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were do earthquakes happen Earthquakes occur mainly near the edges of tectonic plates
what is the direct cause of earthquakes Elastic rebound is the direct cause of earthquakes
were do earthquakes waves travel Earthquake energy travels as body waves through the Earth’s interior or as surface waves along the surface of the Earth.
what dose a Seismologists detect Seismologists detect seismic waves and record them as seismograms.
what is the s-p time method The S-P time method is the simplest method to use to find an earthquake’s epicenter
what is the Richter scale Seismologists use the Richter scale to measure an earthquake’s strength, Seismologists use the Modified Mercalli Intensity Scale to measure an earthquake’s intensity
earthquake hazard Earthquake hazard is a measure of how likely an area is to have earthquakes in the future
Seismologists knowledge Seismologists use their knowledge of the relationship between earthquake strength and frequency and of the gap hypothesis to forecast earthquakes
what can be strengthened Homes and buildings and bridges can be strengthened to decrease earthquake damage
who should safe guard there homes People who live in earthquake zones should safeguard their home against earthquakes.
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