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Earthquake   (translated from Italian)
... a tremor of the land surface. The earthquakes are typically the result of the movement ... constant movement (sees tettonica plate) and the earthquakes are taken place when tension turning out ... necessary (and consequent the greater frequency of earthquakes serves to define them) on the borders ... in the borders between plates are said earthquakes interplacca; that less you attend that they ... the plates of the litosfera are said earthquakes intraplacca. The earthquakes are taken place ...
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2004 Indian Ocean earthquake
... close to ten minutes when most major earthquakes last no more than a few seconds ... least a few centimetres. It also triggered earthquakes elsewhere, as far away as Alaska . The ... the Alpide belt. Since 1900 the only earthquakes recorded with a greater magnitude were the ... of comparable magnitude. The only other recorded earthquakes of magnitude 9.0 or greater were two off Kamchatka, Russia on October 16, 1737 and ...
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Behring, Vitus Of ionassen   (translated from Russian)
... y"yay led the first and second Kamchatka expeditions. It passed along the strait between ... y"yya - y"y' , after the connection Kamchatka to Russia, on the indication of Peter ... Okhotsk and by the western coast of Kamchatka. After obtaining about this information, it decided ... it assumed, is located not far from Kamchatka or even is clamped s Aziyey . In ... of the expeditions, after being directed from Kamchatka to the southwest, reached the middle ...
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Беринг,_Витус_Ионассен - 27k - Cached (Russian) - Wikipedia (Russian) - Similar pages

Earthquake in the Indian Ocean in 2004   (translated from Russian)
... scale, which is more precise for the earthquakes of this value [ 1 ], earthquake intensity composed ... S y900 of year by the registered earthquakes with the larger force were Great Chilean ... y9shch2 to year near the southern shore Kamchatka [ 4 ] (see 10 strongest earthquakes). Each of these earthquakes also involved tsunami (in Pacific Ocean), ...
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Землетрясение_в_Индийско ... - 65k - Cached (Russian) - Wikipedia (Russian) - Similar pages

Megathrust earthquake
... shallow dip of the plate boundary, these earthquakes are among the world's largest, with ... to the Ring of Fire. Since these earthquakes deform the ocean floor, they almost always generate a significant tsunami. All five earthquakes since 1900 of magnitude 9 or greater have been megathrust earthquakes. Some examples of megathrust earthquakes are: 1700 Cascadia Earthquake (magnitude 9. ...
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Pacific Ring of Fire
... of Fire is a zone of frequent earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that encircles the basin ... seismic belt. 90% of the world's earthquakes and 81% of the world's largest earthquakes occur within the Ring of Fire. The ... next most seismic region (5-6% of earthquakes and 17% of the world's largest earthquakes) is the Alpide belt which extends ...
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Avacha Volcano
... 2,741 metres (8,993 feet) Location: Kamchatka, Russia Coordinates: 53°15′N, 158°50′ ... Russian: ) is an active volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia ... lies within sight of the capital of Kamchatka Oblast, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky. Together with neighbouring Koryaksky ... source of dynamic volcanism over the whole Kamchatka Peninsula. The volcano is one of the most active volcanoes on the Kamchatka Peninsula, and began erupting in the ...
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Geography of Russia
... border. Topography The Lake Palanskoye in northern Kamchatka was formed when a large landslide disrupted ... along the Pacific coast to the northern Kamchatka Peninsula. The zone is known for its ... country and forming the spine of the Kamchatka Peninsula, and lesser mountains extending along the ... is an extremely mountainous region. The long Kamchatka Peninsula, which juts southward into the Sea ... chain continues from the southern tip of Kamchatka southward through the Kuril Islands chain ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geography_of_Russia - 53k - Cached - Similar pages

Earthquake   (translated from Chinese)
... is smaller than 2.5 magnitude of earthquakes, the people are not generally easy to ... In 2.5-5.0 magnitude of earthquakes, nearby the epicenter person can have the ... is bigger than 5.0 magnitude of earthquakes, can create the building varying degree the ... South America ChileIn 8.9 magnitude of earthquakes. Sees also specifically:In □mold Intensity Refers ...
http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/地震 - 24k - Cached (Chinese) - Wikipedia (Chinese) - Similar pages

User:BozMo/version 1 list
... rash edema Earthquake Shaanxi Earthquake Cascadia Earthquake Kamchatka earthquakes New Madrid Earthquake Charleston earthquake 1906 San Francisco earthquake 1923 Great Kanto earthquake Kamchatka earthquakes Great Chilean Earthquake Good Friday Earthquake 1970 ...
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