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High Medium Low Seismologists report some small scale movements in the tectonic plates.
High Medium Low Local police report cracks appearing in roads along the path of the fault.
High Medium Low Mitchell and Nathan huge each other... they are scared…
High Medium Low Stable seismic activity, no need for worry.
High Medium Low Local citizens report birds have been seen flying on mass across the skies.
High Medium Low Megan and Luke look at each other in a strange way…
High Medium Low Park rangers report the level of the local reservoir has fallen.
High Medium Low Local residents reporting loss of pressure in water pipes.
Osmosis and Diffusion Semi-Permeable membrane – allows some things through and keeps other things out (Also called selectively permeable)
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General Science. What is an Earthquake? Earthquakes are one of the most powerful natural forces Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth.
Earthquakes. What are Earthquakes? Earthquakes are vibrations caused by Earth movements at plate boundaries and at major fault lines (cracks in the earth’s.
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Physical Results of Earthquakes. They Shape Our Landscape As plates move, we may feel these movements as earthquakes If there were no plate motions,
Natural Hazards and Our Dynamic Planet LAB 7 What natural hazards do dynamic events cause? Our planet is dynamic because it is powerful, active Our planet.
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Earthquakes Chloe Aylmer 8C. An earthquake is a disturbance that can be disruptive and can have serious or small effects. It is caused by the movements.
Mr. Ochoa 6 th grade teacher Mountain View Middle School.
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Global Wind Currents Winds can occur on small scales in local areas, or on much larger scales globally Global winds drive steady, persistent winds across.
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By Thomas Wuertzer. Above the wing fast moving air creates low pressure they are curved on the top.
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Rocks and Weathering Moving Rocks. Do rivers flow at the same rate all year round? As a river flows to the sea, the water carries rocks and stones along.
Earthquake Prediction Methods. Earthquake predictions Because earthquakes do not happen on regular intervals it is difficult to predict when the next.
Seismic Waves & Earth’s Interior Seismograph Seismometers and Seismograms.
The Earth is made up of several plates There are about a dozen major plates and many minor plates These tectonic plates move at different rates that vary.
Four types of clouds What each type looks like What weather is associated with each cloud What level each cloud is at in the sky.
Earthquakes and Society Chapter 8 Section 3 Earthquake Hazard.
Tides. Tides The rise and fall of the ocean water levels along the coast are called tides. The amount of water in the ocean doesn’t change but moves in.
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