A typhoon is the name given to a tropical cyclone that forms in the northwestern part of the Pacific Ocean. Hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones are all names for the same type of storm, and different names are used based o... More »

Typhoons occur most often in the far western Pacific Ocean. They tend to form east of Guam and track west towards Taiwan before heading north and northeast towards Japan. This region is colloquially referred to as "typho... More »

Typhoons usually occur in Taiwan, Japan, the Philippines and Mainland China. The United States, Australia and India also see typhoons, but they are called hurricanes in the Atlantic Ocean, and cyclonic storms in the Indi... More »

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Typhoons occur most often in the far western Pacific Ocean. They tend to form east of Guam and track west towards Taiwan before heading north and northeast towards Japan. This region is colloquially referred to as "typho... More »

Most earthquakes occur along the boundaries between the Earth's tectonic plates. The crust of the Earth is divided into plates. When a plate collides with or slides past another plate, this causes earthquakes. For exampl... More »

A typhoon is a tropical cyclone that occurs in the Northwest Pacific Ocean, explains the National Ocean Service. Typhoons, cyclones and hurricanes are all the same type of weather disturbance, but different names are use... More »

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Roughly three quarters of the world's seismic energy is released in the form of earthquakes along the Pacific Ocean where it meets the western coasts of North, Central and South America. This seismic activity also reache... More »