The Tangshan earthquake, also known as the Great Tangshan earthquake, was
a natural disaster that occurred on July 28, 1976. It is believed to be the largest ...
Oct 31, 2012 ... The Tangshan earthquake of 1976 was one of the largest earthquakes in recent
years. It occurred on July 28 at 3:42 a.m., Beijing (Peking) local ...
Jul 23, 2010 ... Earthquake on July 28, 1976, with a magnitude of 7.5, which nearly razed the
Chinese coal-mining and industrial city of Tangshan, located ...
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At 3:42 a.m. on July 28, 1976, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake hit the sleeping city of
Tangshan, in northeastern China. The very large earthquake obliterated the ...
The Tangshan earthquake occurred due to tectonic forces generated by the
Amurian tectonic plate interacting with the Eurasian tectonic plate. An earthquake
On 28 July 1976 Tangshan prefecture in North China was hit by an M 7.8
earthquake, which also severely affected nearby Tianjin City. The earthquake ...
Dec 20, 2014 ... The Tangshan earthquake, also known as the Great Tangshan earthquake,was a
natural disaster that occurred on Wednesday, July 28, 1976.
Jan 13, 2010 ... China has the misfortune to have had the second deadliest earthquake on record
, the 1976 Great Tangshan Earthquake, which struck in the ...
Introduction. No other earthquake in the 20th century was as catastrophic or
claimed as many lives as that which struck the city of Tangshan in Northern