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seismic waves generally travel much shorter distances on the west coast then on the east coast becuse?
both horizontally and vertically
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User: fault is a fracture in the earths outer shell, on either side of which rock mass moves which way?

User: seismic waves generally travel much shorter distances on the west coast then on the east coast becuse?

Weegy: both horizontally and vertically
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1. Which of the following activities may be considered mitigation?
a. Emergency medical services to individuals following an earthquake.
b. Post earthquake reconstruction.
c. Adoption of zoning.
d. Establishment of temporary housing.
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having a high seismic ______________.
a. impact
b. hazard
c. cost
d. risk
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a. Executive Order 12699.
b. Earthquake Hazards Reduction Act.
c. ICSSC recommendations.
d. Nuclear Regulatory Commission mandate.
4. In order to make the construction of seismically safe buildings economically possible, the ICSSC
drafted Executive Order 12699 to mandate that a building should be designed to prevent:
a. damage.
b. collapse.
c. defacement.
d. All of the above.
5. The NEHRP Provisions addressed effective methods of seismic design and construction of:
a. buildings in high risk areas.
b. buildings in moderate risk areas.
c. buildings in low risk areas.
d. All of the above.
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