Earthquakes Lecture GEOL 1005
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Date Created: 11/15/15
Magnitude 0 Chile 95 1960 o Richter scale using seismograph o Magnitude 8 is how many times more powerful than a 4 I 10000 0 6 to 65 begins property damage Northridge earthquake zones of earthquake intensity damage collected by survey Hector Mine Earthquake o Mojave Desert 0 71 magnitude 0 Very little damage very little intensity depending on damage Ancient China living in underground caves Collapse Earthquakes don t kill people buildings kill people 0 Building collapse 0 Hazard prevention architecture designing buildings to be able to sway 0 Haiti infrastructure weak major building collapse 14b Earthquake destruction 0 Ground shaking and collapse 0 Type of material that structures are built on bedrock versus sediment mud gravel unconsolidated material Design of structures Spatial pattern of damage I Pattern of damage caused by earthquakes is not uniform depends on underlying rock material 0 Liquefaction of the ground I Quicksandlike I Unconsolidated material saturated with water turns into mobile fluid gt becomes more compact Landstes o Triggered by ground shaking o More damage based on water content Fire Broken gas lines Electric lines Ruptured fuel tanks Ruptured water lines difficult to extinguish San Fran earthquake 1906 Prince William Sound AK 1964 I Tank farm fire OOOOOO Tsunami 0 Go inland a few miles 0 Drag everything back out with them 0 Several waves OOOO Triggered by undersea earthquakes Nothing to do with tides not a tidal wave stupid Other triggers volcanic eruptions Heights over 30 meters combination with shallow coastal water I Hit shallow ground slows down and builds up Mitigation warning system
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