In this video Dr Alex Densmore demonstrates the strike-slip behaviour of an earthquake using basic materials you can find at home. This experiment is suitable for the classroom or anywhere else you want to demonstrate how strike-slip earthquakes work. If you have any questions about how strike-slip earthquakes occur or about the experiment please use the comments section below.
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