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ISRAEL-EARTHQUAKE/ALERT
RTS5919D 
February 07, 2022 
A worker stands by an antiquated seismograph during a demonstration of a new earthquake early warning... 
Jerusalem, Israel 
Israel adds 'earthquakes' to army's early warning systems 
A worker stands by an antiquated seismograph during a demonstration of a new earthquake early warning system which triggers sirens if a nationwide network of 120 seismic monitoring stations detects a strong earthquake at the Geological Survey of Israel in Jerusalem February 7, 2022. REUTERS/Amir Cohen 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTXL6QY7 
December 05, 2021 
A seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano is seen at the Volcano Observatory in Candipuro district, Lumajang... 
CANDIPURO, Indonesia 
A seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano is seen at the Volcano Observatory in Candipuro district, Lumajang... 
A seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano is seen at the Volcano Observatory in Candipuro district, Lumajang regency, Indonesia, December 6, 2021. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTXL6QY6 
December 05, 2021 
An official marks a seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano following its eruption, at the Volcano Observatory... 
CANDIPURO, Indonesia 
An official marks a seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano following its eruption, at the Volcano Observatory... 
An official marks a seismograph of Mount Semeru volcano following its eruption, at the Volcano Observatory in Candipuro district, Lumajang regency, Indonesia, December 6, 2021. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan 
USA-QUAKEDRILL/
RTX6FMLJ 
October 18, 2018 
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill... 
Santa Ana, UNITED STATES 
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill... 
A working seismograph is shown in a display about earthquakes during the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drill at the Discovery Cube Science Center in Santa Ana, California, U.S. October 18, 2018. REUTERS/Mike Blake 
CLIMATECHANGE-GREENLAND/
RTS21YM4 
September 19, 2018 
Oceanographer David Holland works with student Febin Magar to inspect a seismograph in their science... 
TASIILAQ, Greenland 
The Wider Image: In Greenland, a glacier's collapse shows climate impact 
Oceanographer David Holland works with student Febin Magar to inspect a seismograph in their science camp on the side of the Helheim glacier near Tasiilaq, Greenland, June 20, 2018. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson SEARCH "JACKSON GREENLAND" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
QUAKE-BOLIVIA/
RTX5FIMU 
April 02, 2018 
A seismologist handles a digital seismograph at the San Calixto observatory, after an earthquake registered... 
La Paz, Bolivia 
A seismologist handles a digital seismograph at the San Calixto observatory, after an earthquake registered... 
A seismologist handles a digital seismograph at the San Calixto observatory, after an earthquake registered in the south of Bolivia, in La Paz, Bolivia, April 2, 2018. REUTERS/David Mercado 
SPAIN/
RTR2SRJ0 
October 17, 2011 
A technician from the Spanish National Geographic Institute checks a seismograph at El Pinar's town hall,... 
EL PINAR, Spain 
A technician from the Spanish National Geographic Institute checks a seismograph at El Pinar's town hall... 
A technician from the Spanish National Geographic Institute checks a seismograph at El Pinar's town hall, on the south coast of the Canary Island of El Hierro October 17, 2011. The submarine eruption at El Hierro island is not a risk to the population and residents of La Restinga could return to their house in the next 24 hours, Canary Islands authorities said on Sunday. REUTERS/Borja Suarez (SPAIN - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR7P 
March 11, 2011 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
A seismologist poses points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan,... 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR22 
March 11, 2011 
A seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan is displayed on a monitor at the... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
A seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan is displayed on a monitor at the... 
A seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan is displayed on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR10 
March 11, 2011 
Seismologists pose for the media as they display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Seismologists display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor... 
Seismologists pose for the media as they display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR0U 
March 11, 2011 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
A seismologist poses points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan,... 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR0G 
March 11, 2011 
Seismologists pose for the media as they display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Seismologists display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor... 
Seismologists pose for the media as they display a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
JAPAN-QUAKE/
RTR2JR0C 
March 11, 2011 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the... 
Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
A seismologist poses points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan,... 
A seismologist poses for the media as he points to a seismographic graph showing the magnitude of the earthquake in Japan, on a monitor at the British Geological Survey office in Edinburgh, Scotland March 11, 2011. The biggest earthquake on record to hit Japan struck the northeast coast on Friday, triggering a 10-metre tsunami that swept away everything in its path, including houses, ships, cars and farm buildings. REUTERS/David Moir (BRITAIN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
INDONESIA
RTR2HUYQ 
September 03, 2010 
A seismograph records volcanic activity after Mount Sinabung volcano sent a new, powerful burst of hot... 
TANAH KARO, Indonesia 
A seismograph records volcanic activity after Mount Sinabung volcano sent a new, powerful burst at Simpang... 
A seismograph records volcanic activity after Mount Sinabung volcano sent a new, powerful burst of hot ash and debris into the air at Simpang Empat village, in the district of Tanah Karo, in Indonesia's North Sumatra province, September 3, 2010. After laying dormant for 400 years, Mount Sinabung erupted on Friday for the third time this week, shooting a mushroomed-shape plume of smoke 3 km (2 miles) into the air and prompting the second evacuation of terrified residents. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTR2HUYI 
September 03, 2010 
A volcanologist shows a seismographic result of the eruption when Mount Sinabung volcano sent a new,... 
TANAH KARO, Indonesia 
