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1. Earthquakes & Volcanoes Edition!

2. Volunteers? • 1 person to time and click– click when told • 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!

3. JEOPARDY! LGHS Sports School Events LGHS Teachers Clubs & Activities Classes \$100 \$100 \$100 \$100 \$100 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$300 \$300 \$300 \$300 \$300 \$400 \$400 \$400 \$400 \$400 \$500 \$500 \$500 \$500 \$500 Final Jeopardy

4. WARNINGS: • Ms. Minson is terrible at determining question difficulty. • Ms. Minsontries to be as fair as she can but is not perfect. • ***Members of a buzzed-in team will be called upon randomly!***

5. JEOPARDY! Plate Tectonics Plate Boundaries Volcanoes Earthquakes Miscellaneous \$100 \$100 \$100 \$100 \$100 \$150 \$100 \$150 \$100 \$200 \$150 \$200 \$100 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$200 \$300 \$300 \$200 \$250 \$200 \$350 Final Jeopardy

6. Volcanoes for \$100 A: The type of volcano seen here.

7. Volcanoes for \$100 A: The type of volcano seen here. Q: What is a shield volcano?

8. Volcanoes for \$100 A: This famous volcano shrank 500m while erupting in 1980 and killing 57.

9. Volcanoes for \$100 A: This famous volcano shrank 500m while erupting in 1980 and killing 57. Q: What is Mount St. Helens?

10. Volcanoes for \$100 A: Hundreds of these were recorded in the moths before the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, giving scientists an indication that the volcano was becoming active.

11. Volcanoes for \$100 A: Hundreds of these were recorded in the moths before the eruption of Mt. St. Helens, giving scientists an indication that the volcano was becoming active. Q: What are earthquakes?

12. Volcanoes for \$200 A: This is one of two terms that refers to igneous rocks with large crystals that formed inside the earth and cooled slowly.

13. Volcanoes for \$200 A: This is one of two terms that refers to igneous rocks with large crystals that formed inside the earth and cooled slowly. Q: What is intrusive or plutonic?

14. Volcanoes for \$200 A: SiO2 changes this property of magma and determines how explosive a volcano’s eruption will be.

15. Volcanoes for \$200 A: SiO2 changes this property of magma and determines how explosive a volcano’s eruption will be. Q: What is viscosity?

16. Plate Tectonics for \$100 A: Finding Glossopteris fossils from the same time period on continents that are far apart is evidence for this.

17. Plate Tectonics for \$100 A: Finding Glossopteris fossils from the same time period on continents that are far apart is evidence for this. Q: What is plate tectonics or that the continents have moved?

18. Plate Tectonics for \$150 A: Evidence of periods of reversed magnetic polarity are preserved in this type of rock. (Give 1 of the 3 types of rock)

19. Plate Tectonics for \$150 A: Evidence of periods of reversed magnetic polarity are preserved in this type of rock. (Give 1 of the 3 types of rock) Q: What is igneous?

20. Plate Tectonics for \$200 A: Rocks on either side of this geologic feature show a symmetrical pattern of ages.

21. Plate Tectonics for \$200 A: Rocks on either side of this geologic feature show a symmetrical pattern of ages. Q: What is a mid-ocean ridge?

22. Plate Tectonics for \$200 A: This geological feature is responsible for destroying oceanic crust as old as 200 million years old.

23. Plate Tectonics for \$200 A: This geological feature is responsible for destroying oceanic crust as old as 200 million years old. Q: What is a subduction zone? Subduction Zone Subduction Zone

24. Plate Tectonics for \$300 A: The person who first noticed that the continents appear to fit together like puzzle pieces and tried to explain his observations by proposing continental drift.

25. Plate Tectonics for \$300 A: The person who first noticed that the continents appear to fit together like puzzle pieces and tried to explain his observations by proposing continental drift. Q: Who is Alfred Wegener?

26. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: The type of plate boundary shown here that forms deep ocean trenches and is associated with deep earthquakes.

27. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: The type of plate boundary shown here that forms deep ocean trenches and is associated with deep earthquakes. Q: What is convergent?

28. Plate Boundaries for \$100 A: This is the type of plate boundary found in California where the North American plate meets the Pacific plate.

29. Plate Boundaries for \$100 A: This is the type of plate boundary found in California where the North American plate meets the Pacific plate. Q: What is transform?

30. Plate Boundaries for \$150 A: This type of crust is dense, poor in SiO2 and relatively young.

31. Plate Boundaries for \$150 A: This type of crust is dense, poor in SiO2 and relatively young. Q: What is oceanic crust?

32. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: This can lead to a chain of volcanoes in the middle of a plate, far away from any plate boundaries. It is a place where magma is close to the surface of the crust.

33. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: This can lead to a chain of volcanoes in the middle of a plate, far away from any plate boundaries. It is a place where magma is close to the surface of the crust. Q: What is a hot spot?

34. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: This is why oceanic crust subducts under continental crust but continental crust never subducts under oceanic crust.

35. Plate Boundaries for \$200 A: This is why oceanic crust subducts under continental crust but continental crust never subducts under oceanic crust. Q: What is because oceanic crust is more dense?

36. Earthquakes for \$150 A: This is the type of seismic wave that will reach a seismograph first after an earthquake.

37. Earthquakes for \$150 A: This is the type of seismic wave that will reach a seismograph first after an earthquake. Q: What are P-waves?

38. Earthquakes for \$150 A: Earthquakes do not occur randomly around the world. Instead, they tend to occur along these.

39. Earthquakes for \$150 A: Earthquakes do not occur randomly around the world. Instead, they tend to occur along these. Q: What are plate boundaries?

40. Earthquakes for \$200 A: These are two factors that affect the perceived intensity of an earthquake.

41. Earthquakes for \$200 A: These are two factors that affect the perceived intensity of an earthquake. Q: What are: Distance from epicenter Rupture length Length of time earthquake lasts Type of material building is on Natural frequency or height of building Magnitude of earthquake

42. Earthquakes for \$200 A: This is the difference between the focus and the epicenter of an earthquake.

43. Earthquakes for \$200 A: This is the difference between the focus and the epicenter of an earthquake. Q: What is the focus is where the earthquake actually occurs in the crust and the epicenter is the surface location above the focus.

44. Plate Boundaries for \$250 A: This is the type of lava that is very viscous and erupts from explosive volcanoes, such as Mt. St. Helens.

45. Plate Boundaries for \$250 A: This is the type of lava that is very viscous and erupts from explosive volcanoes, such as Mt. St. Helens. Q: What is felsic or SiO2 lava?

46. Miscellaneous for \$100 A: This many seismographs are necessary to pinpoint the epicenter of an earthquake.

47. Miscellaneous for \$100 A: This many seismographs are necessary to pinpoint the epicenter of an earthquake. What is 3?

48. Miscellaneous for \$200 A: This scale measures the amount of energy released in an earthquake.

49. Miscellaneous for \$200 A: This scale measures the amount of energy released in an earthquake. Q: What is the Richter Scale?

50. Miscellaneous for \$300 A: The type of seismic wave that can travel through the earth’s taffy-like mantle but not the solid core.