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by Nanda R. Shrestha
Once again, in early 2015, Nepal suffered its predictable fate as it was shattered by two major earthquakes and many more frequent aftershocks, lasting many months. The one that attracted the most international attention was the initial earthquake of 25 April , with a magnitude of 7.8. It was subsequently followed by many ongoing aftershocks and another major earthquake about a month later, with a magnitude of 7.3.
by Timothy M. Kusky, Katherine E. Cullen
in the 24 hours after the main earthquake rupture, 28 large aftershocks (10 larger than magnitude 6) hit the region, with ...
by David S. G. Thomas
Aftershocks generally decrease in frequency over time but may occur over a period of several days or months. (See also EARTHQUAKE.) ageostrophic Atmospheric motion in which the horizontal pressure gradient is not balanced with the force (CORIOLIS FORCE) due to the Earth's rotation. In the boundary layer, where friction plays a role, flow is ageostrophic. This permits air to converge into low-pressure regions, creating AGGLOMERATE vertical motion, and generally clouds and ...
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