A volcanologist shows a seismographic result of Mount Sinabung's volcanic eruption, at Simpang Empat... 
A volcanologist shows a seismographic result of the eruption when Mount Sinabung volcano sent a new, powerful burst of hot ash and debris into the air at Simpang Empat village, in the district of Tanah Karo, in Indonesia's North Sumatra province, September 3, 2010. After laying dormant for 400 years, Mount Sinabung erupted on Friday for the third time this week, shooting a mushroomed-shape plume of smoke 3 km (2 miles) into the air and prompting the second evacuation of terrified residents. REUTERS/Beawiharta (INDONESIA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
INDONESIA/
RTXP4D1 
September 30, 2009 
A geologist looks at a screen showing the seismograph reading of a powerful earthquake that rocked Sumatra... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
Geologist looks at a screen showing the seismograph reading of a powerful earthquake that rocked Sumatra... 
A geologist looks at a screen showing the seismograph reading of a powerful earthquake that rocked Sumatra island at the office of meteorological agency in Jakarta September 30, 2009. A powerful earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island on Wednesday, killing at least 21 people and trapping thousands under rubble, an official said. REUTERS/Supri (INDONESIA DISASTER ENVIRONMENT) 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTR1VLPU 
November 03, 2007 
Villagers sit on a truck after they were evacuated from their village near Mount Kelud volcano in Kediri... 
Kediri, Indonesia 
Villagers sit on a truck after they were evacuated from their village near Mount Kelud in Kediri regency... 
Villagers sit on a truck after they were evacuated from their village near Mount Kelud volcano in Kediri regency East Java province November 3, 2007. The volcano appears to have erupted, a top official said on Saturday, based on seismographic signals, it is obscured from view by heavy cloud cover. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA VOLCANO
RTR1VLPS 
November 03, 2007 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu, a village near the Mount Kelud volcano, in the Kediri regency in... 
Kediri, Indonesia 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu village 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu, a village near the Mount Kelud volcano, in the Kediri regency in East Java province November 3, 2007. The volcano appears to have erupted, a top official said on Saturday, based on seismographic signals, but the volcano is obscured from view by heavy cloud cover. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTR1VLPQ 
November 03, 2007 
A woman is evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud, in Kediri regency East Java province November... 
Kediri, Indonesia 
A woman is evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud, in Kediri regency 
A woman is evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud, in Kediri regency East Java province November 3, 2007. The volcano appears to have erupted, a top official said on Saturday, based on seismographic signals, but it is obscured from view by heavy cloud cover. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA) 
INDONESIA-VOLCANO/
RTR1VLPO 
November 03, 2007 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud volcano, in Kediri regency in East Java... 
Kediri, Indonesia 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud volcano, in Kediri regency 
Villagers are evacuated from Sempu, a village near Mount Kelud volcano, in Kediri regency in East Java province November 3, 2007. The volcano appears to have erupted, a top official said on November 3, based on seismographic signals, but the volcano is obscured from view by heavy cloud cover. REUTERS/Sigit Pamungkas (INDONESIA) 
QUAKE MAGNITUDE
RTRIY4Z 
December 26, 2004 
A staff member of the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysical Agency in Jakarta points to a seismograph... 
Jakarta, Indonesia 
A staff member of the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysical Agency in Jakarta points to a ... 
A staff member of the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysical Agency in Jakarta points to a seismograph reading of the earthquake in Aceh, northern Sumatra. A staff member at the Indonesian Meteorology and Geophysical Agency in Jakarta points to a seismograph reading on a computer terminal from Sunday morning's earthquake in Aceh, northern Sumatra, December 26, 2004. The 8.9 magnitude earthquake that shook southern Asia on Sunday was one of the most powerful since the start of the 20th century, the U.S. Geological Survey said. REUTERS/Dadang Tri 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRJVGD 
May 19, 2004 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen talks to reporters in front of a seismographic... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST TALKS TO REPORTERS IN FRONT OF SEISMOGRAPHIC CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen talks to reporters in front of a seismographic chart following an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the open-ended Richter scale in Taipei on May 19, 2004. The strong quake rattled eastern Taiwan, but there were no reports of casualties or damage. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRJVG7 
May 19, 2004 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen talks to reporters in front of a seismographic... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST TALKS TO REPORTERS IN FRONT OF SEISMOGRAPHIC CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen talks to reporters in front of a seismographic chart following an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the open-ended Richter scale in Taipei on May 19, 2004. The strong quake rattled eastern Taiwan, but there were no reports of casualties or damage. REUTERS/Simon Kwong SK 
KUO
RTXMCDT 
December 10, 2003 
Seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a seismographic chart of an earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a seismographic chart of an earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richte..... 
Seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a seismographic chart of an earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale at the Central Weather Bureau in Taipei on December 10, 2003. The quake struck Taiwan's rural southeastern county of Taitung and no damage was reported. 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTR8IRV 
December 10, 2003 
Seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a seismographic chart of an
earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
SEISMOLOGIST LOOKS AT A SEISMOGRAPHIC CHART OF AN EARTHQUAKE IN TAIPEI. 
Seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a seismographic chart of an
earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter scale at the Central Weather
Bureau in Taipei on December 10, 2003. The quake struck Taiwan's rural
southeastern county of Taitung and no damage was reported.
REUTERS/Richard Chung

