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Earthquake Measurement

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Kailey Mireles

on 6 February 2014

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Earthquake Measurement
Nicole Gerardi, Angelica Faria, and Kailey Mireles
Earthquake Measurement
Scientists who study earthquakes are interested in the amount of energy released by an earthquake, scientists also study the amount of damage done by an earthquake. These properties are studied by measuring magnitude and intenisty.
The measure of the strength of an earthquake is called magnitude.
In Earth science, the amount of damage caused by an earthquake.
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