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100 200 300 400 500 Volcanoes and Plates MagmaEruptionsLandforms Essay Topics Capture the Chapter
The _______________ is a belt of volcanoes around the rim of the Pacific Ocean. A 100
What is the Ring of Fire? A 100
An area where magma melts through the crust in the middle of a plate is called a(n) _____________. A 200
What is a hot spot? A 200
These form along the boundaries of Earth’s plates. A 300
What are volcanic belts? A 300
This volcanic formation occurs where two plates converge and subduction causes crust to be melted in the mantle. A 400
What is an island arc? A 400
This is a weak spot in the crust where molten material reaches Earth’s surface. A 500
What is a volcano? A 500
The molten mixture of rock- forming substances, gases, and water deep in Earth’s mantle is called __________. B 100
What is magma? B 100
The more __________ that magma contains, the thicker the magma is. B 200
What is silica? B 200
A substance that cannot be broken down into other substances is a(n) ________. B 300
What is an element? B 300
A substance’s ability to burn is an example of a(n) __________________. B 400
What is a chemical property? B 400
Pahoehoe and aa are produced during __________ eruptions. B 500
What are quiet? B 500
A(n) ________________ happens when an explosive eruption hurls ash, cinders, bombs, and gases out of a volcano. C 100
What is a pyroclastic flow? C 100
Liquid magma flows upward through the crust because it is _________ dense than the solid material around it. C 200
What is less? C 200
Inside a volcano, magma collects in a pocket called a __________________. C 300
What is a magma chamber? C 300
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This is a physical property of magma from a quiet eruption. C 400
What is flows easily, low silica content, low viscosity? (any one of the above will do) C 400
A volcano that is erupting or has shown signs that it may erupt in the future is called _________________. C 500
What is active? C 500
A(n) ___________ is a wide, gently sloping mountain made of hardened layers of low-silica lava. D 100
What is a shield volcano? D 100
A(n) _______________ forms when magma hardens in a volcano’s pipe and is later exposed. D 200
What is a volcanic neck? D 200
Magma that forces itself across rock layers hardens to form this. D 300
What is a dike? D 300
A(n) _______________ is hot water and steam that erupts from the ground. D 400
What is a geyser? D 400
When the top of a volcanic mountain collapses, a ____________ forms. D 500
What is a caldera? D 500
This is the energy derived from water that has been heated by magma underground. E 100
What is geothermal energy? E 100
This is why explosive eruptions cause ash, cinders and bombs to be produced. E 200
What is the lava that is ejected has a high viscosity and silica content which forces it to be broken down as it cools to form these particles? (Accept reasonable answers) E 200
This is how geothermal energy is used. E 300
What is for heating homes as hot water and for creating electricity by using steam to power turbines? (Accept reasonable answers) E 300
This is the main difference between a composite volcano and the type of volcano that forms the Hawaiian Islands. E 400
What is the Hawaiian Islands are shield volcanoes made up of thin layers of lava in a gently sloping mountain? (Accept reasonable answers) E 400
An earthquake changed the geysers at Yellowstone National Park. Some geysers now erupt at different times than they did before. This is the reason why these changes may have occurred. E 500
What is the changes may have closed some channels in the rock and opened others or may have widened or narrowed some channels? (Accept reasonable answers) E 500
A(n) _________________ is a mass of rock that formed when a large body of magma cooled inside Earth’s crust. F 100
What is a batholith? F 100
Volcanic soils are fertile because they contain ____________. F 200
What is phosphorus and potassium? F 200
Layers of thin, runny lava that flow over a wide area before they cool and harden can build up a ___________. F 300
What is a lava plateau? F 300
This is the type of volcano that forms when you have a layer of ash, cinders, and bombs followed by a layer of lava then more ash, cinders and bombs. F 400
What is a composite volcano? F 400
These are two factors that affect the force of a volcanic eruption. F 500
What are viscosity and silica content? F 500
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