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Rw week#12#3

  1. 1. Article #3Ring of fire Speaking and Writing -3 Dr.Roy S1180042 Ryoko Aoki
  2. 2. What Ring of Fire? —  It of the Pacific, a series of oceanic trenches and volcanoes around the Pacific Ocean.—  It is an area where large numbers of earthquake and volcanic eruptions occur in the basin of the Pacific Ocean.—  It of the Northern, a geographic formation and mining exploration area in Canada.
  3. 3. Seismic region —  About 90% of the world’s earthquakes occur along the Ring of Fire.—  About 80% of the world’s largest earthquakes occur along the Ring of Fire.
  4. 4. Active volcanoes in Japan —  Ten Percent of the world’s active volcanoes are found in Japan.—  They lies in a zone of extreme crustal instability.—  They are formed by subduction of the Pacific Plate and the Philippine Sea Plate.
  5. 5. Earthquake in Japan —  As many as 1,500 earthquakes are recorded every year.—  Magnitudes of four to six on the Richter scale are not uncommon.—  Major earthquakes occur infrequently.
  6. 6. The most famous in the 20th —  The Great Kanto earthquake of 1923—  130,000 people died—  The Great Hanshin earthquake—  6,434 people died
  7. 7. Mount Bandai —  It is one of Jaoan’s most noted volcanoes.—  It is formed of several overlapping stratovolcanoes.—  It forming a complex volcano.—  Scientists expect that there are some volcanic activity in the next few years.
  8. 8. Conclusion —  All Japan is included in Ring of Fire.—  The earthquake increase compared with another country.—  It is necessary to make efforts form another country to the earthquake and the disaster of the tsunami.

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