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Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class Unit 4 Jeopardy Fracturing Faults Fierce Folding & Uppity Uplift Shake n’ Quake Very Vivacious Volcanoes To Construct.

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2 Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class Unit 4 Jeopardy Fracturing Faults Fierce Folding & Uppity Uplift Shake n’ Quake Very Vivacious Volcanoes To Construct or Destruct…That is the Question?

3 A1 A strike slip fault can be described as a. the hanging wall moves up and footwall moves down. b. the hanging wall moves down and the footwall moves up. c. the opposing forces break the rock and the fault moves horizontally d. the rock slips down underneath another rock due to density Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

4 A2 What type of fault is found at a divergent plate boundary where tension stress is causing the faulting? a. Normal b. Reverse c. Strike – Slip d. Shear Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

5 A3 Look at the following picture to the left. Identify what type of fault this represents? a. Normal b. Reverse c. Strike - Slip d. Fold Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

6 A4 What is the name of the fault block labeled with the letter A? a. Volcanic Wall b. Hanging Wall c. Footwall d. Strike – Slip Wall Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class A B

7 A5 Another word that can be used to describe a fault is a. bending. b. shaking. c. breaking. d. uplift. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

8 B1 Look at the picture to the right. What type of fold is shown? a. Anticline b. Syncline c. Monocline d. Tricline Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

9 B2 A convergent plate boundary can lead to the folding (and faulting) of rock which can lead to the creation of mountain ranges. This convergent boundary is most likely occurring between a. Two Oceanic Plates b. An Oceanic and A Continental Plate c. Two Continental Plates d. All of the Above Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

10 B3 Uplift is described as the rising of the Earth’s crust to higher elevations, especially in mountainous areas, that at times can cause folding (and faulting). What is the main cause of this uplift? a. Landslides b. Deposition c. Earthquakes d. Weathering and Erosion Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

11 B4 The following picture is that of an anticline fold. Which of the following statements best describes this type of fold? a. The oldest rock is found in the middle and youngest on the edges b. The youngest rock is found in the middle and the oldest on the edges c. The oldest rock is on the top and the youngest on the bottom d. None of the Above Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

12 B5 Uplift can cause which of the following? a. Formation of mountains b. Folding and faulting of rock layers c. The shifting of fossils from lower levels of rock to upper levels of rock d. All of the Above Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

13 C1 Earthquakes are most likely to occur a. near the center of continents. b. along bodies of water. c. along plate boundaries. d. in mountainous areas. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

14 C2 Tectonic plates fit very close together like the pieces of a puzzle. As they move into, away from and past each other sometimes they break along faults causing the ground to move because of a sudden release of energy. This is known as a. plastic rebound. b. deformation. c. stress. d. elastic rebound. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

15 C3 Seismic waves travel from the center of the earthquake and a. only up to the surface. b. only out to the sides. c. only down to the core. d. in all directions. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

16 C4 What are two types of body waves produced by an earthquake? a. Surface Wave b. Pressure Wave c. Shear Wave d. Only b and c Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

17 C5 A pressure wave is also known as a ______________ wave and a shear wave is also known as a _______________ wave. a. Primary, Seismic b. Primary, Secondary c. Practical, Seismic d. Practical, Secondary Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

18 D1 Which of the following are characteristics of an explosive volcano? a. A high water and/or silica content b. Clouds of hot debris, ash and gas c. Millions of tons of lava released d. All of the Above Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

19 D2 Volcanoes form along the edge of plate boundaries. An example of volcanic activity forming at divergent boundaries is a. along a coastline at a subduction zone b. at a hot spot forming a chain of islands c. at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge when new sea floor is created d. None of these are examples of divergent boundaries Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

20 D3 A mantle plume is a characteristic of a a. lava plateau. b. hot spot. c. volcano. d. subduction zone. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

21 D4 The subducting of one plate under the other causing melting of the lower plate will result in which of the following? a. A mountain chain b. A volcanic mountain chain c. A row of hot spots d. A valley that is filled with lava Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

22 D5 Silica-rich magma is described as a. thin and easy flowing. b. hard and rocky. c. thick and slow moving. d. rich in water content. Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

23 E1 New plate material is constructed at what type of a plate boundary? a. Convergent; or two plates coming together b. Divergent; or two plates pulling apart c. Transform; or two plates sliding past each other d. Fold; or two plates bending Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

24 E2 Island chains are created by which type of geological event? a. Volcanic mountains b. Divergent plate boundaries c. Hot spots d. Uplift Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

25 E3 Faulting, folding and uplift can be responsible for the creation of which of the following? a. Mountain ranges b. Earthquakes c. Beaches d. Sediments Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

26 E4 Mountains have been developing continuously since the Earth formed and mountains are still developing today. What is the number one destructive force on these mountains? a. Sediment b. Deposition c. Weathering and Erosion d. Volcanic Eruptions Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class

27 E5 As lava rock quickly cools from an erupted volcano it is responsible for which of the following? a. Deposited sediment b. Surface rock formation c. Underground solidified rock chambers d. Breaking down of the volcanic mountain Mr. Hollander's 8th Grade Science Class


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