en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richter_magnitude_scale

The Richter magnitude scale (also Richter scale) assigns a magnitude number to
quantify the energy released by an earthquake. ... Richter established a
magnitude 0 event to be an earthquake that wou...

earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/topics/measure.php

Jun 6, 2016 ... At first, the Richter Scale could be applied only to the records from instruments of
... Earthquakes with magnitude of about 2.0 or less are usually called ... strong
enough to be recorded by sensitive seismographs all over the world. ... is a more
consistent measure of earthquake size than is magnitude, and ...

www.sms-tsunami-warning.com/pages/richter-scale

In other words, a two is 10 times more intense than a one and a three is 100
times greater. ... That is, the wave amplitude in a level 6 earthquake is 10 times
greater than ... while it is correct to say that for each increase in 1 in the Richter
magnitude ... magnitude scale corresponds to the release of about 31 times more
energy ...

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where I is the intensity of the earthquake (measured by the amplitude of a ... The
largest had magnitude of 8.9 on the Richter scale, and the smallest had
magnitude 0. ... For example, an earthquake of magnitude 6 is ten times stronger
than an ... How many times more intense was the San Francisco earthquake
described in ...

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The magnitude of an earthquake is related to how much energy is released ...
The intensity of an earthquake will typically measure between 2 and 10 on ... An
earthquake is measured with a wave amplitude 392 times as great as A0. ... The
dishwasher noise is how many times more intense than the hot water pump noise
?

www.pnsn.org/outreach/about-earthquakes/magnitude-intensity

However, earthquake magnitude has no physical units, nor a meaningful 0. ...
Further refinements for more modern construction were published in 1931 by the
... a flash bulb from my camera which is incredibly bright...but just for a fraction of
second? ... to an energy release of 31.6 times greater than one that measures 4.0
.

www.quora.com/How-many-times-stronger-is-an-8-8-magnitude-earthquake-than-a-7-0-earthquake

Every two-tenths of a unit on the Richter scale corresponds to a 1.585-fold ... For
example, the M7.0 Haiti earthquake in 2010 left at least 50,000 dead ... A
magnitude 8.8 releases about 500 times more energy than a 7.0. .... about an
insatiable hunger for ammunition like only an electrically powered 6 barrel
system can have.

www.e-education.psu.edu/earth520/content/l7_p4.html

When an earthquake happens, the main quantity of interest is its magnitude. ...
Seismic moment (M0) is simply the product of the average amount of slip that
happened, the ... The units for seismic moment are then Nm (newton meters). ...
all the energy released by an earthquake because you have to integrate over
time and ...

www.physicalgeography.net/fundamentals/10m.html

Earthquake motion is caused by the quick release of stored potential energy into
... About 90% of all earthquakes occur at a depth between 0 and 100 kilometers.
... Figure 10m-2: Distribution of earthquakes with a magnitude less than 5.0 ...
Thus, each unit increase in magnitude represents 10 times more energy released
.

www.geology.cwu.edu/facstaff/charlier/courses/g101/ppt/Lecture26_earthquake2.ppt

Earth is the only one of the nine planets in our solar system that has ... 2)
Earthquake Intensity and magnitude ... A measure of the energy released in an
earthquake ... Magnitude 6 released 32 times more energy than a M5 or ...
Magnitude How many kilograms of TNT would have this much energy? 0 0.6 ...
4.0 1,010 tons.