What kinds of earthquake are there?
volcanic earthquake - caused by volcanic eruptions
tectonic earthquake - caused by the movements of the earth's crust
The 2 kinds of earthquake are tectonic earthquake and volcanic earth quake
the different kinds of earthquake are the : 1.TECTONIC EARTQUAKE 2.ARTIFICIAL EARTHQUAKE 3.VOLCANIC EARTHQUAKE
One kind of earthquake is a shallow fault earthquake. The two other kinds are the subduction zone earthquake and a deep earthquake.
Physical and tectonic.
it depends on what building and what level earthquake
What does it
you can try to build under ground walls with won't stop a earthquake but it will slow down the earthquake so it will weaken the earthquake. ?
Titonic and Volcanic
an earthquake can from demolish a whole building to just shake up the earth
A very tall bulding.
tectonic earthquakes- shifting and moving of crustal plates volcanic earthquakes-earthquake caused by a volcanic activity/eruption
deaths, tragedy's, illnesses, and damage
The Panama Canal
deaths, tradegys, illnesses, damage
Usually, the kinds of earthquakes that occur in Hawaii are generated by volcanoes.
No. S waves and P waves are energy waves sent from the epicenter of the earthquake. But they are the part of an earthquake that causes damage.
There are four main kinds of changes that can affect the earth's surface: 1)Earthquake 2)Flood 3)Valcano 4)Temperature
That's because there was an Earthquake there. Cities, towns, and all kinds of stuff were scattered!
All kinds of weather can occur during earthquakes as there is no link between weather and the occurrence of earthquakes.
When the two different kinds of plates collide, a part of the world starts to shake exactly like an earthquake.
1) tectonic, 2) volcanic or can be 1) natural, 2) induced (that is induced by human activity, such as mines and reservoirs). I Hope it would help you :) ..
You could organize the kinds of weather into 5 basic groups: Precipitation (rain, etc.), clouds, earth-based (earthquake, volcano, etc.), passive (heat wave, frost, dew, etc.) and destructive (tornado, hurricane, thunderstorm, lightning, etc.). Then you could list the kinds for each group: Precipitation: Rain Snow Sleet Hail Clouds: Cumulus
Natural hazards such as forest fire, earthquake, volcano, tsunami. Man made hazards such as automobiles, nuclear plants, aeroplanes, industrial hazards, workplace hazards.
All kinds of people are involved i am currently in haiti helping out and we have many air force bases and President Barack Obama is helping out and all the relief fundraisers going on for haiti...
I don't think there is, or will be soon, a way to stop earthquakes. They are, I suppose, beefing up early warning devices to monitor quakes to TRY to warn people and also to warn about Tsunamis that an earthquake may spawn;but many of the effected areas are remote and with little communication.
The data show what kinds of seismic waves the earthquake produced and how strong they were. The data also help geologists infer how much movement occurred along the fault and the strength of the rocks that broke when the fault slipped. Geologists use all this information to rate the quake on the moment magnitude scale.
Tectonic earthquake volcanic earthquake and artificial earthquake
We know this mostly from the way different kinds of earthquake vibrations travel through the Earth, and where they are picked up. P waves can travel through liquids, but only solids can transmit S waves.
Earthquake is named earthquake because this time is quake
Its when a earthquake happens and then a tsunami can come with the earthquake or as a after shock after the earthquake.
the power of the earthquake, force, vibration caused by the earthquake is known as the magnitude of the earthquake
Earthquakes are like a rubber band. They both have limits. If you strech a rubber band the farthest it can, it will eventually meet it's elastic limit or the point where it can strech its farthest. If you go any farther than its elastic limit the rubber band will break. This is an example of how earthquakes are formed.I'm not sure if a volcano can cause earthquake or an earthquake can cause an volcanic eruption… Read More
There are no kinds of earthquakes, but types of body and surface waves that are basically the body of the earthquake. There are Primary and Secondary (P and S waves), which are body waves, and can only go through the 'body' of the earth. Surface waves (Raleigh and Love waves) only occur on the surface (hence the title 'surface waves'). Surface waves cause the most damage.
the energy is stored before the earthquake in the exinstle manner of the earthquake. The exinstile manner is below the earthquake where the rumble happens.
The earthquake in Haiti.
The 1933 Sanriku earthquake was a major earthquake.
the focus of the earthquake is where the earthquake started NO REALLY
A plutonic Earthquake is an earthquake which occurs in the ocean
Japan had Tsunami and an Earthquake Kansas had an earthquake
S Waves, or Secondary Waves, are the most powerful and destructive kind of seismic wave. However, S Waves cannot travel through liquids the way that other kinds of waves can.
1906 San Francisco Earthquake 1957 Daly City, California Earthquake 1964 Alaska "Good Friday" Earthquake 1989 Loma Prieta Earthquake 1994 Northridge Earthquake 1995 Kobe Earthquake 2001 Olympia, Washington Earthquake 2004 Sumatra Earthquake and Tsunami 2005 Kashmir Earthquake 2003 Bam, Iran Earthquake 2004 Sumatra, Indonesia
It was a 9.0 level earthquake
The tsunami came after the earthquake. The earthquake happened in Japan.
The greatest earthquake was the 1960 Chile earthquake.
When an earthquake happens the earth quakes, it shakes.
the worst earthquake in history is the hediezz earthquake
The source of earthquake waves is the epicenter of the earthquake.
the magnitude of an earthquake is the amount of energy released by the earthquake. The magnitude of an earthquake is measured by the Richter scale.
0 cannot describe an earthquake because if it is 0 it is not an earthquake. but more than 0 is an earthquake
yes the Hawkes bay earthquake is the some as the Napier earthquake