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  • 1. By: Dylan Quinn Taylor Stallings Alicia Hillier Earthquakes Etc.
  • 2.
    • ~a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
    Stress
  • 3.
    • ~Tension
    • ~Compression
    • ~Shearing
    Types of Stress
  • 4.
    • tension pulls on crust stretching rocks making the middle thinner. Occurs where two plates move apart
    Tension
  • 5.
    • ~compression squeezes rock until it folds and breaks
    Compression
  • 6.
    • ~shearing pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions, can cause rock to break, slip apart, or change shape
    Shearing
  • 7.
    • ~a break of rock in the crust
    • ~usually occur along earth’s crust’s boundaries
    Faults-
  • 8.
    • ~normal faults
    • ~reverse faults
    • ~strike slip faults
    Types of Faults
  • 9.
    • ~when rock pulls apart
    • ~normal faults are at angles
    • ~the top part is called the hanging wall
    • ~the bottom is called the foot wall
    Normal Faults
  • 10.
    • ~a fault in which the hanging wall has moved upward relative to the footwall
    Reverse Faults
  • 11.
    • ~two adjacent surfaces appearing to have moved horizontally
    Strike-Slip Faults
  • 12.
    • ~ the movement of the plates ,and the way they can fold, stretch and uplift the crust
    • ~click here to watch a video on changing earth’s surface
    Changing Earth's Surface
  • 13.
    • ~when the plate move it causes the earth to fold
    Folding Earth's Crust
  • 14. The End
  • 15.
    • Slide Layout By:
    • Dylan Quinn
    • Pictures By:
    • Taylor Stallings
    • Alicia Hillier
    • Info. By
    • Alicia Hiller
    • Taylor Stallings
    • Dylan Quinn
  • 16.
    • http://www1.istockphoto.com/file_thumbview_approve/1567886/2/istockphoto_1567886_broken_rock.jpg
    • http://www.pitt.edu/~cejones/GeoImages/7Structures/NormalFaults/MosaicCanyonNormalFaultSml.jpg
    • http://www.hp1039.jishin.go.jp/eqchreng/figures/af1-2.jpg
    • http://www.scienceclarified.com/landforms/images/ueol_01_img0005.jpg
    • www.indiana.edu/~g103/G103/week9/ssfault
    • www.indiana.edu/~g103/G103/week9/revfault.jpg
    Sorces