the point directly above where the earthquake occured
the distance between to successive waves
the result of an event that completely destroys something
the act of something that has great strength
further tremours after the initial earthquake
the measurement of the strength of an earthquake at its epicentre
a large ocean wave that is caused by suudden motion on the ocean floor
something that occurs when movement in the earth disrupts.
the unit used to measure the strength of an eathquake
lines in the earth most likey to have an eartquake occur near, or on
the theory of movement that occurs between continents drifting over time
earthquakes are most common here because of the different tectonic plates that meet.
when the water quickly receeds from the beach in anticipation of a tsunami
tsunami warning system
a system made for early detection of a tsunami
how deep something is.
the name of a mass continent present over 180 million years ago. Does not exist anymore due to continental drift
a continent from over 180 million years ago
the outter layer of the earth
a continent from over 200 million years ago
the very centre of the earth
strike slip, normal and thrust
the three different types of fault lines.