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    faults lead to be a lot more destruction. Earthquakes are a trembling or shaking of the ground caused by a sudden release of energy stored in...

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    and the greatest destruction. In1556 in china, the deadliest earthquake in history killed 840,000 people, But many other...

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    according to this model, which describes an Earth discharging its buildup of heat, relieving stress and regaining a balanced condition through...

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    INTRODUCTION 1 HOW EARTHQUAKES OCCUR 2 Fault types 3 Earthquake fault types 3 Different types of Faults 3 Tidal forces 5...

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    Gurgaon falls under the high-risk Seismic zone IV making it susceptible to earthquakes CONSTRUCTION OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTENT...

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    2011 Christchurch earthquake From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search "Christchurch earthquake"...

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    One of the world's most powerful earthquakes in a century battered Chile on Saturday, killing at least 214 people, knocking down buildings and...

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    PRINCE WILLIAM SOUND EARTHQUAKE OF 1964 INTRODUCTION- The Prince William Sound Earthquake in Alaska, accord on March 27,...

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     Earthquakes can cause great damage. Over the past few years there have been a total of 56-80 earthquakes. It has endangered...

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    Geology 11 Group Activity Locating Earthquake Epicenters Names: Rosales, Urbano, Cadlum, Segundo Section: G Date: September 30, 2013...

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          ​ Our definition is about earthquake. An earthquake is the result ...

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    Earthquakes 1- Earthquakes create dust, debris and gas emissions which release toxic gas which pollute our air....

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    Earthquakes Earthquakes can be caused by two faults that meet or crash together. They are also caused by volcanic activity. The...

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  • EARTHQUAKE

    EARTHQUAKE Earthquake is one of the natural calamities. Its origin can be traced to the early days of earth formation. It is...

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    Earthquakes are one of the most destructive natural disasters. It is when the stored energy beneath the Earth’s surface is discharged and...

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    * SUBTOPIC 3 : Underwater earthquake causing Tsunami. * The 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake was an undersea megathrust...

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    INTRODUCTION An earthquake is a violent movement of rocks in the earth’s crust. Earthquakes are usually quite brief, but may...

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    “Earthquake” was directed and produced by Mark Robson’s in 1974. The Film gives viewers a look upon a catastrophic earthquake...

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     Earthquakes By: Kayla Marie Vargas Period 4 In earth science they talk a lot about different Earthquakes,...

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    What are Earthquakes? The actual defining of a earthquake is: A sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes...

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