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epicentre

(US), epicenter
the point on the earth's surface directly above the focus of an earthquake or underground nuclear explosion
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He became even more concerned after photos surfaced of an EpiCentre staff meeting in Hawaii.
It may have been destructive along coasts near the earthquake epicentre and could also be a threat to more distant coasts,'' the centre said.
Chinese media said thousands of people remained buried in Mianzhu near the epicentre.
Scientists at the British Geological Survey in Edinburgh said that the epicentre was three miles north of Aviemore.
In addition to Nextera, Epicentre is a leading supplier of specialty enzymes and kits that are beneficial to Illumina's technologies.
The EPICentre Campus Led Accelerator is creating a multi-disciplinary hub to support entrepreneurship and innovation, including participation of entrepreneurial mentors, he said.
Its epicentre was situated about 100 kilometres to the east of the city of Kurilsk, Itar-Tass quoted the Geophysical Service of the Russian Academy of Sciences as reporting.
Zipingpu reservoir is upstream from Dujiangyan which was near the epicentre of the 7.
September 2000: Bud-brooke, near Warwick, was the epicentre of one of the largest tremors to hit the region, measuring 4.
The Hunger Project Malawi (THP-Mw) has inaugurated the multi-million kwacha Kachindamoto Epicentre in Dedza as part of its campaign against hunger, poverty and diseases among rural poor Malawians.
At the TimePlex stand, the companies will show TimePlex's multi-tiered EpiCentre service offering, a comprehensive Netcool-based monitoring solution.
PUMA is accessible from either the Tigress(TM) database, developed by ERC Tigress, or an Epicentre datastore using the data model specifications developed by the Petrotechnical Open Software Corporation (POSC), reducing costs for data management and visualization.