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Focus, Epicenter, and Fault
Elastic Rebound Hypothesis
Seismograph
Earth’s Interior Showing  P and S Wave Paths
Seismogram
Measuring EarthquakesLocating an Earthquake Earthquake Distance  • The epicenter is located using the difference   in the...
Locating an Earthquake
Location You Found   Actual Location
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  1. 1. Focus, Epicenter, and Fault
  2. 2. Elastic Rebound Hypothesis
  3. 3. Seismograph
  4. 4. Earth’s Interior Showing P and S Wave Paths
  5. 5. Seismogram
  6. 6. Measuring EarthquakesLocating an Earthquake Earthquake Distance • The epicenter is located using the difference in the arrival times between P and S wave recordings, which are related to distance. Earthquake Direction • Travel-time graphs from three or more seismographs can be used to find the exact location of an earthquake epicenter. Earthquake Zones • About 95 percent of the major earthquakes occur in a few narrow zones.
  7. 7. Locating an Earthquake
  8. 8. Location You Found Actual Location
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