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  1. 9th Grade Objectives 11/08/2013 R*E*S*P*E*C*T ACCEPTANCE Quietly work on the WARMUP!!!! WARM UP: Before the quest we are going to REVIEW  • Please choose a BioBuddy to complete the review with and sit next to them. • Put your EARTHQUAKE Dominoes together • Put your VOLCANO Dominoes together • Get a dry erase board, marker and “eraser” Agenda: • Earthquake Domino Review • Earthquake and Volcano- Last chance review GOAL: I will ask Mrs. O any last minute questions I have on Volcanoes and Earthquakes. HWK: None… Have a great weekend!!

  2. 9th Grade Objectives 11/11/2013 R*E*S*P*E*C*T ACCEPTANCE Quietly work on the WARMUP!!!! WARM UP: 1. Please take out your Earthquake and Volcano Review Sheet. 2. Put your EARTHQUAKE Dominoes together 3. Put your VOLCANO Dominoes together Agenda: • Earthquake and Volcano Domino Review • Yellowstone Video • Review answers to Earthquake and Volcano Review Sheet • Earthquake and Volcano- Last chance review GOAL: I will ask Mrs. O any last minute questions I have on Volcanoes and Earthquakes. HWK: Study for Earthquake and Volcano Quest

  3. Volcano and Earthquake Review

  4. The type of eruption that releases pyroclastic material.

  5. Explosive Eruption

  6. Magma is stored in this part of the volcano.

  7. Magma chamber.

  8. The type of volcanoes that are made from layers of lava from non-explosive eruptions and have runny lava.

  9. Shield volcanoes

  10. This forms when a magma chamber’s roof collapses.

  11. caldera

  12. The type of eruption that releases lava.

  13. Non-explosive eruptions

  14. A volcano that has erupted in the past (greater than 10,000 yrs.) and is expected to erupt again in the future.

  15. Dormant

  16. This is mainly produced during non-explosive eruptions.

  17. Lava

  18. This substance in magma will quickly turn to gas and expand during an eruption.

  19. Water

  20. These are funnel-shaped pits around the vent of a volcano.

  21. Crater

  22. These volcanoes are made from alternating layers of lava and pyroclastic material.

  23. Composite/ Stratovolcano

  24. This historic volcano produced one of the loudest sounds on Earth.

  25. Krakatoa

  26. Yellowstone and Hawaii are volcanoes in the middle of tectonic plates caused by this.

  27. A hot spot

  28. This is the area inside the earth where the earthquake begins.

  29. Focus

  30. This type of wave is the fastest.

  31. P-wave

  32. This scale measures the magnitude of an earthquake.

  33. Richter

  34. This is the time difference between P-wave arrival and S-wave arrival.

  35. Lag time

  36. A station that is closest to the epicenter will have a ____________ lag time.

  37. Short

  38. This type of wave moves in a back and forth motion.

  39. P-wave

  40. This is the full name of the S-wave.

  41. Secondary Wave

  42. Describe how the S-wave moves (what direction?)

  43. Side to side

  44. This is what the Mercalli scale measures.

  45. Intensity

  46. The study of earthquakes.

  47. Seismology

  48. The full name of the P-waves.

  49. Primary waves

  50. The name of the technique for determining the epicenter with three data points.