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Earthquake Waves

Earthquake Waves

Earthquake Waves. These waves are the fastest waves. These waves travel through anything. These waves are secondary waves. This is the place inside the Earth where the Earthquake actually occurs. This is the place on the surface of the Earth directly above the Earthquake location.

By Mercy
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What are Earthquakes?

What are Earthquakes?

What are Earthquakes?. Where do most earthquakes occur? By looking at maps showing past seismic activity, one can see that earthquakes occur mostly at the boundaries of tectonic plates, where the plates move with respect to each other. What are Earthquakes? continued.

By jennessa
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Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves?

Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves?

The Structure of the Earth. Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves? How do Scientists explore the structure of the earth?. Use IRIS interactive map below, then go to the next slide and click on the question marks to discuss those points in your group!. IRIS.

By ailsa
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Lithospheric thickness (from surface waves)

Lithospheric thickness (from surface waves)

Lithospheric thickness (from surface waves). Turcotte & Schubert 2002. Elastic thickness. EQ depth. Shear wave velocity. Stein & Wysession, 1993. 50 100 150. Ocean floor bathymetry. Turcotte & Schubert 2002. Heat flow. Turcotte & Schubert 2002.

By luyu
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Artifacts of teleseismic body-wave inversion Don L. Anderson

Artifacts of teleseismic body-wave inversion Don L. Anderson

Artifacts of teleseismic body-wave inversion Don L. Anderson. A cylinder (a) and a pillbox (b) both give a tent or cone plus rabbit ears when teleseismic body waves are inverted. Slowness perturbations. Keller et al.

By bobby
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https://youtube/watch?v=YhMiuzyU1ag

https://youtube/watch?v=YhMiuzyU1ag

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YhMiuzyU1ag. Day 2. Unit 5: Waves. Periodic/Simple harmonic motion is back-and-forth motion. Springs are one example. http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/waves/Lesson-0/Properties-of-Periodic-Motion Spring simulation.

By cleavon
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Freak Waves and Wave Breaking - Catastrophic Events in Ocean

Freak Waves and Wave Breaking - Catastrophic Events in Ocean

Freak Waves and Wave Breaking - Catastrophic Events in Ocean. V.E. Zakharov [1,2,3,4] in collaboration with Alexander Dyachenko [3,4] , Andrey Pushkarev [2,4] , Alexander Prokofiev [3,4] and Alexander Korotkevich [1,3]. University of Arizona Lebedev Institute for Physics

By dante
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Oceanic Seismic Activity

Oceanic Seismic Activity

Oceanic Seismic Activity. (A.K.A. When things go boom!). Volcanic Islands.

By shlomo
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May 12, 2014

May 12, 2014

May 12, 2014. Homework: Read pages 15-16 (Stop at Longitudinal Wave) in Sound and Light textbook- Define bold terms. -Unit vocabulary sheet due Friday Do Now : Write down homework Open textbook to pg. 14 Open notebook to page 30. What are Waves?.

By blaise
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Unit 3:Tectonic Processes

Unit 3:Tectonic Processes

Unit 3:Tectonic Processes. November 14, 2011. Todays Class. I will return your exams tomorrow. (Grades Look Good) Pick up a textbook from the library We will start Unit 3 today( Tectonic Processes) This unit has a lot of vocabulary words. Please download the vocabulary pdf from my website.

By ethel
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Mapping the Earth’s Interior

Mapping the Earth’s Interior

Seismic Waves. Just like doctors use an MRI, CT scan, or an x-ray to see inside our bodies, geologists use seismic waves. . Mapping the Earth’s Interior Allows scientists to see how energy travels from the point of an earthquake through the Earth’s interior. Travel outward in all directions

By roger
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Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes

Monitoring Earthquakes. C5S3. The Seismograph. The Seismograph is a heavy weight attached to a frame by a spring or wire. A pen connected to the weight rests on its point on a drum that can rotate. How does seismographs work?.

By kirk
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Chapter 21.2

Chapter 21.2

By the end of this section you should be able to… Identify where in the world most earthquakes occur Explain how scientists learn about earthquakes and the Earth’s interior Identify different types of volcanoes, and main components of them. Chapter 21.2. Earthquakes and Volcanoes.

By sharla
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Chapter 2

Chapter 2

Chapter 2. Earthquakes. Earthquakes Occur Along Faults. Chapter 2.1. Rocks Move Along faults. Fault: fracture or break in Earth’s lithosphere along which blocks of rock move past each other. Stress: Force exerted when an object pushes or pulls on another object.

By yin
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Earthquakes & Volcanoes!

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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Anatomy of an Earthquake

Anatomy of an Earthquake

Anatomy of an Earthquake. Seismic waves and the shadow zone. What are Earthquakes?. Sudden release of energy in the Earth’s crust and creates seismic waves. Occurs naturally or human induced. . What is the anatomy of an earthquake?. Faulting: most common cause of earthquakes

By tracy
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. 7 th Grade Science. Lesson 1. Earthquake- vibrations in the earth caused by sudden release of energy, as a result of the movement of rocks along a fault Seismologist- scientist who studies earthquakes. Lesson 2. Earthquake Waves

By silvio
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Geology

Geology

Geology. The earths structure. Earths history. Close examination of a globe results in the observation that most of the continents seem to fit together like a puzzle. In 1912 Alfred Wegner theorised that all the continents had once been joined together.

By jarah
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Rocks move along faults. Fault: A fracture, or break, in the Earth’s lithosphere, where blocks of rock move past each other. The rocks bend as stress is put on them. Stress: the force exerted when an object presses on, pulls on, or pushes against another object. .

By shakti
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Chapter 6 February 2012 This topic will shake you up. Stress. Stress- a force (energy) that acts on rock to change its shape or volume Types of Stress Tension- pulls or stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the middle. This happens at divergent plate boundaries.

By noe
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