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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Your Topic. Topic 1: 200. Question: What is the innermost layer of the earth? Answer The Core. Back. Topic 1: 400. Question: What is the crust and the upper mantle called? Answer: Lithosphere. Back. Topic 1: 600. Question:

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welcome the topic for today is
Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…

topic 1 200
Topic 1: 200
  • Question:
  • What is the innermost layer of the earth?
  • Answer
  • The Core

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topic 1 400
Topic 1: 400
  • Question:
  • What is the crust and the upper mantle called?
  • Answer:
  • Lithosphere

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topic 1 600
Topic 1: 600
  • Question:
  • What is the layer beneath the lithosphere?
  • Answer
  • Asthenosphere

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topic 1 800
Topic 1: 800
  • Question:
  • What is the process occurring in the mantle called that moves the plates?
  • Answer
  • Convection Currents

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topic 1 1000
Topic 1: 1000
  • Question:
  • What parts of the earth were created from exploding volcanic gases billions of years ago?
  • Answer
  • Atmosphere and Hydrosphere (Oceans)

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topic 2 200
Topic 2: 200
  • Question:
  • What is the name of the theory that the earth’s crust is broken into pieces and moves along the asthenosphere?
  • Answer
  • Plate Tectonics

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topic 2 400
Topic 2: 400
  • Question:
  • What are the broken fragments of crust called?
  • Answer
  • Plates

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topic 2 600
Topic 2: 600
  • Question:
  • Plates that move toward each other
  • Answer
  • Convergent

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topic 2 800
Topic 2: 800
  • Question:
  • Plates that move away from each other
  • Answer
  • Divergent

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topic 2 1000
Topic 2: 1000
  • Question:
  • Plates that move past one another AND give an example
  • Answer
  • Transform; San Andreas Fault

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topic 3 200
Topic 3: 200
  • Question:
  • The point on the surface of the Earth directly above the focus of an earthquake
  • Answer
  • Epicenter

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topic 3 400
Topic 3: 400
  • Question:
  • These seismic waves move the fastest
  • Answer
  • P- waves

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topic 3 600
Topic 3: 600
  • Question:
  • These waves are most destructive
  • Answer
  • S-waves

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topic 3 800
Topic 3: 800
  • Question:
  • Measure of the strength of an earthquake
  • Answer
  • Magnitude

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topic 3 1000
Topic 3: 1000
  • Question:
  • Plate boundary where most violent earthquakes and tsunami often occur.
  • Answer
  • Subduction boundary

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topic 4 200
Topic 4: 200
  • Question:
  • This is a seismic ocean wave caused by an underwater earthquake or landslide.
  • Answer
  • tsunami

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topic 4 400
Topic 4: 400
  • Question:
  • Speed at which a tsunami can reach on the open ocean
  • Answer
  • 500mph

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topic 4 600
Topic 4: 600
  • Question:
  • Height of the tsunami wall in Miyako, Japan in 2010
  • Answer
  • 30 feet

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topic 4 800
Topic 4: 800
  • Question:
  • Height of the tsunami that struck Miyako, Japan in 2010
  • Answer
  • 30 ft

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topic 4 1000
Topic 4: 1000
  • Question:
  • Reason the tsunami was able to still go over the wall in Miyako, Japan in 2010.
  • Answer
  • Land had subsided (sank) by 3 ft

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topic 5 200
Topic 5: 200
  • Question:
  • Volcano with gently sloping sides
  • Answer
  • Shield

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topic 5 400
Topic 5: 400
  • Question:
  • Volcano with steep sides
  • Answer
  • Cinder cone

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topic 5 600
Topic 5: 600
  • Question:
  • Measure of a fluid’s resistance to flow
  • Answer
  • Viscocity

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topic 5 800
Topic 5: 800
  • Question:
  • Name 3 types of Lava
  • Answer
  • Pahoehoe, a’a, pillow

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topic 5 1000
Topic 5: 1000
  • Question:
  • Name 4 types of tephra
  • Answer
  • Ash, cinder, blocks, bombs

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bonus question 5000 pts
Bonus Question: 5000 pts.
  • Question:
  • What is the “Ring of Fire”?
  • Answer
  • Boundary of the pacific plate that is colliding with other continental plates resulting in violent earthquakes and destructive volcanoes.

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