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Natural Disasters Vocabulary

Natural Disasters Vocabulary
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Natural Disasters Vocabulary

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  • RICHTER SCALE
  • BEAUFORT SCALE
  • EPICENTER
  • The Richter Scale is a logarithmic scale used to express the magnitude of an earthquake. It ranges from 1 to 10, where 1 can barely be felt, and 10 is near total destruction.
  • The Beaufort Scale relates wind speed with observable effects of wind. It was developed in 1805 by Francis Beaufort.
  • The epicenter is the point on the surface of the Earth that is directly above the focus of an earthquake.
  • PYROCLASTIC FLOW
  • Natural Disasters Vocabulary
  • FAULT LINE
  • The pyroclastic flow is the fast moving mass of hot gas, lava, and rock fragments when a volcano erupts.
  • A fault line is the boundary between two tectonic plates.

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