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Layers of the Earth Continental Drift and Plate Tectoncis Earthquakes Volcanoes Misc.
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The layer of the earth that we live on
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The layer of the earth that we live on
The crust
The Mohorovicic Discontinuity separates these two layers.
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The Mohorovicic Discontinuity separates these two layers.
Mantle, crust
Which layer is plastic, and what does plastic mean?
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Which layer is plastic, and what does plastic mean?
Mantle- solid but flows like liquid
What specific layer do the plates of the crust float on?
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What specific layer do the plates of the crust float on?
Asthenosphere
The state of matter of the layer that is under the most intense pressure.
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The state of matter of the layer that is under the most intense pressure.
Solid (the inner core)
When Pangaea split, where would you find Laurasia?
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When Pangaea split, where would you find Laurasia?
In the North
What is a continental shelf?
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What is a continental shelf?
The real edge of a continent under the water
Which general type of plate boundary has subduction?
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Which general type of plate boundary has subduction?
Convergent
Why do transform boundaries create the most earthquakes?
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Why do transform boundaries create the most earthquakes?
The plates grind past each other, get stuck, build pressure, and release
Draw an example of oceanic-oceanic convergence and what forms as a result.
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Draw an example of oceanic-oceanic convergence and what forms as a result.
Two plates colliding under water. Forms island arcs.
Where do most earthquakes occur?
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Where do most earthquakes occur?
At plate boundaries
What scale measures the size of the earthquake?
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What scale measures the size of the earthquake?
Richter
What does the 'intensity' of an earthquake refer to?
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What does the 'intensity' of an earthquake refer to?
The amount of damage caused
What is a seismogram?
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What is a seismogram?
The paper recording of the earthquake
Draw a piece of the earth. Mark a possible focus and epicenter.
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Draw a piece of the earth. Mark a possible focus and epicenter.
Focus is under the crust, epicenter is directly above it.
Draw a simple volcano and label the magma chamber.
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Draw a simple volcano and label the magma chamber.
Where the magma collects.
What two things are the magma of explosive eruptions high in?
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What two things are the magma of explosive eruptions high in?
silica and water
What type of volano is most common in Hawaii?
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What type of volano is most common in Hawaii?
Shield
Krakatoa would be considered what kind of volcano in terms of activity levels?
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Krakatoa would be considered what kind of volcano in terms of activity levels?
Active
What is lapilli?
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What is lapilli?
A type of tephra
Scientist who studied seismologic data and found that the Earth's density varied.
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Scientist who studied seismologic data and found that the Earth's density varied.
Andrija Mohorovicic
When did Wegner believe that Pangaea was all one continent? (which era)
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When did Wegner believe that Pangaea was all one continent? (which era)
Mesozoic
How is a scientific theory different from a 'regular' theory?
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How is a scientific theory different from a 'regular' theory?
Based on evidence, cannot be proven
At what rate do most plates spread apart in terms of divergent boundaries?
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At what rate do most plates spread apart in terms of divergent boundaries?
2 cm/year
How does Paleomagnetism support continental drift and the idea of Pangaea?
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How does Paleomagnetism support continental drift and the idea of Pangaea?
In current positions, metals in rocks do not point to a common north, but if you put them together, they do.
Name four out of the six gases that tend to come from volcanoes.
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Name four out of the six gases that tend to come from volcanoes.
water vapor, carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen, hydrogen sulfide, chlorine




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