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Tectonic Activity Earthquakes o        Introduction o        Causes of Earthquakes o        Measuring Earthquakes o     

Tectonic Activity Earthquakes o        Introduction o        Causes of Earthquakes o        Measuring Earthquakes o     

Tectonic Activity Earthquakes o        Introduction o        Causes of Earthquakes o        Measuring Earthquakes o        Effect of Earthquakes. An earthquake is the shaking and vibration of the Earth’s crust due to plate tectonics (movement of plates)

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Earth Science and M.E.A.P

Earth Science and M.E.A.P

Earth Science and M.E.A.P. The benchmarks and you!. EG. Geosphere Benchmark 2 Use the plate tectonics theory to explain features of the earth’s surface and geological phenomena, and describe evidence for the plate tectonics theory. Key concepts. Earth Composition.

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3.3 Plates Move Apart

3.3 Plates Move Apart

3.3 Plates Move Apart . Learn about: Different plate boundaries What happens when plates move apart. How the direction and speed of plates can be measured. Plate Boundaries. There are three kinds of plate boundaries Divergent Convergent Transform

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Overview of Our Solar System

Overview of Our Solar System

Overview of Our Solar System. Overview of Our Solar System. Earth is one of nine planets revolving around, or orbiting, the Sun. .

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Mt.Etna 2001

Mt.Etna 2001

Mt.Etna 2001. Location Located in central Europe off the south west tip of Italy, Mt. Etna is located on the Isle of Sicily. Etna is on the east coast of the island and can be seen from all areas of the island as it the most dominant landscape feature. Mt.Etna 2001.

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ISOSTASY

ISOSTASY

ISOSTASY. Removal of material from the top will induce uplift at the surface. Removal of material from the bottom will produce subsidence. Thus, in the case of tectonic extension, isostasy will produce an effect that is opposite to thermal uplift. TECTONIC BASINS.

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Chp14: Mass Wasting

Chp14: Mass Wasting

Mass Wasting (mass movement) -defined as the downslope movement of material under the influence of gravity -aided most by weathering -usually involve surficial material -move at different rates 1. creep-slow 2. rockfall or slide- fast

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Deposition of Sediment… Sedimentary Rock Layers

Deposition of Sediment… Sedimentary Rock Layers

Scroll down to see animation. Deposition of Sediment… Sedimentary Rock Layers. By Principle of Superposition, Oldest is on bottom… youngest on top. Tilting by tectonic activity. Tilting must be after deposition by Principle of Original Horizontality.

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Andean Region

Andean Region

Andean Region . plates. This plate between the South American plate and the subduction of the Nazca and the Antarctic plate This plate boundary is located along the west coast of south America where the plate borders the countries of: Colombia Ecuador Peru Bolivia.

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The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds

The Outer Worlds. Chapter Sixteen. Introduction To Modern Astronomy I. ASTR 11 1 – 003 Fall 2006 Lecture 13 Nov. 27 , 2006. Ch7: Comparative Planetology I Ch8: Comparative Planetology II

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It’s Volcanic!

It’s Volcanic!

It’s Volcanic!. Presentation By: Raquel Fusick , Gina Bradshaw, Vanessa Hipkins and Stacey Longeau. Context. Grade: 7 Location: Midwest

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Tectonic

Tectonic

Tectonic . Adjective.

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Bellwork – Review of last week

Bellwork – Review of last week

Bellwork – Review of last week. Write the answers on your bellwork . 1. The inside of the earth is made up of ____ layers, the _______, ________, ________, and ____. 2. The _____ has magma, which flows in a _________ pattern.

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Classifying landforms and landform development

Classifying landforms and landform development

Classifying landforms and landform development. Primary landforms. Large masses of rock raised by the forces beneath the earth’s surface. Secondary landforms. Landforms that develop from primary landforms due to erosion. Primary and secondary ex. Surtsey – island near Iceland

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Formation of Earth’s Atmosphere

Formation of Earth’s Atmosphere

Formation of Earth’s Atmosphere. 5 pieces of paper – F or each vocabulary word: Include description/definition and a picture. Vocabulary for Unit 3 – Formation of Earth’s Atmosphere . Hydrosphere Lithosphere Magnetosphere Archean Photochemical Dissociation Solar Winds

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CHAPTER 18 CENTRAL ASIA

CHAPTER 18 CENTRAL ASIA

CHAPTER 18 CENTRAL ASIA. WARM UP: NAME THE CAPITALS OF THE FOLLOWING CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES: KAZAKHSTAN, UZBEKISTAN, TURKMENISTAN, TAJIKISTAN. NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS. All landlocked countries Altay Shan in far northeast Tian Shan and Pamirs in southeast What are these landforms?

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Today’s Schedule – 5/18/10

Today’s Schedule – 5/18/10

Today’s Schedule – 5/18/10. Chapter 29 Quiz – bCNN Student News 30.1 Vocab Check 30.1 PPT: Physical Geography of Southeast Asia Islands Continue No Reservation HW : 30.2 Vocab. REMINDERS. Thursday, May 20 th Unit 10 Current Event Friday, May 21 st Unit 10 Binder Chapter 30 Quiz.

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Himalayan environment and culture: the Himalayan “dilemma”

Himalayan environment and culture: the Himalayan “dilemma”

Himalayan environment and culture: the Himalayan “dilemma”. Geog 3251 Mountain Geography summer 2007 term A. Himalaya = dynamic region. Geologically Culturally Politically. Geology. Nepal’s Maoist movement. A war for ice.

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BELLRINGER

BELLRINGER

BELLRINGER Have your S. Asia history and Webquest worksheets out to check! Answer the following Q’s on a separate sheet of paper: Regarding innovation and technological advances, which early civs and empires of S. Asia were you most impressed with? Explain.

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World Geography 3202

World Geography 3202

World Geography 3202. Unit One Land And Water Forms. Introduction. Unit 1 introduces You to the concept that the earth’s surface is shaped by building-up and wearing away forces.

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