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Plate Tectonics Earthquake Earthquake II Volcano Volcano II
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Region where plates with different densities collide and the denser plate sinks under the less dense plate
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Region where plates with different densities collide and the denser plate sinks under the less dense plate
What is a Subduction Zone?
Mesosaurus fossils were found in South America and _________
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Mesosaurus fossils were found in South America and _________
Africa
The driving force behind plate movements
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The driving force behind plate movements
What are Convection Currents?
Magnetic field _________ are found on each side of mid-ocean ridges
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Magnetic field _________ are found on each side of mid-ocean ridges
reversals
Earth's crust and part of the upper mantle are broken into sections
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Earth's crust and part of the upper mantle are broken into sections
what are plates?
The San Andreas Fault in California is this type of plate boundary
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The San Andreas Fault in California is this type of plate boundary
What is a transform boundary?
At what location does the first motion of an earthquake occur
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At what location does the first motion of an earthquake occur
the focus
A foreshock is
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A foreshock is
a small earthquake
wave that can only travel through solids
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wave that can only travel through solids
Secondary Wave (S Wave)
The sudden return of elastically deformed rock to its undeformed shape
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The sudden return of elastically deformed rock to its undeformed shape
Elastic Rebound
an instrument that records ground vibrations
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an instrument that records ground vibrations
Seismograph
A magnitude scale that measures ground motion
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A magnitude scale that measures ground motion
Richter Scale
The point on Earth's surface directly above the earthquakes focus
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The point on Earth's surface directly above the earthquakes focus
Epicenter
An area where no direct seismic waves from a particular earthquake can be detected
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An area where no direct seismic waves from a particular earthquake can be detected
shadow zone
The composition of Earth's Interior affects waves how?
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The composition of Earth's Interior affects waves how?
The speed and direction of seismic waves
any activity that includes the movement of magma toward or onto Earth's surface
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any activity that includes the movement of magma toward or onto Earth's surface
Volcanism
fragments of rock that form during a volcanic eruption
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fragments of rock that form during a volcanic eruption
Pyroclastic Material
Volcanic Eruptions may be signaled by
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Volcanic Eruptions may be signaled by
A change in earthquake activity
portion of earth's surface that is far from plate boundaries and experiences volcanism due to a rising mantle plume
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portion of earth's surface that is far from plate boundaries and experiences volcanism due to a rising mantle plume
Hot Spot
Name four classifications of pyroclastic material
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Name four classifications of pyroclastic material
volcanic dust, volcanic ash, volcanic bombs, volcanic blocks, lapilli
Viscosity
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Viscosity
resistance to flow
Which of the following is NOT a tectonic setting where volcanoes form? A) boundaries of tectonic plates B) glacier-formed crater lakes C) mid-ocean ridges D) subduction zones
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Which of the following is NOT a tectonic setting where volcanoes form? A) boundaries of tectonic plates B) glacier-formed crater lakes C) mid-ocean ridges D) subduction zones
glacier-formed crater lakes
A large depression formed by the collapse of a volcanic cone
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A large depression formed by the collapse of a volcanic cone
Caldera
Pillow lava forms where
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Pillow lava forms where
on a mid-ocean ridge
quiet eruptions have what type of magma
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quiet eruptions have what type of magma
mafic magma
What island is cut by a fissure breaking it into two parts
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What island is cut by a fissure breaking it into two parts
Iceland




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