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  • Earthquake - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    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.

  • Earthquakes - Earthquake Hazards Program


    USGS Earthquake Hazards Program, responsible for monitoring, reporting, and
    researching earthquakes and earthquake hazards.

  • Latest Earthquakes - Earthquake Hazards Program


    ListClicking the list icon in the top right corner will load the earthquake list. ... icon
    in the top right corner lets you change which earthquakes are displayed, and ...

  • Earthquake Hazards Program


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

  • Earthquakes - Environment - National Geographic


    Get Earthquake facts, photos, wallpapers, news and safety tips at National

  • Earthquakes 101 - National Geographic


    When the trembling stops, the disaster is only the beginning.

  • Tweets about #earthquake hashtag on Twitter

    https://twitter.com/hashtag/earthquake - 8 hours ago

    On Mar 30 @weatherchannel tweeted: "Largest #earthquake of 2015 so far strik..
    " - read what others are saying and join the conversation.

  • Latest Earthquakes in the world - EMSC


    Latest Earthquakes in the world. World earthquake list. Earthquake information.
    earthquakes today - recent and latest earthquakes, earthquake map and ...

  • Earthquake (1974) - IMDb


    With Charlton Heston, Ava Gardner, George Kennedy, Lorne Greene. Various
    stories of various people as an earthquake of un-imagineable magnitude hits Los

  • Virtual Courseware : Earthquake : Home


    An interactive exercise which demonstrates how seismologists pinpoint the
    epicenter of an earthquake using seismic waves.