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Earthquake Australia

The question of whether Australia is a safe place of an earthquake is still controversial. Australia is not located in an active seismic zone. In fact, Australia is not at the plate border but in the middle of plate tectonics . However, earthquakes still occur in small strength each day. According to seismologist it has …

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Deadliest Earthquakes

One of the deadliest earthquakes since 1900 happened in off the west coast of northern Sumatra that happened on a date of 26 December 2004 and at 07:58 a.m. local time with the size o f9.1Magnitude. The fatalities are about more than 200.000 people. The tsunami caused more casualties than any other in recorded history. …

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Alaska Earthquake Today

Alaska earthquake occurred on March 28, 1964 in a good friday. The strength of the earthquake was listed as the second largest in the world, which discharged a mega thrust 9.2 magnitude on the Richter scale. The earthquake occurred at a depth of about 25 kilometers to the ground surface included for quite close (shallow …

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