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1.The record produced by a seismometer.
4.Takes into account the size of the fault rupture, the amount of movement along the fault, and the rocks' stiffness.
7.A large ocean wave generated by vertical motions of the sea flow during an earthquake.
10.Squeeze and pull rocks in the same direction along which waves are traveling.
11.Cause rocks to move at right angles in relation to the direction of the waves.
12.The resulting fractures or system of fractures, along which the movement takes places.
13.The forces per unit are acting on a material, exceeds the strength of the rocks involved.
14.The deformation of materials in response to stress.
15.The point on Earth's surface directly above the focus.
16.A third type of seismic wave that move in two directions as they pass through rock.
2.Rates the types of damage and other effects of an earthquake as noted by observers during and after the occurrence.
3.Where an earthquake originates.
5.Measures the amount of energy released during an earthquake.
6.Based on the size of the largest seismic waves generated by the quake.
8.Sections of active faults thats haven't experienced significant earthquakes for a long period of time.
9.Sensitive instruments that can detect and record earthquakes vibrations.

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