Interactive map – Japan’s seismic history

Japan's deadly earthquake history mapped, from New scientistFrom New Scientist, an interactive map gadget displaying 6.5+ magnitude earthquakes in Japan since 1900.

Use the slider to adjust the range of dates for the earthquakes shown. The radio buttons let you narrow down events to just the deadly quakes shown in the table.

Check out the interactive map below the fold – takes a few seconds to load:

Via The Guardian


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