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4.seismic wave that causes rock particles to move at right to the direction of the wave.
5.record produced by a seismometer that can provide individual tracking of each type of seismic wave.
6.point on Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake.
8.the resulting fracture or system of fractures, along which movement occurs.
9.seismic wave that moves in two directions as it passes through rocks, causing the ground to move both up and down and from side to side.
10.point of the initial fault rupture where an earthquake originates that usually lies at least usually lies at least several kilometers beneath Earth's surface.
1.Seismic wave that squeezes and pulls rocks in the same direction that the wave travels, causing rock particles to move back and forth.
2.the amount of energy released during an earthquake is measured by its magnitude.
3.instrument used to measure horizontal or vertical motion during an earthquake.
7.the forces per unit area acting on a material, exceeds the strength of the rocks involved.
9.the deformation of materials in response to stress.

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