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Seismology (a very short overview)

Seismology (a very short overview)

Seismology (a very short overview). Prof. Marijan Herak Department of Geophysics Faculty of Science University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia. What is seismology?. Sei s molog y is science dealing with all aspects of earthquakes : OBSERVATIONAL SEISMOLOGY

By faunus
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Seismology (a very short overview)

Seismology (a very short overview)

Seismology (a very short overview). Prof. Marijan Herak Department of Geophysics Faculty of Science University of Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia. What is seismology?. Sei s molog y is science dealing with all aspects of earthquakes : OBSERVATIONAL SEISMOLOGY

By keren
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Sudden shaking and vibration of the ground caused by movement of the earth along a fault. Earthquakes occur due to the elastic rebound theory. When movement is initiated along a fault seismic waves radiate outward from the focus Which are recorded using seismographs.

By dyre
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Orogenesis: Folding, Faulting, and Volcanism

Orogenesis: Folding, Faulting, and Volcanism

Orogenesis: Folding, Faulting, and Volcanism. Folding. response to compression or shear. Landforms - Folding. Faulting. Definition: fractures where some type of displacement (movement) has occurred. Three types Normal (divergence) reverse/thrust (convergence)

By john
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Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. Definition. A vent at which lava, pyroclastic debris (ash and fragments of previously solidified rock), and gas erupt. Eruption may build a mountain around the vent. (Mountain is also called a volcano). Anatomy of a volcano: magma chamber at depth a vent to the surface.

By neron
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Earth Systems 3209

Earth Systems 3209

Earth Systems 3209. Reference: Chapters 4, 15, 16, 19; Appendix A & B. Unit: 4 The Forces Within Earth. Unit 4: Topic 4.2. Causes and Locations of Earthquakes. Focus on . . . describing the causes of an earthquake.

By lala
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General Geology: Earthquakes

General Geology: Earthquakes

General Geology: Earthquakes. Instructor: Prof. Dr. Boris Natalin. Earthquake focus and epicenter. Earthquakes and faults. Rebound theory . Mechanism of earthquakes and focal mechanism solution. Elastic rebound theory Movement occurs instantaneously

By aisha
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. October 31, 2013. What exactly is an earthquake?. Any rapid deformation of the earth caused by motion of tectonic plates Studied by seismologists Occur whenever plates move in different directions and at different speeds plates can push toward, pull away, or slide past

By hollye
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Vibration of earth produced by rapid release of energy (seismic waves) with radiate in all directions from the source (focus) Elastic Rebound Theory Explains how this works. Like ripples from dropping a stone in a pond, energy dissipates with distance.

By sarila
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Earth Science 8.1 Earthquakes

Earth Science 8.1 Earthquakes

Earth Science 8.1 Earthquakes. Earthquakes. Earthquakes. Each year more than 30,000 earthquakes happen worldwide. Most are minor and do very little damage. Only about 100 major earthquakes happen each year on the average.

By sarah
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Chapter 10 Objectives 1. Discuss the elastic rebound theory.

Chapter 10 Objectives 1. Discuss the elastic rebound theory.

Chapter 10 Objectives 1. Discuss the elastic rebound theory. 2. Explain why earthquakes generally occur at plate boundaries. 3. Compare the 3 types of seismic waves. 4. Discuss the method scientists use to pinpoint an Earthquake (EQ).

By mliss
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Types of Stress that cause Earthquakes

Types of Stress that cause Earthquakes

Types of Stress that cause Earthquakes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-zNyVPsj8zc&feature=related.

By emma-blackwell
(331 views)


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