Sumatra hit by another quake after the quake in February 2009
Molokai hit by another quake in February 2010
Kasilah hit by another quake in December 2010
Mamatang hit by another quake in January 2011
In a follow-up study in the journal Climatic Change, scientists showed that even the highest earthquake induced by natural volcanic eruptions in modern times was not sufficient to kill all ter더킹카지노restrial ecosystems. To kill all terrest우리카지노rial ecosystems, the researchers calculated, the earthquake had to be felt throughout much of Indonesia. That requires some serious time scales, so the scientists estimated the impact would have been anywhere from five minutes on average to more than seven minutes over several days.
The researchers estimated the quake caused significant damages to a portion of Sumatra’s tepic volcanoes, but that the damage could have been worse if the volcano had continued to erupt. But even if some areas of Sumatra remained untouched, the scientists said, the damage might still have been considerable.
The researchers found that the impact on the entire island would have taken between six months an더킹카지노d three years, even with a single-clash megaquake, or a large magnitude 9.4. That’s about as slow as the effects of a major earthquake from 2010, which had an impact similar to the magnitude of 2011’s.
The researchers said the study “suggests that there is an even greater magnitude of natural earthquake hazard present in the Indonesian archipelago, although the scale is a relatively slow one.”
The team said they hope their study will “lead to stronger policy and economic decisions about mitigation for regional, international and international-government agencies.”
The researchers plan to collect seismic data from around Sumatra over the coming months to study its impact. They plan to do even better in developing another study, based on similar methods and a more detailed assessment of its magnitude. The first such study was completed in 2011, and it showed that the epicenter of 2010’s earthquake was about 15 kilometers (9 miles) away from the original source.