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Tuesday, March 2, 2010
A Bird's Eye View Of The Chile Earthquake's Energy Distribution
NOAA's Distributed Energy Map of the Chile Earthquake NOAA
From Popular Science:
It’s easy to think of tsunamis as phenomenon that mimic the behavior of ripples on the surface of water; you toss a stone into a pond and the resulting energy from the splash moves out away from the epicenter in a series of even, concentric circles. But this NOAA energy distribution map from the 8.8 magnitude earthquake in Chile over the weekend tells a different story.