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1982 Urakawa earthquake

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The 1982 Urakawa earthquake (Japanese: 浦河沖地震[1]) is the 7.1 Mj earthquake that occurred in off the coast of Urakawa, Japan on 11:32 (JST), March 21, 1982.[2][3][4] The epicenter was 42°06′N 142°36′E / 42.1°N 142.6°E / 42.1; 142.6Coordinates: 42°06′N 142°36′E / 42.1°N 142.6°E / 42.1; 142.6.[5] The earthquake was the largest earthquake in the history of the region. The earthquake caused casualties and damage in Tomakomai and Sapporo.[6] The earthquake left 167 people injured.[7]

References

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  2. ^ デジタル大辞泉. "浦河沖地震とは". コトバンク (in Japanese). Retrieved 2021-06-29.
  3. ^ "1982年浦河沖地震港湾被害報告". www.pari.go.jp. Retrieved 2021-06-29.
  4. ^ AFTERSHOCK DISTRIBUTION OF THE 1982 URAKAWA-OKI EARTHQUAKE DETERMINED BY OCEAN BOTTOM SEISMOGRAPHIC AND LAND OBSERVATIONS J. Phys. Earth, 31, 299-328, 1983
  5. ^ "20世紀後半(1951-)|日本付近のおもな被害地震年代表|公益社団法人 日本地震学会". www.zisin.jp. Retrieved 2021-06-29.
  6. ^ "The Earthquake off Urakawa (M 7.1), March 21, 1982" (PDF) (in Japanese). Hokkaido University. Retrieved 3 December 2018.
  7. ^ "浦河沖地震(1982年3月21日) | 災害カレンダー". Yahoo!天気・災害 (in Japanese). Retrieved 2021-06-29.
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