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THIS. IS. Jeopardy. Your. With. Host. Mr. Schulman. Geology. Change Over Time. It’s Your Fault. Science Rocks!. Quaking in my Boots. The Volcano. Crusty Plates. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400.

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    1. THIS IS Jeopardy

    2. Your With Host... Mr. Schulman

    3. Geology Change Over Time It’s Your Fault Science Rocks! Quaking in my Boots The Volcano Crusty Plates 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500

    4. This type of rock is formed by magma that is cooled and then becomes solid.  A 100

    5. Igneous A 100

    6. This type of rock forms on the earth's surface at places such as beaches, rivers, and near the oceans. A 200

    7. Sedimentary A 200

    8. This type of rock has a name which means "to change" and is formed inside the earth where there is much pressure. A 300

    9. Metamorphic A 300

    10. The process in which sediment layers build up over a long period of time is: A 400

    11. deposition A 400

    12. Which of Earth's layers contains the densest rock materials? A 500

    13. core A 500

    14. Earthquake vibrations are recorded and measured on tools called …. B 100

    15. Seismographs B 100

    16. During an earthquake S-Waves are a type of energy released. How do S-Waves travel? B 200

    17. Up and down in an “S” motion Bonus 50 points: What is the other type of wave? Are S-waves faster or slower than the other type of wave? B 200

    18. What is the earthquake’s focus? B 300

    19. The place below the surface where the earthquake originated. B 300

    20. What is the epicenter of an earthquake? B 400

    21. The point on the Earth’s surface over which the earthquake originated, or the spot on the surface above the focus. B 400

    22. What may cause an earthquake? B 500

    23. Tectonic plate motion. B 500

    24. Which type of volcano is the largest? C 100

    25. Shield Volcano C 100

    26. What is pyroclastic material? C 200

    27. Particles produced and thrown out of a volcano during an eruption C 200

    28. What type of volcanoes are the wide, slightly dome-shaped volcanoes of Hawaii? C 300

    29. Shield Volcanoes C 300

    30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

    31. The most destructive and violent volcanoes are which type? C 400

    32. Composite Volcanoes C 400

    33. What type of volcano is this? C 500

    34. A Cinder Cone Volcano C 500

    35. Near which type of plate boundary can the youngest crust be found? D 100

    36. Divergent D 100

    37. Which type of tectonic plate is the densest (meaning it is heavier than an equal size chunk of the other type of plate)? D 200

    38. Oceanic crust D 200

    39. What type of plate boundary is this? D 300

    40. Transform Boundary D 300

    41. What is the boundary shown below? What is the zone called in which one plate is going below the other? D 400

    42. Convergent Boundary And Subduction Zone D 400

    43. What are 3 pieces of evidence Wegener used to support his Continental Drift hypothesis? Bonus: (100 points)What evidence was missing that caused his idea to be ignored? D 500

    44. Evidence for Continental Drift: • Continent's shapes appear to fit together like puzzle pieces. • Fossils of the same critters are found on different continents. • Matching climate evidence was found on different continents. • Mountain and rock formations match on different continents. • Missing Evidence: • Wegener could not explain HOW the continents were moving. • (When the Mid-Atlantic Ridge was discovered 30 years after he died his idea was incorporated into the Plate Tectonic Theory.) D 500

    45. According to the Law of Superposition, the sediment layers on the bottom are always: • Younger • Older • Best • Worst • Cleaner • Dirtier E 100

    46. Older E 100

    47. How do large volcanic eruptions affect global climate? E 200

    48. Ash and gases released from the eruption block sunlight and reduce global temperatures. E 200

    49. If you were to measure the average distance that tectonic plates move each year, which of the following units would a scientist use to record that distance? • Meters • Centimeters • Inches • Kilometers • Miles E 300