Faults in The Philippines

Faults in The Philippines
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  • Ring of Fire is a big area of the Pacific Ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions happen.
  • Philippines lies on the Pacific Ring of Fire.
  • Earth is made up of large, moving pieces called plates.
  • There are three (3) big lands that separated from each other and surrounds the Philippines.
  • There are five major gaps in between land masses that could move any moment in the Philippines.
  • A fault is a space, gap or crack between lands.
  • There are five major gaps between land masses in the country, these are the Western Philippine Fault, the Eastern Philippine Fault; the South of Mindanao Fault, the Central Philippine Fault, and the Marikina Valley Fault or the West Valley Fault.
  • The most known fault is the Marikina Valley Fault or the West Valley Fault.
  • The West Valley Fault is possible to move or happen in our lifetime.
  • If it does move or happen, it could result in a huge disaster.
  • Aftershocks are earthquakes that go after the largest shock of an earthquake. It may can continue over a period of weeks, months, or years.
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