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Most Earthquake prone countries in the world

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#4. Ecaudor

Ecuador has several active volcanoes making the country an extremely dangerous site for high- magnitude quakes and tremors. The country lies within the seismic zone between the South American plate and the Nazca plate. Earthquakes that affect Ecuador can be divided into those that result from movement on the subduction interface along the plate boundary, those that result from deformation within the South American and Nazca Plates and those that are associated with active volcanoes. On August 12, 2014, an Earthquake of 5.1 magnitude on the Richter scale had rattled Quito, which was followed by an aftershock of 4.3 magnitude. 2 people were reported dead and 8 were injured.

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Ecuador has several active volcanoes making the country an extremely dangerous site for high- magnitude quakes and tremors. The country lies within the seismic zone between the South American plate and the Nazca plate. Earthquakes that affect Ecuador can be divided into those that result from movement on the subduction interface along the plate boundary, those that result from deformation within the South American and Nazca Plates and those that are associated with active volcanoes. On August 12, 2014, an Earthquake of 5.1 magnitude on the Richter scale had rattled Quito, which was followed by an aftershock of 4.3 magnitude. 2 people were reported dead and 8 were injured.

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