There has been an abounding number of earthquakes and tsunamis, but the Indian Earthquake/Tsunami was the most tragic one that has ever happened. For just the reparation it costs 19 trillion U.S. dollars, additionally 116 acres of land were destroyed. This is the Indian Earthquake/Tsunami of 2004 that costs more than $19 trillion, houses and buildings demolished and everything was in ruins.
This was one of the colossal earthquakes, with a magnitude (how powerful the earthquake is), of 9.3 and the Chile earthquake of 1960 had a magnitude of 9.5 so, they were close but humongous and deadly therefore, the difference of the two is .4. The earthquake happened with a convergent boundary. A convergent boundary is when two plates collide or hit each other causing tension, stress, and compression, which had the assortment of problems of the Earthquake/Tsunami being caused and starting. The two plates that collided in the Indian Ocean was the Indian and Burma micro plate. This earthquake/tsunami was recorded by a seismograph; a seismograph is an instrument that records how powerful the earthquake is. Therefore, if the earthquake is gigantic, the seismograph will make sizable lines and if there was a tiny earthquake, the seismograph will make paltry lines. Scientists used the richer scale to measure the size of an earthquake. In India the richer scale goes up to 10 while 10 being unfavorable. While there was plate movement, scientists figured out where the earthquake was. They also caused seismic waves, which is the underground movement after an earthquake and tsunami.
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