Earthquake, or other term is the quake, tremor or temblor is a phenomenon of the sudden release of energy in the earth's crust resulting in the scale of seismic waves measured by a seismograph. The higher the magnitude, the worse the shock of the shift in the earth's crust.
In the earth's surface, earthquakes appear to form shocks and sometimes shifting the ground. If the epicenter occurred offshore, the seabed sometimes have a large enough shift that could cause a tsunami. The shock of an earthquake can also trigger landslides and occasionally volcanic activity volcanic revive.
However, the earthquake is not only a terrible phenomenon. Apparently, according to Hugh Ross, an astrophysicist from the Royal Astronomical Society, Montreal, Canada, there are other benefits that are generated by earthquakes.
In the absence of an earthquake or tectonic activity, the nutrients that are needed by living on the land would be eroded from the continents and oceans build up in
After some time without an earthquake, said Ross, life will be more difficult on the mainland, although life in the oceans is still running normally.
Thanks to earthquake activity, nutrition and other minerals contained in the ocean can be recycled to the surface of the continent. We can see clearly the amount and intensity of the earthquake that can keep the cycle of recycling it. However, for us who live in urban areas, the impact is not too pronounced.