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Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes
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Alexus And Sierra Earthquakes

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  • 1. Earthquakes By: Sierra and Alexus
  • 2. Stress
    • A force that acts on rock to change it’s shape of volume
  • 3. Types of Stress
    • Tension
    • Click here to
    • hear
    • Shearing Compression
  • 4. Faults
    • A fault is when a rock breaks
    • Most faults occur along plate boundary’s
  • 5. Click Here to Watch!!!
  • 6. Normal Faults
    • When an rock is pulled apart
    • Is also an angle
  • 7. Reverse Fault
    • When a rock is pushed together
  • 8. Strike-Slip Fault
    • Move past each other sideways
  • 9. Hanging Wall
    • The block of rock that lies above a fault
  • 10. Foot Wall
    • Is the block of rock that lies below a fault
  • 11. Syncline
    • A fold in a rock that bends downward to form a valley
  • 12. Anticline
    • A fold that bends upward to form a arch
  • 13. Plateau
    • Is a large area of flat land elevated high above sea level
  • 14. Sierra and Alexus Give Thanks To These Sites!!!!!
    • Library.thinkquest
    • Green.nationalgeographic.com
    • Geology.wcedu.pima…
    • Eagle.csd49.org
    • Images.google.com
    • Wilcherish.com
    • Wilderness.org
    • Cgrove417.org
    • Classzone.com
    • Homewood.k12.a…
    • Lgsweb.org
    • Classic.mountainzo…
      • En .wikipedia.org/wiki/
      • Cacegypt.org
      • Nees.cornell.e…
      • Fs.fed.us
      • Geopubs.wr.usgs.go
      • Indiana.edu
      • Cccrow.com
      • Tulane.edu
      • Z.about.com
      • Utpb.edu
      • Manxgeology.com

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