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1 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Earthquakes Shake Rattle Roll Lets get ready to rumble Lets get ready to rumble Answer – must in Q form – V holds the final right for the answer

2 Most earthquakes happen at the edges of

3 What are tectonic plates?

4 Waves that stretch rock sideways are called

5 What are S waves?

6 The waves that often travel ahead of other waves are

7 What are P waves?

8  The instrument used to record earthquakes is an) ____________________.

9 What is seismograph?

10 Name & describe a method to that is used to pinpoint where an earthquake has taking place?

11 What is the S-P time method 1.Collect several seismograms (example 3 stations) 2.Place seismograms on a time distance chart 3. Line up seismogram (P & S waves on time distance curve) 4.Determine seismographs distance to Primary wave – draw circle around stations 5. Where all three circles met is the epicenter

12 During an earthquake, people inside buildings should…

13 What is getting under a strong piece of furniture?

14 Strike-slip faults are created by

15 What is transform motion?

16 A measure of how likely an area is to experience an earthquake is its

17 What is a earthquake-hazard level?

18 The waves of energy from earthquakes that travel through Earth are called

19 What are seismic waves?

20 The epicenter of an earthquake is the point on Earth’s surface

21 What is directly above the earthquake’s focus?

22 A break in Earth’s crust along which blocks of crust slide relative to one another is

23 What is a fault?

24 What is the simplest method used to find an earthquake’s epicenter?

25 What is the S-P time method?

26 How much more ground motion does an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0 have than one with a magnitude of 3.0?

27 What is 10*10*10*10 or 10 to the fourth power (10 4) or 10,000 times more ground motion?

29 What is someone in authority tells you to?

30 Name three of the five methods that can be used to either retrofit or build a building that is earthquake resistance

31 What are Mass damper Active tendon system Base isolator Steel cross braces Flexible pipes?

32 What kind of deformation leads to earthquakes?

33 What is elastic deformation?

34 P waves and S waves are types of ____________________.

35 What are body waves?

36 Name the two types of deformation that stress out rocks

37 What are plastic & elastic ?

38 The gap hypothesis says that earthquakes are more likely to occur along a ____________________ than in any other areas.

39 What is a seismic gaps

40 The point at which an earthquake begins is called the ____________________,

41 What is the focus?

42 What is the measurement of the strength of an earthquake called?

43 What is magnitude?

44  What is the theory that active faults with few earthquakes in the past will have strong ones in the future?

45 What is the gap hypothesis?

46  What is the degree to which people feel an earthquake and how much damage it causes called?

47 What is intensity?

48  Which seismic waves do the greatest damage?

49 What are surface waves?

50 Name the three different types of faults & then describe the plate motion with each one

51 What are Strike Slip Fault = transform boundary – plates slip past each other Reverse Fault = Convergent boundary – plates are pushed together Normal Fault = Divergent boundary – plates move away from each other

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