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Metamorphic facies

Metamorphic facies

Metamorphic facies. Chapter 14 and 18. Metamorphic terranes. Geologic setting where metamorphism occurs Tracts of exposed, distinct rock from adjacent rock. Metamorphic terranes. Ocean-ridge metamorphism Seen in ophiolites Lots of metasomatism Hydration of minerals, adding Na.

By omer
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Grand Theft Auto Controversy

Grand Theft Auto Controversy

Grand Theft Auto Controversy. By Craig Dennett. The Series.

By hollye
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The San Francisco Earthquake

The San Francisco Earthquake

The San Francisco Earthquake. By Michael MacCallum. Summary. Took place on Wednesday, 18 April, 1906. It was 5:12am. The earthquake and fires killed 3,000 people . 80% of San Francisco was destroyed. Fires and aftershocks lasted for several days.

By lamont
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HOW DO ALL THESE BOUNDARIES WORK TOGETHER? PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA

HOW DO ALL THESE BOUNDARIES WORK TOGETHER? PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA

HOW DO ALL THESE BOUNDARIES WORK TOGETHER? PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA. HOW DO ALL THESE BOUNDARIES WORK TOGETHER? PACIFIC NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST BRITISH COLUMBIA. North American Plate Movement. HOW DO ALL THESE BOUNDARIES WORK TOGETHER?

By eddy
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Faults and Folds Part A

Faults and Folds Part A

Faults and Folds Part A. Diastrophism Processes Breaking & Warping Earth. Faults and Folds Part A. Extension - Normal faulting (Part A) Compression - Thrust faulting (Part A) Transform – Strike-slip faulting (Part B) Folding from Compression (Part B). What is a fault? .

By saxton
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National Focus, Local Touch COLLABORATION IS THE KEY

National Focus, Local Touch COLLABORATION IS THE KEY

National Focus, Local Touch COLLABORATION IS THE KEY. Ellis M. Stanley, Sr., CEM General Manager, Emergency Preparedness Department City of Los Angeles. Geography and 100 Years of History, Dictate Preparedness Geography UNIQUE SEISMIC FAULT SYSTEM

By zanna
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EEn.2.1.1 Explain how plate tectonics , and volcanoes impact the lithosphere .

EEn.2.1.1 Explain how plate tectonics , and volcanoes impact the lithosphere .

EEn.2.1.1 Explain how plate tectonics , and volcanoes impact the lithosphere . I. Plate Tectonics pages 254-257.

By weldon
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General Geology: Convergent plate boundaries Mass wasting

General Geology: Convergent plate boundaries Mass wasting

General Geology: Convergent plate boundaries Mass wasting . Instructor: Prof. Dr. Boris Natalin. Topics . Orogeny and orogenic belts Subduction zones Continental collisions Transform boundaries Hot spots. Mountain belts. Planes and mountains (cratons and orogens).

By brice
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Tall Buildings Initiative Summary of Case Studies

Tall Buildings Initiative Summary of Case Studies

Tall Buildings Initiative Summary of Case Studies. Farzin Zareian University of California, Irvine. Quake Summit 2010 San Francisco, Oct 8, 2010. Collaborators. Jack Moehle , Yousef Bozorgnia . UCB John Wallace, Zeynep Tuna. UCLA Tony Yang. UBC Pierson Jones. UCI Nilesh Shome . RMS

By amelie
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PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS. BY: Jamie Mosely. The History of Pangaea . Alfred Wegner (German geologist) created the Pangaea theory and called it Pangaea or “all the earth” which took place during the Paleozoic and Mesozoic eras

By ann
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PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS

PLATE TECTONICS. Early Thoughts on PT Scientists recognized that the continents appeared to fit together, most notably Africa and South America Also fossils from the same land organisms were found on continents separated by oceans. Early Theory: Continental Drift

By keenan
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Plate Tectonics and the Ocean Floor

Plate Tectonics and the Ocean Floor

Plate Tectonics and the Ocean Floor. Continental Drift. Theory proposed by Alfred Wegener in 1912 Continents once formed a single landmass. Early Evidence. Age of Oceanic Crust. Courtesy of www.ngdc.noaa.gov. Paleomagnetism. Plate Tectonics – 1960’s. Explains HOW the plates moved.

By barton
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Proposed by Alfred Wegener in 1912; the hypothesis that state that the continents once formed a single landmass ( Pangea ), broke up, and drifted to their current location. Theory of Continental Drift. Shape of the continents Fossil evidence on both sides of the Atlantic

By serena
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Stress, Faulting, Folding, Mountain Building

Stress, Faulting, Folding, Mountain Building

Stress, Faulting, Folding, Mountain Building. Inside Earth:. Have you ever tried to bend something, only to have it break?. How can material bend at one time and break at another?. The answer is that the stress you put on the material was different each time.

By nuru
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Hannah Emerick 5 th Period. 1. Wegener’s Theory of Continental Drift and the Supercontinent Theory (Continued). a. Continental Drift

By stu
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Bye Jodie,Dylan,Roman . What is an earthquake.

By janae
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Earthquake Science Center work for CalVO and VHP

Earthquake Science Center work for CalVO and VHP

Earthquake Science Center work for CalVO and VHP. May 14, 2014 Nick Beeler for Tom Brocher, Director. Topics. ESC assistance for CalVO NCSN – Long Valley seismicity, real-time HypoDD implemented, status of health software Geodesy – monitoring inflation at Long Valley

By lapis
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What are Transform Boundaries, Flysch , and Exotic Terranes ?

What are Transform Boundaries, Flysch , and Exotic Terranes ?

What are Transform Boundaries, Flysch , and Exotic Terranes ?. NOT. Definitions Transform boundary is the act of continual bouncing until change occurs. Flysch are floppy and wet critters. E xotic terrane is a choo-choo from someplace else. What kind of fault is the San Andreas?.

By mikko
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SCEC VDO Mini Grand Challenge 2014 Visualizing Earthquake Country

SCEC VDO Mini Grand Challenge 2014 Visualizing Earthquake Country

SCEC VDO Mini Grand Challenge 2014 Visualizing Earthquake Country. THE GREAT CALIFORNIA SHAKEOUT. Sheila Bart, Greg Berger, Georgina Campos, Garland Chen , Jaquelyn Felix, Brandon Green. Why is California referred to as “earthquake country”?. The frequency of earthquakes in California.

By urbano
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Section 1: Earth’s Crust in Motion How Do Stress Forces Affect Rock?

Section 1: Earth’s Crust in Motion How Do Stress Forces Affect Rock?

Section 1: Earth’s Crust in Motion How Do Stress Forces Affect Rock?. The movement of earth’s plates creates powerful forces that squeeze or pull the rock in the crust – these forces are examples of stress Stress – a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume

By hammer
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