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  • n. Plural form of seaquake.


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  • I saw you dead, a deceased king of my own ocean, green assault, silver submarine fir, seed of seaquakes, now only dead remains, yet in all the market yours was the only purposeful form amid the bewildering rout of nature;

    Nice one, Mr Neruda

  • When you do create the stacked histogram it becomes immediately clear that there is a critical need to ensure that glacial quakes have a distinct signature, both from land quakes and seaquakes.

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  • Curiosity about what sorts of seaquakes would set off a tsunami alert inspired one of the questions in this edition of "Ask AP," a weekly Q&A column where AP journalists respond to readers 'questions about the news.

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  • Now the sea is filled again, the salt layer has been exposed in some places, perhaps by small seaquakes, and the salts from the ancient Mediterranean have dissolved again, making the water very salty.



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