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fault areaの例文

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  • Location of the fault area is accomplished using AE described above.
  • After PD or arcing is detected, the next step is to locate the fault area.
  • The estimated length of the most active portion of the CSZ was and the fault area was put at.
  • Because of the very large fault area, the Cascadia subduction zone can produce large earthquakes of magnitude 7.0 or greater.
  • Rila is abundant in glacial lakes ( about 200 ) and hot springs in fault areas at the base of the mountain.
  • Because of the very large fault area, the Cascadia subduction zone can produce very large earthquakes, magnitude 9.0 or greater, if rupture occurred over its whole area.
  • Since the region of the city is in close proximity to a major fault area the tunnels were built to resist earthquakes of up to magnitude 7.5.
  • The largest slip was < " 12 m near the hypocentral depth, and the mean slip over a 230 km by 100 km fault area was 4 m.
  • A magnitude 5 earthquake centered 10 miles northwest of Evansville, Ind ., in the Wabash Valley Fault area shook the earth at 1 : 37 p . m . Tuesday.
  • The 9 April 1985 earthquake occurred in the same fault area as the 2010 Pichilemu earthquake, and is considered by University of Chile Seismological Service a thrust fault-type interplate earthquake.
  • He said there were plenty of places nearby or across San Francisco Bay that could give rise to an earthquake powerful enough to damage buildings in the northern Hayward Fault area.
  • An increasing number of companies are limiting coverage for older homes, homes located in brush fire or earthquake fault areas, homes on hillsides or in heavy construction areas " in order to avoid a high concentration of customers in one area, " the report said.