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It was 2004 when a earthquake struck in the middle of theIndian ocean it's measurement is 9.8 critical scale biggest ever in centeries.

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What is used to record the shaking of a earthquake?

Seismograph.


What is used to record ground shaking and earthquake magnitude?

seismograph♥


What is seismic shaking-?

"Seismic" refers to an earthquake, so seismic shaking is the shaking motion of the earth (and things on it) caused by an earthquake.


The amount of shaking produced by an earthquake at a given location is called the .?

The amount of shaking produced by an earthquake at a given location is called the intensity.


Where do people first feel the ground shaking during an earthquake?

People first feel the ground shaking at the epicenter of an earthquake.


What is seismic shaking?

"Seismic" refers to an earthquake, so seismic shaking is the shaking motion of the earth (and things on it) caused by an earthquake. There are different waves that emanate from the hypocenter, or point of origin.


The amount of shaking produced by an earthquake at a given location is called the?

The amount of shaking produced by an earthquake at a given location is called the intensity.


How can an earthquake start an earthquake?

The ground starts shaking lol


What is the shaking of the ground that precedes an earthquake?

Tremors


A magnitude-5.0 earthquake releases about how many times more energy than a 4.0 magnitude earthquake?

An earthquake with a magnitude of 5.0 has a shaking amplitude 10 times that of an earthquake with a 4.0 magnitude.


When an earthquake occurs is shaking greater?

Yes, shaking is a primary characteristic of earthquakes


Who would feel the ground shaking first in an earthquake?

i depends where the earthquake is.


Where is shaking be greater if there is an earthquake?

in baguio


What measures the shaking in an earthquake?

seismoscope


What causes shaking of the crust of the earth?

A shaking of the crust of the Earth could symbolize an Earthquake. This shaking of the crust can be measured with special machines.


Violent shaking from an earthquake can cause soil and rock on slopes to move and cause a?

Violent shaking from an earthquake can cause soil and rock on slopes to fail and cause a landslide


What kind of shaking can a building withstand the best in an earthquake?

Most buildings can withstand vertical shaking


What does personification sentence the china danced on the shelves during the earthquake mean?

there


What is the intensity of an earthquake?

The intensity of an earthquake is a largely subjective measure of the shaking at a given site.


What causes the noise of an earthquake?

The noise when there's an earthquake is when the buildings fall or the thunder or the shaking


What is the shaking and trembling of earth's crust?

earthquake


Shaking of the ground that precedes an earthquake?

Tremors


What does earthquake mean in Greek?

earth shaking


What is the amount of shaking of an earthquake called?

c.intensity


What is the behavior of an earthquake?

shaking ground and cracking