anisotropy_(seismic)|''anisotropy (seismic)'']] and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:birefringence|''birefringence'']].
 
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(az ∂ muth’ ∂l an, ī so’ tr∂p ē) A difference in properties (such as seismic velocity) with azimuth, such as produced by oriented near-vertical fractures. See anisotropy (seismic) and birefringence.