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Plate Tectonics Study Guide

Plate Tectonics Study Guide

Plate Tectonics Study Guide. Layers of the Earth. From the surface of the Earth the layers are the crust, mantle, outer core, and inner core. Lithosphere. The Lithosphere is the Earth’s crust and the upper part of the mantle. This layer contains the tectonic plates on Earth. Asthenosphere.

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Plate tectonics: Earth structure and plate geometry I

Plate tectonics: Earth structure and plate geometry I

Plate tectonics: Earth structure and plate geometry I . Plate tectonics - a theory that explains the function of the upper most layer of the planet. Important : This chapter follows mainly on chapter 2 in Fowler’s textbook. Earth structure: The main units. Compositional: Crust Mantle

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Characteristics of Volcanoes

Characteristics of Volcanoes

Characteristics of Volcanoes.

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Performance Assessments

Performance Assessments

Performance Assessments . Activity Goals. Recognize authentic assessment Use GRASPS to create a performance assessment that gets at deep understanding. Authentic Assessment. An evaluation that makes use of real life tasks (i.e. writing a letter, presenting a plan).

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Where do we find earthquakes and volcanoes?

Where do we find earthquakes and volcanoes?

Where do we find earthquakes and volcanoes?. Write down these questions, which you will answer through the lesson:. Do earthquakes and volcanoes appear all over the earth’s surface or only in certain places? Is there a recognisable pattern to where earthquakes seem to occur?

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Describe the differences and relation between the lithosphere and asthenosphere.

Describe the differences and relation between the lithosphere and asthenosphere.

Describe the differences and relation between the lithosphere and asthenosphere. Name the three types of plate boundaries and the general characteristic of plate movement along each plate boundary. What is the magnetic field and how is it formed?. Plate Boundaries. Convergent Divergent

By gail
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13. Subduction Zones William Wilcock

13. Subduction Zones William Wilcock

OCEAN/ESS 410. 13. Subduction Zones William Wilcock. Lecture/Lab Learning Goals. Be able to sketch the different kinds of convergent plate margins and label key processes Understand the processes in the “ subduction zone factory ” Understand the Wilson cycle

By kohana
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San Andreas Fault

San Andreas Fault

San Andreas Fault. Introduction. We live next to this fault It’s active It has a history of major earthquakes We had better know something about it ..so that we can better prepare. Features-1. Not recognized (in total) until ~1940

By horace
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Earthquakes...

Earthquakes...

Earthquakes. Where Do They Occur ?. We Know where they occur, mainly on the Earth’s Plate Boundaries. Why do They Occur?. As the Plates rub past each other the pressure builds up. Then all of a sudden it is released. How Do We Measure an Earthquake? . We use the Richter Scale.

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Magnitude 8.9 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46:23 UTC

Magnitude 8.9 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46:23 UTC

Magnitude 8.9 NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN Friday, March 11, 2011 at 05:46:23 UTC . Japan was struck by a magnitude 8.9 earthquake off its northeastern coast Friday. This is one of the largest earthquakes that Japan has ever experienced. . .

By emilia
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Natural Hazards and Disasters Chapter 3 Earthquakes and Their Causes

Natural Hazards and Disasters Chapter 3 Earthquakes and Their Causes

Natural Hazards and Disasters Chapter 3 Earthquakes and Their Causes. Earthquake Devastates South Asia. October 8, 2005: violent earthquake in Pakistani Kashmir Buildings collapsed, crushed by landslides, boulders from steep mountainsides

By magar
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Day 3

Day 3

Day 3. Let’s Review. Plate Boundaries Divergent Boundary – moving apart - Form volcanoes and new crust Convergent Boundary – moving together - Form mountains, trenches, and volcanoes Sliding Boundary – moving sideways past each other - Form earthquakes .

By jeneva
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test 2

test 2

test 2. mean: 75, median: 79 multiple choice: 42 questions, 2 points each short answer: 4 questions, 4 points each 100 total: circled number inside front cover of blue book answer key to multiple choice is posted on blackboard under ‘test materials’. Earthquakes and Related Phenomena.

By velika
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Inside Earth: Chapter 3- Volcanoes

Inside Earth: Chapter 3- Volcanoes

Inside Earth: Chapter 3- Volcanoes. Section 1: Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics. What is a volcano?. Volcano - weak spot in the crust where molten material, or magma, comes to the surface Magma - molten mixture of rock, gasses, and water from the mantle Lava - magma that reaches the surface.

By temira
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Where do mountains, volcanoes, and other topographic features come from?

Where do mountains, volcanoes, and other topographic features come from?

Where do mountains, volcanoes, and other topographic features come from? . Day 1 Section 9.2-9.3. Exploring the Earth. Description

By drew
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Topic: Earth ’ s Features

Topic: Earth ’ s Features

Topic: Earth ’ s Features. Essential Question: What crustal features are created by the movement of Earth ’ s plates?. Topic: Earth ’ s Features Essential Question: What crustal features are created by the movement of Earth ’ s plates? . Plate tectonics

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Mt. Aconcagua

Mt. Aconcagua

Mt. Aconcagua. By: Noah Collins. Where is Mt. Aconcagua and When did it start Forming. Mt. Aconcagua is located 32 degrees South and 70 degrees West. Mt. Aconcagua started forming about 25000000-18000000 years ago Located in the Andes.

By zorana
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Natural Disasters: Earthquakes

Natural Disasters: Earthquakes

Natural Disasters: Earthquakes. Review…. Most of the world’s earthquakes and volcanoes are located along the Pacific Ring of Fire Earthquakes occur along plate boundaries. Earthquakes. Sudden movement or shaking of the Earth Results in breakage of the Earth’s brittle crust .

By judson
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Geology I like to move it move it

Geology I like to move it move it

Geology I like to move it move it. Part 1 Age of Earth and scientific classification Part 2 Plate tectonics and water. Continental Drift. Theory. 1912 Alfred Weagner proposed the theory that Earth's crust is slowly drifting on a liquid core. 

By minya
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Plate Tectonics PowerPoint

Plate Tectonics PowerPoint

A Volcano. Plate Tectonics PowerPoint. By: Daniel Luddeke. Earthquake Damage. Section #1 History of Pangaea .

By fuller
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