# 'Primary waves' diaporamas de présentation

## Locating the Epicenter of an Earthquake

Locating the Epicenter of an Earthquake. The Triangulation Method. Earthquake. In an earthquake, stored energy is suddenly released through a movement along a fault.

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## Earthquakes

Earthquakes. 8 th Grade Science Mrs. Pientok. Forces inside Earth. When rocks break they move along faults. Applied forces cause rocks to undergo elastic deformation. When elastic limits are passed, rocks break.

By fionn
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## By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2009

Earthquakes. Challenge # 3. By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2009. Answer the following questions…. 1. During an earthquake, the most violent shaking occurs at the vent focus Ring of Fire epicenter .

By keon
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## Earth’s Structure

Earth’s Structure. Origin of the Earth. Meteors and Asteroids bombarded the Earth. Gravitational compression. Density Stratified planet. Earth’s Interior. Core. dense. Iron and Nickel. Inner Core - solid. Outer Core - liquid. Mantle. Less dense than core.

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## EARTHQUAKES

EARTHQUAKES. Elastic Rebound Theory: As tectonic plates move, friction interferes with forward motion. The plates shift, and this causes an earthquake.

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## Earth’s Structure

Earth’s Structure. Origin of the Earth. Meteors and Asteroids bombarded the Earth. Gravitational compression. Density Stratified planet. Earth’s Interior. Core. dense. Iron and Nickel. Inner Core - solid. Outer Core - liquid. Mantle. Less dense than core.

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## Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Sudden shaking and vibration of the ground caused by movement of the earth along a fault. Earthquakes occur due to the elastic rebound theory. When movement is initiated along a fault seismic waves radiate outward from the focus Which are recorded using seismographs.

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## Earthquakes & Volcanoes!

Earthquakes & Volcanoes!. Trivia. Earthquakes. What do you call a crack or fracture in the Earth’s crust?. Earthquakes. What do you call a crack or fracture in the Earth’s crust? A Fault. Earthquakes. Most earthquakes occur along _______ _____________. (2 words). Earthquakes.

By stew
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## Surface Features in New Zealand

Surface Features in New Zealand. Science NCEA 1.13. SJ. Gaze. Objectives. Cross-section of the Earth Theory of plate tectonics Sea floor spreading and subduction zones Earthquake and volcanic activity Volcanic forms and formation Mountain uplift Weathering Erosion

By chung
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## WARM UP : Before the quest we are going to REVIEW 

9 th Grade. Objectives 11/08/2013. R * E * S * P * E * C * T ACCEPTANCE. Quietly work on the WARMUP!!!!. WARM UP : Before the quest we are going to REVIEW  Please choose a BioBuddy to complete the review with and sit next to them. Put your EARTHQUAKE Dominoes together

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## Use the workbook to complete the following chart: Fault Direction Diagram Stress 1. 2. 3.

Use the workbook to complete the following chart: Fault Direction Diagram Stress 1. 2. 3. Where do Earthquakes Happen?. Finish the activity!!!!!!! !. Earthquakes. What is an Earthquake?. An earthquake is a vibration of the earth caused by the release of energy from crustal movement

By zurina
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## Mr. Altorfer Science EARTHQUAKES

Mr. Altorfer Science EARTHQUAKES. Pages 292 to 303. Earthquakes. A . What are earthquakes? 1 . Earthquakes are vibrations in the ground that result from movement along breaks in Earth's lithosphere.

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## Bell Ringer

Bell Ringer. Open book to page 130-135 Answer the following questions: Where do earthquakes occur and what is a fault? What causes earthquakes? What is a seismic wave? Compare and contrast the 3 different types of seismic waves. Where do earthquakes occur and what is a fault?.

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## The Earth

The Earth . ครู กุลวรรณ สวนแก้ว รร. เชียงยืนพิทยาคม. Do you know ? ….. Lampang and Phrae Provinces used to be the Sea?. Why is it so? What cause that effect on the Earth ? What is the evidence that the Geologist use to conclude ? . student must to understand more

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## 1/30 Warm Up

1/30 Warm Up. On your green SWOD paper answer this question: Rank the following seismic waves from fastest to slowest: P waves S waves Surface waves. Announcements. Extra Credit turn into black cupboard Finish Roller Coasters/Rube Goldbergs Physics test retakes.

By kelii
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## Locating an Earthquake

Locating an Earthquake. Learning Goal. Analyze seismic data to predict the location and magnitude of an earthquake. Types of Waves. Primary Waves – (P-Wave) Fastest wave and moves rock particles back and forth. Secondary Wave – (S-Wave) Slower and moves rock particles up and down.

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## Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Wave Motions Nelson’s Class. Wave: a wave is one of a series of movements passing along a surface or through a substance. A wave can travel through a material without the material itself traveling with the wave.

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## Tasks for Problem Solving Related to Earthquakes

Tasks for Problem Solving Related to Earthquakes. Soledad A. Ulep Eligio C. Obille Jr. University of the Philippines National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development (UP NISMED).

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## Earthquakes

Earthquakes. An earthquake is…. The shaking of the earth’s crust caused by a release of energy . Earthquakes can be caused by: 1. Eruption of a volcano 2. Collapse of a cavern 3. Impact of a meteorite 4. Strain built up along boundaries between plates. A fault is….

By kylene
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