Earthquake 2018: What is an earthquake? What is the source of an earthquake called?
9/24/2018 4:12 PM EST
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How do we measure earthquakes?
Scientists use a device called a seismograph to detect earthquakes through the recording of electromagnetic sensors being turned into electrical charges.
Instrument - Waves - Series - Zig-zags - Sheet
The instrument records the seismic waves as a series of zig-zags on a blank sheet of paper.
An earthquake’s size is measured by its magnitude and...
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