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Notes 5-1   Notes 5-2   Notes 5-3   Vocabulary    Misc.                                      Terms10 Point    10 Point    ...
Deformation
The crust is the bending, tilting,and braking of the earth’s crust.
Platemovement
What causes stress onthe earth’s surfacecrust.
Stress
What cause strainon the crust.
Compression
What occurs whencrustal rocks areSqueezed together?
Tension
What is the forcethat pulls the rocks      apart.
Deformed
In extreme stress, rockbecomes so What? itmay break.
Folding
When rocks respond to stress by becomingpermanently deformedwithout breaking it is    called what?
Rock
In extreme stress, Whatbecomes so deformed itmay break.
Stress
When What is appliedslowly, the deformed rockwill return to it’s originalshape.
What is a downcurved fold in whichthe youngest layer isin the center
Syncline
What is a downcurved fold in whichthe youngest layer isin the center.
Mountain Range
A group of adjacentmountains with the   same general
Continents
Mountains canalso form when  two what   collide?
Mountain System
a group ofadjacentmountain ranges.
Mountain Belts
the largest mountain system are part of   two still larger      systems.
Molten Rock
Mountains that formwhen What erupts   onto the earth     surface.
Anticline
Upcurve fold in   which the oldest layer isin the center of the of the fold
Syncline
A down curved fold in which the youngestlayer is in the    center
Monocline
A fold in which  both limbs    remain horizontal or    vertical.
Normal Fault
Hanging wall moves downrelative to thefootwall along   divergent  boundaries
Reverse Fault
Compression   causes thehanging wall tomove up relative to the footwall
Footwall
rock below thefault plane of anonvertical fault
Thrust Fault
Fault plane is a low  angle or nearly   horizontal &  hanging wall is  pushed up over        rock
Strike-slip fault
rock on either side of the fault planeslides horizontally   at transform    boundaries
Hanging wall
rock above thefault plane of anonverticalfault
Fault
when rocks donot move
Make your wager
Fracture
No movement inthe rocks alongeither side of abreak.
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  1. 1. Choose a category.You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  2. 2. Click here for Final Je
  3. 3. Notes 5-1 Notes 5-2 Notes 5-3 Vocabulary Misc. Terms10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points
  4. 4. Deformation
  5. 5. The crust is the bending, tilting,and braking of the earth’s crust.
  6. 6. Platemovement
  7. 7. What causes stress onthe earth’s surfacecrust.
  8. 8. Stress
  9. 9. What cause strainon the crust.
  10. 10. Compression
  11. 11. What occurs whencrustal rocks areSqueezed together?
  12. 12. Tension
  13. 13. What is the forcethat pulls the rocks apart.
  14. 14. Deformed
  15. 15. In extreme stress, rockbecomes so What? itmay break.
  16. 16. Folding
  17. 17. When rocks respond to stress by becomingpermanently deformedwithout breaking it is called what?
  18. 18. Rock
  19. 19. In extreme stress, Whatbecomes so deformed itmay break.
  20. 20. Stress
  21. 21. When What is appliedslowly, the deformed rockwill return to it’s originalshape.
  22. 22. What is a downcurved fold in whichthe youngest layer isin the center
  23. 23. Syncline
  24. 24. What is a downcurved fold in whichthe youngest layer isin the center.
  25. 25. Mountain Range
  26. 26. A group of adjacentmountains with the same general
  27. 27. Continents
  28. 28. Mountains canalso form when two what collide?
  29. 29. Mountain System
  30. 30. a group ofadjacentmountain ranges.
  31. 31. Mountain Belts
  32. 32. the largest mountain system are part of two still larger systems.
  33. 33. Molten Rock
  34. 34. Mountains that formwhen What erupts onto the earth surface.
  35. 35. Anticline
  36. 36. Upcurve fold in which the oldest layer isin the center of the of the fold
  37. 37. Syncline
  38. 38. A down curved fold in which the youngestlayer is in the center
  39. 39. Monocline
  40. 40. A fold in which both limbs remain horizontal or vertical.
  41. 41. Normal Fault
  42. 42. Hanging wall moves downrelative to thefootwall along divergent boundaries
  43. 43. Reverse Fault
  44. 44. Compression causes thehanging wall tomove up relative to the footwall
  45. 45. Footwall
  46. 46. rock below thefault plane of anonvertical fault
  47. 47. Thrust Fault
  48. 48. Fault plane is a low angle or nearly horizontal & hanging wall is pushed up over rock
  49. 49. Strike-slip fault
  50. 50. rock on either side of the fault planeslides horizontally at transform boundaries
  51. 51. Hanging wall
  52. 52. rock above thefault plane of anonverticalfault
  53. 53. Fault
  54. 54. when rocks donot move
  55. 55. Make your wager
  56. 56. Fracture
  57. 57. No movement inthe rocks alongeither side of abreak.
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