Canon Papercraft - The Principle of Earthquakes Free Download

Canon Papercraft - The Principle of Earthquakes Free Download

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Canon Papercraft - The Principle of Earthquakes Free DownloadThis science paper model is designed by canon papercraft. An earthquake is a phenomenon in which a normally solidly attached subterranean ground or rock bed suddenly shifts with at a certain boundary. It also means quaking of the ground surface caused by this shift. A plate-type earthquake is also called an ocean-type earthquake, which occurs at a boundary between different plates. This earthquake occurs when a plate pushed up by the other plate that starts to slide underneath the plate springs back because it can no longer absorb the strain, and it is repeated in a certain cycle unless a significant change occurs in the actions of the Earth. In the case of Japan, most of the earthquakes are ocean-type because most of the boundaries of the plates are under the sea. The Great Kanto Earthquake, Tokachi offshore earthquakes and other M8 class earthquakes are of this type. You can download this canon papercraft from here: Canon Papercraft - The Principle of Earthquakes Free Download

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