TW/TW 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRP3WY 
June 10, 2003 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Leu Peih-lin points out
seismic activity on a after an earthquake... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST SHOWS EARTHQUAKE ON SEISMOGRAPHIC CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Leu Peih-lin points out
seismic activity on a after an earthquake measuring 6.5 on the
open-ended Richter scale struck Taipei on June 10, 2003. This is the
second strong quake to rattle the island in two days but there were no
reports of casualties or damage. REUTERS/Simon Kwong

SK/RCS 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRP1PW 
June 09, 2003 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Leu Peih-lin shows the
seismographic activitiy of an earthquake... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST POINTS OUT EARTHQUAKE ON CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Leu Peih-lin shows the
seismographic activitiy of an earthquake measuring 6.3 on the
open-ended Richter scale in Taipei on June 9, 2003. The strong quake
rattled northeastern Taiwan and caused buildings in Taipei to shake for
nearly a minute, but there were no reports of casualties or damage.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

SK/RCS 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRP1PR 
June 09, 2003 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a
seismographic chart of an earthquake... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST LOOKS AT AN EARTHQUAKE CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Taiwan Central Weather Bureau seismologist Kuo Kai-wen looks at a
seismographic chart of an earthquake measuring 6.3 on the open-ended
Richter scale in Taipei on June 9, 2003. The strong quake rattled
northeastern Taiwan and caused buildings in Taipei to shake for nearly
a minute, but there were no reports of casualties or damage.
REUTERS/Simon Kwong

SK/RCS 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTR552S 
May 15, 2002 
Kai-wen Kuo, a seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in
Taipei, points to a chart displaying... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
TAIWAN SEISMOLOGIST KAI-WEN KUO POINTS AT A CHART IN TAIPEI. 
Kai-wen Kuo, a seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in
Taipei, points to a chart displaying an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the
open-ended Richter scale on a seismograph in Taipei on May 15, 2002.
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. REUTERS/Simon
Kwong

