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Earthquake: acknowledgments

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Images and illustrations

The illustrations and the images that appear in this document have been taken from the following sources:

Earthquake: Introduction

Figure 1: Wilderspin.net

Earthquake: tectonic plates

Figure 1: BBC.co.uk

Figure 2: Academic.Evergreen.edu

Figure 3: Bromei.nl

Figure 4: Mrsciguy.com

Figure 5: Mrsciguy.com

Figure 6: Earthsci.org

Figure 7: Alumnitravel.Utoronto.ca

Figure 8: Mrsciguy.com

Earthquake: faults

Figure 1: Soundwaves.usgs.gov

Figure 2: Earthquake.usgs.gov

Animation 1: Earthquake.usgs.gov

Animation 2: Earthquake.usgs.gov

Animation 3: Earthquake.usgs.gov

Figure 3: Earthquake.usgs.gov

Earthquake: intra & inter plate events

Figure 1: City.sendai.jp

Earthquake: seismic waves

Figure 1: Exploratorium.edu

Figure 2: Exploratorium.edu

Earthquake: seismology & measurement

Figure 1: Earthsci.org

Figure 2: Our own creation

Figure 3: Globalvoicesonline.org

Earthquake: occurrence

Figure 1: Engwell.wikispaces.com

Earthquake: collateral effects

Figure 1: Armandsrancho.blogspot.com

Figure 2: Masslive.com

Figure 3: Telegraph.co.uk

Video 1: Youtube.com

Figure 4: Reuters.com

Video 2: Youtube.com

Figure 5: Wikipedia.org

Figure 6: Tsunamidisasters.tripod.com

Video 3: Youtube.com

Video 4: Youtube.com

Figure 7: Our own creation

Earthquake: seaquakes & tsunamis

Animation 1: Pubs.usgs.gov

Video 1: Youtube.com

Sources and references