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Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
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Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science
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Jeopardytemplate25/Earth Science

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  • 1. Choose a category.You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  • 2. Click here for Final Je
  • 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. Range
  • 5. Mountains neverstand alone, they are a part of a mountain....
  • 6. Plates
  • 7. Most mountainsform when what collides?
  • 8. Circum-PacificMountain Belt
  • 9. What is the nameof the two types ofMountain Belts on Earth?
  • 10. It means they float
  • 11. What does it mean when plates are Isostasy
  • 12. Reduces volumeand will push rock higher up or deeper down into the crust
  • 13. Compression is a force that causesrocks to do what?
  • 14. Be pulled apart to become thinner
  • 15. Tension is a forcethat causes rocks to do what?
  • 16. Pushes rocks inopposite horizontal direction. Rocks can bend, twist, and break
  • 17. Shearing the forcethat causes rocks to do what?
  • 18. Large Mountainswith large areas offlat topped rocks
  • 19. Describe Plateaus
  • 20. Folding mountains are formed when plates collide
  • 21. What are 4different types of mountains and how are they formed?
  • 22. Fault blocked mountains
  • 23. What are 4different types of mountains and how are they formed?
  • 24. VolcanicMountains
  • 25. What are 4different types of mountains and how are they formed?
  • 26. Dome Mountains
  • 27. What are 4different types of mountains and how are they formed?
  • 28. It will thicken or become deeper
  • 29. IsostaticMovements
  • 30. As a volcanic mountain isformed, what ishappening to thecrust beneath it
  • 31. The up/downmotion of theplates is called
  • 32. Weight
  • 33. The Earths crust will sink deeperinto the mantle as aresult of increase in what
  • 34. Mountain ranges, rivers glacier foundations
  • 35. Isostatic adjustment is constantlyoccurring in areas of the crust thatare characterized
  • 36. Compression
  • 37. A change in shape and volume ofcrustal rock due to stress is called what
  • 38. Stress/Strain
  • 39. Folding of rock is most likely tohappen when rocks undergo what
  • 40. Folding
  • 41. Permanentdeformation of a rock without itbreaking is called what
  • 42. Under extreme stress when theybecome deformed
  • 43. Where in the earth do rocks most likely break
  • 44. Below the faultplane of the non vertical fault
  • 45. The footwall consists of rocksmost likely located where
  • 46. Rock above the non vertical fault
  • 47. Where is the hanging walllocated at on a fault
  • 48. Plate Collisions
  • 49. Volcanoes are most commonly produced when what type of collisions occur
  • 50. Mountains
  • 51. What mostcommonly formsalong convergent boundaries
  • 52. Formed when thick horizontallayers of rock are slowly lifted
  • 53. How are plateaus formed
  • 54. Make your wager
  • 55. A group of adjacentmountains with thesame general shape and sturcture
  • 56. What is amountain range?

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