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Earthquakes

Yo yo yo I'm back at it again with those Geography stuff.

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What is the name of the tool that measure the strength or force of an earthquake? Seismograph
What is the name of the scale that describes the strength or force of the earthquake? Richter Scale
What is the focus? It is where it sends out vibrations
Where is the focus? It is beneath the ground and the locations may vary
What and where is the epicentre? It is above the focus and it is were all the damage is done
What could happen in the scale between 0 and 1.9? It would be detected by the seismograph only
What could happen in the scale between 2 and 2.9? Hanging objects could swing
What could happen in the scale between 3 and 3.9? It feels like the vibration of a passing truck
What could happen in the scale between 4 and 4.9? Windows may break
What could happen in the scale between 5 and 5.9? Furniture may move
What could happen in the scale between 6 and 6.9? Some damage to buildings
What could happen in the scale between 7 and 7.9? Buildings may move and cracks could appear in the earth
What could happen in the scale between 8 and 8.9? Bridges and buildings destroyed
What could happen in the scale between 9 and over? Near total destruction
Created by: Kamil1A
 

 



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