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Jeopardy Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200Sea-Floor Spreading Plate Tectonics Earth’s Structure Continental Drift Energy Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Answer The thinner, denser type of crust.
$100 Question What is oceanic crust?
$200 Answer The rigid layer is made up ofthe crust and upper portion of the mantle.
$200 Question What is the lithosphere?
$300 Answer A method scientists use to indirectlystudy the interior of the Earth.
$300 Question What are seismic waves/Earth’s magnetic field?
$400 Answer The dense layer of solid iron and nickel.
$400 Question What is the inner core?
$500 Answer The most massive of all of Earth’s layers.
$500 Question What is the mantle?
$100 Answer The direct transfer of energy through space.
$100 Question What is radiation?
$200 Answer A type of heat transfer between materialsthat are in contact.
$200 Question What is conduction?
$300 Answer Measure of how much mass there isin a volume of a substance.
$300 Question What is density?
$400 Answer The transfer of heat by themovement of a fluid (liquid or gas).
$400 Question What is convection?
$500 Answer Convection currents are foundin these two layers of the Earth (be specific!)
$500 Question What is the outer core and mantle (asthenosphere)?
$100 Answer The last supercontinent landmass.
$100 Question What is Pangaea?
$200 Answer He was one of the first topropose the theory of Continental Drift.
$200 Question Who is Alfred Wegener?
$300 Answer The reason the continental drift hypothesiswas initially rejected by the scientific community.
$300 Question What is no explanation for a forcethat can move continents?
$400 Answer Any trace of an ancient organismthat has been preserved in rock.
$400 Question What is a fossil?
$500 Answer All three main pieces of evidencethat support continental drift.
$500 Question What is evidence from land features,fossils, and climate.
$100 Answer Location of sea-floor spreading.
$100 Question What are mid-ocean ridges?
$200 Answer Process by which ocean floor sinks beneath a deep-ocean trench and back into the mantle.
$200 Question What is subduction?
$300 Answer Causes the ocean floor tomove like conveyer belts, creating new land.
$300 Question What is sea-floor spreading?
$400 Answer The device used to map the mid-ocean ridges.
$400 Question What is sonar?
$500 Answer The three main pieces of evidencethat support sea-floor spreading.
$500 Question What are evidence of molten material, magnetic stripes,and drilling samples that show old and new rock?
$100 Answer Separate sections of the lithosphere.
$100 Question What are tectonic plates?
$200 Answer Type of boundary where one plate can sink beneaththe other.
$200 Question What is a convergent boundary?
$300 Answer Type of boundary where rift valleys form.
$300 Question What is a divergent boundary?
$400 Answer Type of boundary where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions.
$400 Question What is a transform boundary?
$500 Answer The types of plates that collide to form large, foldedmountain ranges.
$500 Question What are continental plates?
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Final Jeopardy Answer Who is Harry Hess?
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