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Welcome toWho Wants to be a tectonics Millionaire!!

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Here’s your £100 question….


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Which of these is a famous volcano?

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A: Mt St Michaels

B: Mt St Helens

C: Mt St Patrick

D:Mt St and Greavsie


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The earth’s crust is divided into what?

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A: Cups

B:Saucers

C: Bowls

D: Plates


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Which of these is not a type of plate boundary?

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A: Passive

B: Destructive

C: Constructive

D: Transform


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Another name for a destructive plate boundary is…

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A:Convergent

B:Divergent

C:Detergent

D:Transform


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Which of these is the correct order for the earth’s internal structure?

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A: Crust, magma, core

B:Core, Crust, Mantle

C: Crust, manle, core

D:Mantle, Crust, Core


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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the £1,000

Milestone!


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The actual point at which an earthquake occurs and the pressure is released is called?

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A: Epicentre

B:Focus

C:Richter

D: Seismic


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The strength of an earthquake is measured using…?

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A: a seismograph

B:The Beaufort Scale

C: A tectonometer

D:The Richter Scale


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Which of these is a very famous earthquake?

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A:San Fransisco

B: Pinatubo

C: El Nino

D: Boscastle


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What sort of energy is obtained from volcanic activity?

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A: Solar

B:Kinetic

C: Geothermal

D: Tidal


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Which of these is not a reason why people live near volcanoes?

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A:Fertile soils

B: minerals

C: Tourism

D:To be exciting and dangerous


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Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

You’ve Reached

the £32,000

Milestone!


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Where is Mount St Helens?

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A: In the Himalayas

B:In the Rocky mountains

C: In the Andes mountains

D: In the Alps


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On which 2 plates is Mt St Helens found?

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A:North American and Eurasian

B:North American and Pacific

C: Juan de Fuca & North American

D:African and South American


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What sort of plate is Mt St Helens found on?

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A:transform

B:divergent/constructive

C:Passive

D: convergent/destructive


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When exactly did Mt St Helens erupt?

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A:18th May 1980 7.30am

B: 18th May 1980 8.30am

C: 20th May 1980 7.30am

D: 20th May 1981 7.30am


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How many people where killed when Mt St Helens erupted?

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A:51

B:61

C:71

D: 81


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YOU WIN £1 MILLION!


1 million

YOU LOSE!


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