Date: Sat, 10 Oct 2020 09:56:55 -0700
From: bernard cleyet <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Subject: [Phys-L] Seismic shock wave
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Kohler says that when seismic waves from an earthquake enter the softer sediments that fill in the basin underneath Los Angeles, the waves slow down and their energy piles up, creating larger-amplitude waves that lead to stronger shaking.
bc hasn?t yet found a ?lay" article that explains how an atmospheric shock wave is created.