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In a single year, on average, more than 900,000 earthquakes are recorded and 150,000 of them are strong enough to be felt.
Earth Science Earthquakes
Scientists use seismometers to measure earthquake magnitude.
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Measuring Earthquake Magnitude Discussion Questions Activities
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Measuring Earthquake Magnitude.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Measuring Earthquake Magnitude Study Guide Study Aids
This study guide summarizes the key points of Measuring Earthquake Magnitude.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Measuring Earthquake Magnitude Quiz Assessments
Quiz on Measuring Earthquake Magnitude
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Measuring Earthquake Magnitude Quiz - MS ES Assessments
Reviews the instruments scientists use to measure earthquake magnitude.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Measuring Earthquake Magnitude Flashcards Study Aids
These flashcards help you study important terms and vocabulary from Measuring Earthquake Magnitude.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Earth Polygraph Real World
Students will look at actual seismograph data to identify S and P waves, determine magnitude, learn about finding epicenters, and calculating wave speeds.
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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The Magnitude of Magnitude Real World
Earthquake magnitude is measured on a logarithmic scale so each whole number releases 33 times more energy than the number below it.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Tsunami or No Tsunami Real World
Large subduction zone earthquakes are likely to cause dangerous tsunami.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Mexico City, 1985 Real World
Describes the plate tectonics setting of the 1985 earthquake and why Mexico City was so hard hit.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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