Рыболовецкий причал новоросийск
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Рыболовецкий причал новоросийск

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Новороссийск располагается в сейсмоопасной зоне. С 1799 по 1981 год в районе, где находится Новороссийск, произошло около 17 ощутимых землетрясений [5].
1879 — Нижнекубанское землетрясение силой в 7 баллов.
12 июля 1966 — в Новороссийске был зафиксированы сильные толчки продолжительностью 3-4 секунды. Эпицентр землетрясения находился в районе Новороссийск — Геленджик. Сила подземных толчков достигала 6 баллов по шкале Рихтера. Разрушений не было, лишь в некоторых домах появились трещины, осели перегородки.
Сентябрь 1978 — Архипо-Осиповское землетрясение силой в 7 баллов. Больших разрушений в Новороссийске не было.

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