What does the Mercalli scale measure?


The Mercalli intensity scale is a seismic scale that is used for computing the strength of an earthquake. The scale calculates the aftermath of an earthquake based on the observations of the people who experienced the earthquake, objects of nature and man-made constructions on a scale from I to XII.
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The Mercalli scale measures the strength of an earthquake kind of like the Richter Scale but this scale uses the observations of the people who was in the earthquake to estimate its intensity.
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