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consequences - the results of a previous action
dormant - in an inactive state, when growth and development slow or stop
energy - a supply or source of electrical, mechanical, or other form of power
epicentre - the exact location on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake
extraction - to pull something out, often using force
faults - a displacement of rock layers in the Earth's crust in response to stress
hypocentre - the point within the earth where an earthquake originates
magnitude - a measure of the energy of an earthquake, specified on the Richter scale
radiates - to send out energy such as heat or light, in the form of rays or waves, or be sent out in this form
sediment - material eroded from pre-existing rocks that is transported by water, wind, or ice and deposited elsewhere
seismic - relating to or caused by an earthquake or earth tremor
seismograph - an instrument that detects the presence of an earthquake and measures and records its magnitude
tectonic - relating to the forces that produce movement and deformation of the Earth's crust
tremors - a quivering or vibration caused by slippage of the Earth's crust at a fault, especially before or after a major earthquake
trident - an instrument, spear, or weapon with three prongs
tsunami - a long, high sea wave caused by an earthquake or other disturbance

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