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Earth Science, 10e

Earth Science, 10e

Earth Science, 10e. Edward J. Tarbuck & Frederick K. Lutgens . Mountain Building Chapter 9. Earth Science, 10e Stan Hatfield and Ken Pinzke Southwestern Illinois College. Deformation.

By alyssa
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Earth Science, 13e

Earth Science, 13e

Earth Science, 13e. Tarbuck & Lutgens. Crustal Deformation and Mountain Building Earth Science, 13e Chapter 10. Stanley C. Hatfield Southwestern Illinois College. Deformation. Deformation is a general term that refers to all changes in the original form and/or size of a rock body

By cheung
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Day 3

Day 3

Day 3. Let’s Review. Plate Boundaries Divergent Boundary – moving apart - Form volcanoes and new crust Convergent Boundary – moving together - Form mountains, trenches, and volcanoes Sliding Boundary – moving sideways past each other - Form earthquakes .

By jeneva
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Deformation of Crust

Deformation of Crust

Deformation of Crust . Fall 2013 . How the Crust is Deformed . Deformation- the bending, tilting, and breaking of the earth’s crust Major cause- plate tectonics Plate movement is not the only thing that shapes the earth’s crust . Isostatic Adjustment .

By sheba
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Mountain Formation

Mountain Formation

Mountain Formation. Chapter 5.3. Mountains. Mountains A mountain is a natural elevation of the Earth’s surface rising abruptly to a summit. A mountain range is a group of adjacent mountains with the same general shape and structure.

By randy
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Mountains

Mountains

Topic Seven:. Mountains. Most mountains are large areas that have been uplifted due to the movement or heating of plates. Plates can converge, diverge or slide past each other. This movement can create great heat and pressure. The pressure can cause rocks to fold and fault,

By boyce
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Chapter 12

Chapter 12

Chapter 12. Tectonics, Earthquakes, and Volcanism. Review: Earth’s Surface Relief Features. What order of relief is represented by a hill behind your house? first second third fourth none of the above. Review: Earth’s Surface Relief Features.

By meagan
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Ch. 5

Ch. 5

Ch. 5. Earthquakes. I. Over millions of years, 3 types of stress change the shape & volume of rock. A. Tension – pulls or stretches crust 1. occurs where plates are moving apart. B. Compression – squeezes crust together 1. plates push against each other until

By freira
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Geology

Geology

Geology. Mrs. Brunner Science 6 th Grade. I Structure of the Earth A. Crust - Lithosphere 1. Continental a. thickest – 35 km to 70 km b. forms… c. made of granite 2. Oceanic a. thinnest – 8 km to 40 km b. under oceans c. made of basalt B. Mantle - Asthenosphere

By adele
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Folding & Faulting

Folding & Faulting

Folding & Faulting. Folding When Earth’s crust bends, folds occur Folding occurs under compression when forces act towards each other, such as when plates collide. Folding & Faulting. Definitions Compression

By banyan
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Faulting

Faulting

Faulting. Location, Description and Formation of Rift Valleys and Block Mountains. What is a fault / faulting?. A fault is a crack or line of weakness in the Earth’s crust. Plate movements can cause the rocks in the crust to break and to be displaced.

By vera
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Folding & Faulting

Folding & Faulting

Folding & Faulting. Folding When Earth’s crust bends, folds occur Folding occurs under compression when forces act towards each other, such as when plates collide. Folding & Faulting. Definitions Compression

By svetlana-velika
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Best Geomorphology Notes for IAS Exam Preparation 2019

Best Geomorphology Notes for IAS Exam Preparation 2019

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PLANET EARTH

PLANET EARTH

PLANET EARTH. There are 18 questions on this test: Continental Drift – Questions 1 – 4 Plate Tectonics – Questions 5 – 10 Mountain Building – Questions 11 – 18 Each slide is timed to change automatically You will have 45 seconds to complete each question

By cchatman
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1.3		 What are the major internal forces and  processes, and the  resulting landforms?

1.3 What are the major internal forces and processes, and the resulting landforms?

1.3 What are the major internal forces and processes, and the resulting landforms?. How do plate movements shape the land?. Internal forces (compressional, tensional and lateral forces). Convection currents. Plate movements. These will be the focus of this Unit. Internal processes.

By anniematthews
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