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    • Earthquakes All about earthquakes By: Noe Mexicano and Thomas Gainey
    • Compression
      • Stress that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks.
    • Normal Fault
      • Normal fault is
      • In a normal fault the hanging wall slips down relative to the foot wall
    • Strike Slip Fault
      • Strike slip fault is Rock on either side
      • Of a rock strike slip fault
      • Slip past each other
    • Reverse fault
      • A reverse fault the hanging wall moves up relative to the foot wall.
    • Plateau
      • A plateau is a large area of flat land elavaeated high above sea level.
    • Syncline
      • A downward fold in a rock formed by compression In earth’s crust.
    • Stress
      • Stress is a face that acts on rock to change it’s shape or volume
    • Tension
      • Tension pulls on the crust stretching rock so that it becomes thinner in the middle
    • Shearing
      • Shearing- can cause masses of rock
      • to slip.
      Click here to watch a earth quake video
    • Anticline
      • A fold in rock that bends upward into an
      • Arch is an anticline.
    • Hanging wall
      • The block of rock that the upper half
      • Of a fault.
    • Recourses
      • http://earthsci.org/education/teacher/basicgeol/deform/syncline.gif
      • http://www.readygenesee.com/images/earthquake.jpg
      • http://www.durangobill.com/AncestralRivers/AfricaLufira.jpg
      http://www.dukelabs.com/Abstracts%20and%20Papers/19Primer_files/image002.jpg http://www.disastervideo.net/earthquake-car.php