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Warm Up September 16 th, 2013
“Latin and Greek” Derivatives* 6) Terr land 7) Subunder 8) Panall 9) Seismoearthquake 10) Ign(is)fire
So what are hotspots again? A portion of the Earth's surface which experiences volcanism, usually relating to an unusually weak lithosphere or an unusually hot area from the mantle.
Plates Move: Graphic Organizer Title Page: -Title, Name, Date, Block, 1 picture 5 Tabs: -Title for Each -4-5 facts per tab -1 colored picture per tab Plates Move Name, date, block Pangaea 16-A Mid-ocean ridges 23-A Magnetic Reversals 24-A Hot Spots 27-28A Reflection ?’s Ch 1A
RAP 1. _____causes earthquakes 2. _____type of plate boundary that volcanic arches, mountain ranges, and volcanic islands form at 3. _____ factories.
There are approximately 600 active volcanoes on land. Analyze this sentence: approximately active land.
Volcanoes This power point has facts which are based on volcanoes.
Birth of a Volcano. What Causes Volcanoes? Effects of Plate Tectonics Forces from Within the Earth.
Spheres of the earth 1.What is the Atmosphere? Layer of gases that surround the earth 1.What is the Biosphere? The part of the earth where life exists.
Inside Earth Chapter 3 Volcanoes 3.1 Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics
The Lithosphere - Tectonics. Geologic Time Scale Figure 8.1.
By: Mitchell Anderson and Nick Sierpien. Divergent Plates Convergent Plates Continental Plates Transform Boundaries Hot Spots.
Warm Up, Sept. 9 th, ) Who proposed the idea of continental drift? 2) What do the prefixes en- and ex- mean? Give one example of each in a word.
Objective 5 October 2012 Describe the theory of continental drift.
Theory that all of the continents were once one large landmass (Pangaea) that has broken up and drifted apart. –Alfred Wegener Evidence –Continents fit.
Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics EQ: Where are Earth’s volcanic regions?
Earth & Space Science - Chapter 8 Test Review Guide
The Earth and it’s layers
Volcanoes can form at any point where the crust is weak. They mostly form along boundaries of Earth’s plates because that is where the rocks tend to be.
Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics Chapter 6 Section 1.
Chapter 3 – Volcanoes. Volcanic belts from along the boundaries of Earth’s plates. There are 600 active volcanoes on land and many more beneath the.
OCR-A AS Plate tectonics Convection currents.
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