What Are The Environmental Effects Of Earthquakes?

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The environmental effects of this earthquake are
• Pollution
• Litter
• Corpses of people and animals
• Rubble from buildings
• Mudslides

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Earthquakes destroy ecosystems which means animals will not have anything to eat and might or will die due to lack of food. Earthquakes damage and destroy man made structures and natural landmarks.
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Earthquakes have several effects which include:
Changes in geologic features
damage to man-made structures
impact on human and animal life.
Most of these effects occur on solid ground, but as most earthquake foci are actually located under the ocean bottom, severe effects are observed along the margins of oceans.
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Buildings   can   be   damaged   when   the   ground   gives   way   beneath   them.   This   can   be   in   the   form   of   a   landslide   down   a   hill   or   liquefaction   of   solids   that   can   causse   severe   settling   of   the   ground
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1. Ground shaking, i.e. Back-and-forth motion of the ground, caused by the passing waves of vibration through the ground.  2. Soil features, such as liquefaction and landslides, caused by shaking.
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Earthquakes can destroy forests, cause fires and kill many animals

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