For instructions on how to use kmz hazard files and to know more about hazard assessment services available at PHIVOLCS, kindly allow us first to know you more so we could serve you better. Please fill out this form. Thank you.

antalya escort

https://www.freespins99.com/
Pornolar sikis izle, turk sex

pornolar

turk porn

turk sex sikis seyret

porno hd izlemek icin en ideal sex sitesi.
Pornolar sikis izle, turk sex

pornolar

turk porn

turk sex sikis seyret

porno hd izlemek icin en ideal sex sitesi.

OPEN-FILE REPORT

Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology, Powered by Joomla!
Rossi-Forrel Scale of Earthquake Intensities (Original) PDF Print
Friday, 09 May 2008 19:35
Intensity Scale Description
I

Microseismic shock. Recorded by a single seismograph of by seismographs of the same model, but not by several seismographs of different kinds: the shock felt by an experienced observer.

II

Extremely feeble shock. Recorded by several seismographs of different kinds; felt by a small number of persons at rest.

III

Very feeble shock. Felt by several persons at rest; strong enough for the duration to be appreciable.

IV

Feeble shock. Felt by person in motion; disturbance of movable objects, doors windows, cracking of ceilings.

V

Shock of moderate intensity. Felt generally by everyone; disturbance of furniture, beds, etc., ringing of some bells.

VI

Fairly strong shock. General awakening of those asleep; general ringing of bells; oscillation of chandeliers; stopping of clocks; visible agitation of trees and shrubs; some startled persons leaving their dwellings.

VII

Strong shock. Overthrow of movable objects; fall of plaster; ringing of church bells; general panic, without damage to buildings.

VIII

Very strong shock. Fall of chimney; crack in the walls of buildings.

IX

Extremely strong shock. Partial of total destruction of some buildings.

X

Shock of extreme intensity. Great disaster; ruins; disturbance of the strata, fissures in the ground, rock falls from mountains.