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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

1959 earthquake at Hebgen Lake, MT. 1995 landslide in La Conchita, CA. EARTHQUAKES ... PRINCIPAL EARTHQUAKE ZONES. Intraplate Earthquakes ...

By Kolingwood
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Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters. By: Patrick L. Abbott. Chapter 5. More United States and Canadian Earthquakes. Overview. Western North America: Plate Tectonic-Related Earthquakes Intraplate Earthquakes: “Stable” Central United States Intraplate Earthquakes: Eastern United States. Overview (cont.).

By keagan
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Intraplate Earthquakes

Intraplate Earthquakes

Intraplate Earthquakes. New Madrid, Missouri : December 1811, January 1812, February 1812 . Intraplate Earthquakes. Eastern U.S. earthquakes less frequent, but more widely felt Crust is older and transmits stress. Earthquake Size and Characteristics. How big is it?

By luce (152 views)

INTRAPLATE

INTRAPLATE

6. Earthquakes that shouldn’t happen. DIFFUSE BOUNDARY ZONES. INTRAPLATE. NARROW BOUNDARIES. Most earthquakes are on plate boundaries, but some are within plates - intraplate. 1900 -. Almost all large earthquakes in North America are in the western plate boundary zone.

By amato (166 views)

Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism. Intraplate magmatism. Hotspots Rift zones (often associated with hotspots) Intra-oceanic plate: Tholeitic to alkaline series; mostly basalts ( OIB = Oceanic Islands Basalts), some differenciated alkaline terms Intra-continental plate:

By bernad (568 views)

Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism. Hotspots Rift zones (often associated with hotspots) Intra-oceanic plate: Tholeitic to alkaline series; mostly basalts ( OIB = Oceanic Islands Basalts), some differenciated alkaline terms Intra-continental plate:

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Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism

Intraplate magmatism. Hotspots Rift zones (often associated with hotspots) Intra-oceanic plate: Tholeitic to alkaline series; mostly basalts ( OIB = Oceanic Islands Basalts), some differenciated alkaline terms Intra-continental plate:

By onawa (247 views)

Intraplate Seismicity

Intraplate Seismicity

Intraplate Seismicity. Finite element modeling. Introduction. Spatial patterns (Fig. 1) Randomly scattered (Australia) Isolated “seismic zones” (CEUS) Connected seismic belts and networks (N.China) Temporal patterns (Fig. 2) Clustering and then long periods of quiescence (Australia)

By calvin (154 views)

Continental Intraplate Deformation & Seismicity:

Continental Intraplate Deformation & Seismicity:

Continental Intraplate Deformation & Seismicity: What We Know, What We Don't, and What We Need To.

By makoto (92 views)

EARTHQUAKES! Video:  Earthquakes  101

EARTHQUAKES! Video: Earthquakes 101

EARTHQUAKES! Video: Earthquakes 101. Chapter 12. Section 1. Earthquakes are caused by a sudden release of energy when rocks move along a fault. Elastic rebound is thought to cause the rocks to move. Anatomy of an Earthquake. Focus-location of first motion in Earth

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EARTHQUAKES

EARTHQUAKES

EARTHQUAKES. by: Makenzie Kimber. What is an earthquake?. Earthquakes are when the tectonic plates in the earth rub together to cause shaking of the ground witch causes an earthquake. Earthquakes can happen all over the world including in the water. What causes earthquakes?.

By camden (247 views)

Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. 10.1 Forces Inside Earth. Causes of Earthquakes Passing the Elastic Limit Causes Faulting Earth’s rocks will bend and stretch up to a point After that point, rocks may break Faults – area where rocks move when elastic limit is passed Faults form along plate boundaries

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