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Chapter 5 Jeopardy LandslidesEarthquakesVolcanoesSafetyMystery 10 20 30 40 50
What is a flood?
A large amount of rock and soil that rapidly moves downhill
Land that becomes too full of water and slides down a slope
What is the main cause of landslides?
How is a mudslide different from a landslide?
A break or crack in Earth’s crust
Earth’s crust is made up of gigantic slabs of rock called _____________.
What is the main cause of a tsunami?
A sudden shaking or trembling in Earth’s crust.
What are the different ways in which plates can interact with each other?
What is an eruption?
A mountain that builds up around an opening in Earth’s crust.
What is a crater?
A place where magma partially melts through Earth’s crust.
How did the Hawaiian Islands form? Explain the sequence.
What should you do if you are near a landslide?
When should you move to higher ground?
If you are outside during an earthquake, what should you do?
What are some things that you should have in our emergency supply kit for a volcano?
What should you wear if you are near an active volcano?
Heavy rains can soak the soil on a slope of land and cause a __________.
What is the difference between an active volcano and a dormant volcano?
Along which type of faults do plates slide against each other?
What did our experiment with the toothpaste represent?
What damage can a flood cause?
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