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Some geologists argue that this portion of the Eurasian Plate is actually a fragment of the North American Plate called the Okhotsk microplate. It was preceded by several foreshocks, including a magnitude-7. Nearly two years later, on December 7, 2012, a magnitude-7. The early estimate of magnitude 8. The epicentre was located some 80 miles 130 km east of the city of Sendai, Miyagi prefecture, and the focus occurred at a depth of 18. Hundreds of aftershocks, dozens of magnitude 6.

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If your Video is in this Compilation please contact me to be credited for it or have your part removed, thank you. The quake caused no injuries and little damage. The earthquake and tsunami Description: The magnitude-9. . .

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Thanx Subscribe for new videos: Smash that like button for more and make sure yo share it with your friends! A part of the subduction zone measuring approximately 190 miles 300 km long by 95 miles 150 km wide lurched as much as 164 feet 50 metres to the east-southeast and thrust upward about 33 feet 10 metres. The March 11, 2011, earthquake was the strongest to strike the region since the beginning of record keeping in the late 19th century, and it is considered one of the most powerful earthquakes ever recorded. The March 11 temblor was felt as far away as Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia; Kao-hsiung, Taiwan; and Beijing, China. This is Video You Need To See Before You Die Rate, Comment, Share. .

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Amazing! This is Video You Need To See Before You Die

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The earthquake was caused by the rupture of a stretch of the subduction zone associated with the Japan Trench, which separates the Eurasian Plate from the subducting Pacific Plate. . . . . .

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