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  • Earthquake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake - 19 hours ago

    An earthquake (also known as a quake, tremor or temblor) is the result of a
    sudden release of energy in the Earth's crust that creates seismic waves.

  • Latest Earthquakes - USGS


    Help. Contact Us. About ANSS Comprehensive Catalog. Earthquake Hazards
    Program. In Partnership With. Please click the list, map or options icon from

  • Earthquake Hazards Program


    Jan 23, 2014 ... Gateway to US Geological Survey web resources on earthquakes, including
    information on recent quakes, earthquake preparedness, building ...

  • Earthquakes - Earthquake Hazards Program


    Mar 5, 2014 ... The Hawaiian Islands are especially vulnerable to destructive tsunamis
    generated by major earthquakes in the circum-Pacific Ring of Fire.

  • Seismic Monitor - Recent earthquakes on a world map with regional ...


    Latest earthquakes map with news, lists and links to 3D maps. Mapa de últimos
    terremotos incluso boletines, noticias y enlaces a visor 3D. El único Monitor ...

  • Earthquake | FEMA.gov


    NEHRP logo. National Earthquake Hazards Reduction Program (NEHRP) ... Visit
    the USGS Earthquake Hazards Program to learn about earthquakes worldwide.

  • Recent Earthquakes for Los_Angeles - (SCEC) Data Center


    Maps are updated within about 5 minutes of an earthquake or once an hour.
    Brown lines represent known hazardous faults or fault zones. White lines are

  • Southern California Earthquake Center


    The Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC) is a community of over 600
    scientists, students, and others at over 60 institutions worldwide, headquartered ...

  • Earthquake (1974) - IMDb


    Directed by Mark Robson. With Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, George Kennedy,
    Lorne Greene. Various stories of various people as an earthquake of ...

  • Earthquake


    Virtual Courseware : Earthquake This activity illustrates how seismic waves are
    used to determine the magnitude of an earthquake and to locate its epicenter.