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Did the earthquake in japan occur at the same time as the tsunami?

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No, the earthquake in the ocean cause the water to make the tsunami

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Yes, they did. Tsunami usually follows closely after the earthquake, as it is the earthquakes release of evergy that causes the tsunami.


No. A tsunami is a wave that is caused by an earthquake.


Yes, the 9.0 magnitude earthquake caused the tsunami.


They could, but it would be very hard. Usually a earthquake causes a tsunami, so a tsunami couls start in the middle of the earthquake.


The earthquake that caused the tsunami was on the same day, 29 September, 2009.


Bear in mind that it is not just the Richter scale measurement which determines the severity of a tsunami which results from an earthquake; the location of the earthquake is also relevant. And inland earthquake does not produce the same tsunami as an underwater earthquake. That said, 8.3 is an extremely powerful earthquake which could produce a tsunami that would travel for thousands of miles and cause immense dammage over a very wide area.


The first tsunami was on the West Coast of Africa and after the tsunami Africa stayed the same then before. Japan


The last tsunami to hit Hawaii was on March 10, 2011. It was the same Tsunami that hit Japan.


Yes it is possible. The 7.5 magnitude earthquake caused a large tsunami.


Tsunamis and thunderstorms are completely unrelated phenomena. It is definitely possible for a thunderstorm and a tsunami to occur in the same place at the same time, but it would be entirely by coincidence.


The fault line is the subduction zone. The earthquake cause there is a megathrust earthquake. Megathrust are one of the most powerful earthquake. In order for a tsunami to be created the earthquake must be at least 7.5 or higher. Every megathrust earthquake creates a tsunami. The 8.8 earthquake that struck off the coast of Chile is one of the fault lines that created a tsunami. But the tsunami wasn't not big when it hit Hawaii. But in 1960, a 9.5 earthquake that struck off the coast from the same area generate a powerful tsunami that hit Hawaii and Japan. The waves was 35 ft when it hit Hawaii. The 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami was cause by a fault line. There is a risk in the Pacific Northwest. Where are fault there capable of creating powerful earthquake and tsunami. It's now since 300 years since that last time it happened in 1700. Now the stress is building there and scientist said that it has a 1 in 50 chance that the area will rupture in the next 50 years.


yes it's the same as the earthquake scale the Richter scale


No. While a tsunami can be considered a type of flood, most floods are not tsunamis. A tsunami is a flood resulting from a large, long wavelength wave usually triggered by an undersea earthquake. Flooding can occur in a number of other ways and due to a number of causes, the most common of which is too much rain.


When the earthquakes rotates, there will be movements in water, this produces tsunami, and when the waves of the tsunami meets the old waves, they overlap and they form a new wave.


At the same time during the pearl harbor attack, there was a nuclear radiation, a tsunami and an earthquake. Also that albert einstien invented an atomic bomb. the russains bombed it to japan and it killed hundreds of people in japan. A japanese guy (i do not know this guy's name) who survived 2 nuclear attacks in japan.


Actually, tsunamis are caused by earthquakes, underwater explosions, and volcanic eruptions.


no tsunami is like a big wave caused by an earthquake or landslide. a tidal is caused by the moon gravitational pull on earth its alot littler than a tsunami


California was impacted by a tsunami on March 10, 2011. There was some damage and one person was killed. The same tsunami killed over 15,000 people in Japan.


No. A typhoon is the same thing as a hurricane, only occurring in a different part of the world. A tsunami is a large ocean wave or series of waves triggered by an underwater earthquake or landslide.


It affects the u.s because the us gets alot of imports from japan and with the tsunami and everything destroyed, they probably wont import the goods any more. Additionally, the damage and casualties from this earthquake and it's resulting tsunami help us understand and better prepare ourselves for a similar event that could possibly occur in the Pacific Northwest. Just off the coast of Oregon & Washington is a similar earthquake hazard called the Cascadia Subduction Zone, which is capable of producing the same type of tsunami inducing earthquake. Researchers have estimated that this area of our Pacific Northwest ruptures every 240 years on average, but the last time was 1700, so we could be overdue for a similar event on our side of the pacific.


The tsunami that hit the Hilo Bay area of Hawaii in May of 1960 killed 61 people. The same tsunami also killed 138 people in Japan.


Some similarities was that their plate boundary was the same.


India does not have earthquakes like Japan, so therefore it is not prepared for one, in India it does not have the same problems that Japan has, since Japan is in the Pacific Ocean, and India, is in the Indian Ocean.


They occur because of nature. Volcanic eruptions signal off an earthquake because normally a volcanic eruption and an earthquake are on a fault line/edge of a tectonic plate.


The last tsunami to hit the US was in March 2011. The same tsunami that hit Japan also caused damage in Hawaii and along the U.S. West Coast. One person in California was killed.



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