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A real view of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, looking southeast with the port in the foreground and main city residences and other buildings showing as white in the center. Many of the neighborhoods with the heaviest destruction from the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 are included...
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A real view of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, looking southeast with the port in the foreground and main city residences and other buildings showing as white in the center. Many of the neighborhoods with the heaviest destruction from the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 are included...
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Collapsed multi-story building occupied by "Centre D'Edudes La Concorde" in Port-au-Prince, a result of the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010. An examination of the adjacent buildings indicates that this structure was either two or three stories tall. Interviews with eye-witn...
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Collapsed multi-story residence in Port-au-Prince following the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010. The weight of heavy concrete floors and roofs was often too great for the modest strength in support columns, as evidenced here. ...
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Collapsed multi-story residence in Port-au-Prince following the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010. The weight of heavy concrete floors and roofs was often too great for the modest strength in support columns, as evidenced here. ...
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USGS seismologist Dr. Walter D. Mooney (in white hat) stands with young men and sponsor, Mr. Jeff Southern (far right, with baseball cap) at the ‘Servants of All' orphanage in Grand Goave, Haiti, located about 40 miles west of Port-au-Prince. A temporary seismographic station was located at this sit...
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USGS seismologist Dr. Walter D. Mooney (in white hat) stands with young men and sponsor, Mr. Jeff Southern (far right, with baseball cap) at the ‘Servants of All' orphanage in Grand Goave, Haiti, located about 40 miles west of Port-au-Prince. A temporary seismographic station was located at this sit...
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Massive rock slides were caused by strong ground shaking during the main shock of the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 and several of the stronger aftershocks. This mountain road leads north to the city of Dufort, located near the larger city of Leogane....
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Massive rock slides were caused by strong ground shaking during the main shock of the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 and several of the stronger aftershocks. This mountain road leads north to the city of Dufort, located near the larger city of Leogane....
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This young girl stands in front of a massive crack in the road on highway Nationale 2 near Petit Gaove, Haiti. The highway collapse was caused by lateral spreading of the underlying soil during the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010....
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This young girl stands in front of a massive crack in the road on highway Nationale 2 near Petit Gaove, Haiti. The highway collapse was caused by lateral spreading of the underlying soil during the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010....
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The epicenter of the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 is shown in this photo below the highest peak in the center of the view. The mapped Enriquillo fault zone comes towards the viewer in the low-lying hills and passes north (left) of the deforested clearing in the foregroun...
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The epicenter of the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010 is shown in this photo below the highest peak in the center of the view. The mapped Enriquillo fault zone comes towards the viewer in the low-lying hills and passes north (left) of the deforested clearing in the foregroun...
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USGS seismoogists Dr. Walter Mooney completes the installation of a sensitive temporary seismograph to record earthquake aftershocks. The seismograph is installed in a small storage room in a small village. The cable leads to an outdoor antenna that provides accurate time via a GPS signal. Many afte...
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USGS seismoogists Dr. Walter Mooney completes the installation of a sensitive temporary seismograph to record earthquake aftershocks. The seismograph is installed in a small storage room in a small village. The cable leads to an outdoor antenna that provides accurate time via a GPS signal. Many afte...
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USGS seismologist Dr. Walter Mooney (with white hat in left hand) together with residents of a village were a seismographic station was installed, following the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010....
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USGS seismologist Dr. Walter Mooney (with white hat in left hand) together with residents of a village were a seismographic station was installed, following the magnitude-7 earthquake that struck Haiti on Jan. 12, 2010....
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