earth crust

earth crust

[′ərth ‚krəst]
(geology)
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According to the National Seismic Monitoring Center, the epicentre of the earthquake was Hindukash region in Afghanistan and 219 km inside earth crust.
The geological wing said that the epicenter of the quake was west of Mansehra, 20 km from Battagram and 18 km inside earth crust.
The epi-centre of earthquake was stated to be 157 kilometer South-West of Khuzdar, 168 kilometer inside earth crust.
4, in the eastern part of this territory, the earth's crust rises at a rate of up to 3 mm/year takes place; while in the western part of it, the Earth crust lowers at a rate of up to -1.5 mm/year.
In the eastern part of the territory, the rising of earth crust takes place, however in the western part the territory, it is moving downwards.
The earth crust triaxial system has a load frame equipped with a high-force actuator.
Like the aboveground simulator, the earth crust test system required innovations.
The epi-centre was of the quake was stated to be 72 kilometer South-West of Quetta deep inside the earth crust.
The epicentre of the quake was stated to be 30 kilometres North-West of Mansehra, 26km inside earth crust.
The epi-centre of the quake was stated to be few kilometers from Ziarat, 25 Km deep inside earth crust.
The epicentre of the quake was stated to 130-kilometre north-east of Sibi deep inside earth crust.
People of the areas where the quake was felt, rushed out of their homes reciting Kalma-e-Tayyeba and verses from the Quran.The epicentre of the earthquake was stated to be in the Hindukush Mountains of Afghanistan, 120 Km inside earth crust.