Earthquake Tables

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Richter Scale

Tabel: Earthquake - Richter Scale

10,01 mm
20,1 mm
31 mm
41 cm
510 cm
61 m
710 m
8100 m
91 km
1010 km
11100 km
121000 km

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Got to Know: In 1935 Richter defined that a earthquake with magnitude 3 is an earthquake which on 100 km distance from the center results in a movement of the earth surface by 1 mm. An earthquake of magnitude 7 on the Richter scale will have a movement of the surface by 10 meters at the center of the Earthquake. An earthquake of magnitude 9 or higher is expected 3 to 5 times each 100 year. An earthquake of 10 or higher on the Richter scale have never been observed.

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