SK/PB 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTR34AO 
March 31, 2002 
Kai-wen Kuo, seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in Taipei,
points out activity on a seismograph... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
SEISMOLOGIST POINTS OUT EARTHQUAKE ACTIVITY IN TAIPEI. 
Kai-wen Kuo, seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in Taipei,
points out activity on a seismograph following a powerful earthquake in
Taipei on March 31, 2002. The earthquake, measuring 6.8 on the Richter
scale, rocked Taiwan at 0652 GMT Sunday, causing several buildings to
collapse and forcing a shutdown of the capital's subway system,
officials and witnesses said. REUTERS/Kenny Wu

SK/RCS 
QUAKE TAIWAN
RTRJHUK 
June 14, 2001 
Leu Peih-lin, a senior seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in Taipei, points out on a chart... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
LEU PEIH-LIN POINTS OUT AN EARTHQUAKE MEASURING 6.2 IN TAIPEI'S CENTRAL WEATHER BUREAU. 
Leu Peih-lin, a senior seismologist at Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau in Taipei, points out on a chart an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the open-ended Richter scale on a seismograph in Taipei, June 14, 2001. The latest quake struck at midmorning and disrupted public transportation in Taipei but did not claim any casualties. A giant earthquake measuring 7.2 on the Richter scale killed 2,400 people on September 21, 1999.

SK/BKL/PB 
MARTINEZ
RTXKB46 
February 20, 2001 
Salvadorean Seismologist Guadalupe Martinez looks at a seismograph's register of a 3,6 Richter scale... 
San Salvador, El Salvador 
Salvadorean Seismologist Guadalupe Martinez looks at a seismograph's register of a 3,6 Richter scale..... 
Salvadorean Seismologist Guadalupe Martinez looks at a seismograph's register of a 3,6 Richter scale aftershock which shook San Salvador February 20, 2001. The late morning aftershock's epicentre was located under San Salvador but did not cause any cause any damage. Salvadoreans have endured thousands of aftershocks after the January 13 quake which left almost 1000 dead. 
SALVADOR QUAKE
RTREKC3 
February 20, 2001 
Salvadorean Seismologist Guadalupe Martinez looks at a seismograph's register of a 3,6 Richter scale... 
San Salvador, El Salvador 
SALVADOREAM SEISMOLOGIST LOOKS AT RECORDING OF AFTERSHOCK. 
Salvadorean Seismologist Guadalupe Martinez looks at a seismograph's register of a 3,6 Richter scale aftershock which shook San Salvador February 20, 2001. The late morning aftershock's epicentre was located under San Salvador but did not cause any cause any damage. Salvadoreans have endured thousands of aftershocks after the January 13 quake which left almost 1000 dead.

LG/JP 
MEXICO
RTXJ819 
September 30, 1999 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph... 
Golden, USA 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a ..... 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph displaying the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the western Mexico coast September 30. The high gain graph in the center of the display is off scale due to the size of the quake and is displaying the event as it was transmitted through the earth's surface to sensors in Golden.
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MEXICO QUAKE
RTRR9L3 
September 30, 1999 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph... 
Golden, USA 
DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL EARTHQUAKE SERVICE STUDIES GRAPH OF MEXICAN QUAKE. 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph displaying the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the western Mexico coast September 30. The high gain graph in the center of the display is off scale due to the size of the quake and is displaying the event as it was transmitted through the earth's surface to sensors in Golden.

RTW/BM 
QUAKE  MEXICO
RTRR9KV 
September 30, 1999 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph... 
Golden, USA 
DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL EARTHQUAKE SERVICE STUDIES SEISMOGRAPH. 
Waverly Person, chief of the United States Geological Service National Earthquake Service studies a seismograph displaying the 7.5 magnitude earthquake that struck the western Mexico coast September 30. The high gain graph in the center of the display is off scale due to the size of the quake and is displaying the event as it was transmitted through the earth's surface to sensors in Golden.

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