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Folding and Faulting

Folding and Faulting

Folding and Faulting. Chapter 4, Sec. 4. Stress. Amount of force per area put on an object. Rocks can change shape due to stress. Three types of stress:. Compression Tension Shear. FOLDING. Rock layers bend due to stress Assume most rocks are laid down horizontal. FAULTS.

By fidelina
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Earthquake Test Review

Earthquake Test Review

Earthquake Test Review. Next. Which type of stress stretches rock?. Compression. Shearing. Tension. Diversion. This is a break or a crack in the rock. Fault. Fissure. Fracture. Mine. This type of fault is caused by compression. Normal. Reverse. Strike-slip. Oblique strike-slip.

By jonco
(124 views)

Forces in Earth’s crust

Forces in Earth’s crust

Forces in Earth’s crust. After this lesson you will be able to . Vocabulary and key questions. Stress Tension Compression Shearing Normal fault Reverse fault Strike-slip fault Plateau How does stress change Earth’s crust? How do faults form?

By damon
(249 views)

EARTHQUAKES

EARTHQUAKES

EARTHQUAKES. Chapter 5. http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtBXTvtFaCU&safe=active. What are Earthquakes ?. Earthquakes occur when tectonic plates move suddenly The shaking or trembling caused by the sudden release of energy. Measuring Earthquakes ?.

By althea
(271 views)

Earth's Crust in Motion

Earth's Crust in Motion

Earth's Crust in Motion. Earthquakes. So…. What is an Earthquake? And… What are some things that can cause them?. Stress in the Crust. An earthquake is the shaking that results from the movement of rock beneath Earth's surface. This is a super powerful force!!!

By reuben
(239 views)

Moving earth wrap up

Moving earth wrap up

Moving earth wrap up. Notes on earthquakes Earthquakes are short-lived episodes of ground shaking produced when blocks of Earth suddenly shift.

By ekram
(141 views)

Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes. Chapter 2, Section 3. Did you Know? The problem of predicting Earthquakes is one of the many scientific questions that remains unsolved!. It is important for scientists to develop ways to predict earthquakes because:.

By erma
(960 views)

Lecture 7 Reverse faults and folds I

Lecture 7 Reverse faults and folds I

Lecture 7 Reverse faults and folds I. Environments. Orthogonal convergence Himalaya Zagros Caucasus. Zagros, Elborz, etc. Caucasus. Himalaya. Earthquakes 1962-2003. Eurasian plate. African plate. Arabian plate. Indian plate. Greater Caucasus. Elborz. Lesser Caucasus. Kopet Dagh.

By obert
(99 views)

Movement of the Earth’s Crust

Movement of the Earth’s Crust

Movement of the Earth’s Crust. Essential Questions Describe how the Earth’s crust is deformed. How does the formation of mountains, valleys, plateaus, and domes relate to stress? How do faulting and folding change the appearance of the Earth’s surface?

By helena
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Folding and Faulting

Folding and Faulting

Folding and Faulting. Chapter 4, Sec. 4. Stress. Amount of force per area put on an object. Rocks can change shape due to stress. Three types of stress:. Compression Tension Shear. FOLDING. Rock layers bend due to stress Assume most rocks are laid down horizontal. FAULTS.

By nizana
(172 views)

Mountain Orogeny

Mountain Orogeny

Mountain Orogeny. Three types of plate boundary. ORIGIN OF MOUNTAINS. Orogeny = process of mountain building, takes tens of millions of years; usually produces long linear structures, known as orogenic belts. Two main processes: 1) Deformation : continental collisions, resulting in

By zeke
(202 views)

Coulomb stress change due to Wenchuan Earthquake

Coulomb stress change due to Wenchuan Earthquake

Coulomb stress change due to Wenchuan Earthquake. Source fault. dCFS on Reverse faults. H=30km, Reverse faults. dCFS on faults with rake=135. dCFS on strike-slip faults.

By menora
(111 views)

Rock Deformation

Rock Deformation

Rock Deformation. Chapter 11, Section 1. Factors Affecting Deformation. Deformation – all changes in the original shape and/or size of a rock body Stress – the force per unit area acting on a solid

By nora
(196 views)

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes. Brittle vs. Ductile Deformation. Brittle. Ductile. Bends when stressed. Breaks when stressed. Brittle vs. Ductile Deformation. Deformation is dependent on: 1. Temperature (Cold or Hot) 2. Composition (Soft or Hard) 3. Strain Rate (Fast or Slow).

By fritzi
(143 views)

Forces Inside Earth (43)

Forces Inside Earth (43)

Forces Inside Earth (43). Once the elastic limit is passed, the rocks may break When rocks break, they move along surfaces called faults To relieve this stress, the rocks tend to bend, compress, or stretch. If the force is great enough, the rocks will break.

By addison-skinner
(136 views)

Crust

Crust

Crust. Outermost layer or shell of the Earth Crust represents less than 0.1% of the Earth's total volume. Mantle. The zone of the Earth below the crust and above the core Divided into the upper mantle and the lower mantle, with a transition zone between. Lithosphere.

By alika-tyler
(226 views)

Take out your notebook

Take out your notebook

Take out your notebook. Look at the worksheet page you did after the test. Check your answers with those on the next slide!!. Forces in the Earth’s crust answers. Reverse fault Compression Hanging wall moves up Normal fault Tension Hanging wall moves down Strike-slip fault Shearing

By erich-woodard
(106 views)

Designed to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards

Designed to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards

Earthquakes and Seismic Waves. Designed to meet South Carolina Department of Education 2005 Science Academic Standards. Table of Contents. Introduction to earthquakes : Faults and Folds (slides 3-4 )( Standard 8-3.8) Normal faults (slide 5) Reverse faults (slide 6)

By deanna-blankenship
(66 views)

Mountain Orogeny

Mountain Orogeny

Mountain Orogeny. Three types of plate boundary. ORIGIN OF MOUNTAINS. Orogeny = process of mountain building, takes tens of millions of years; usually produces long linear structures, known as orogenic belts. Two main processes: 1) Deformation : continental collisions, resulting in

By massimo-neeson
(140 views)

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes

Plate Tectonics and Earthquakes. Brittle vs. Ductile Deformation. Brittle. Ductile. Bends when stressed. Breaks when stressed. Brittle vs. Ductile Deformation. Deformation is dependent on: 1. Temperature (Cold or Hot) 2. Composition (Soft or Hard) 3. Strain Rate (Fast or Slow).

By descobar
(1 views)

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