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The Science behind the Earthquake and Tsunami of Dec. 26, 2004

The Science behind the Earthquake and Tsunami of Dec. 26, 2004

The Science behind the Earthquake and Tsunami of Dec. 26, 2004 Rob McCaffrey Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute STANYS Conference Nov. 7, 2005 Largest Known Quakes 2005 Nias Kuala Lumpur 2004 (9.3) Aceh Singapore 1892 (7.6) 1866 (8.5) Sumatra 2005 (8.7) Jakarta 1833 (9)

By johana
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Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Earthquakes and Tsunamis

Earthquakes and Tsunamis. Crust Deformation. Deformation is the bending, tilting, and breaking of the earth’s crust. Plate tectonics is the major cause of crustal deformation. Stress is a force that causes pressure in the rocks of the crust.

By libitha
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Earthquake Hazards and Safety

Earthquake Hazards and Safety

Earthquake Hazards and Safety. Ch. 5.3. Objective. Describe how earthquakes cause damage and the kinds of damage they cause. Explain what can be done to reduce earthquake hazards to buildings and to people. . Engage/Explore.

By omer
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Predict page 239. Each year there are approximately ______ earthquakes detected around the world. In the United States, the state with the most earthquakes on average is ________ Every year, earthquakes cause ________ of dollars in damage in the United States.

By MikeCarlo
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Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects

Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects

Earthquakes and the Earth's Interior an investigation using human subjects. College of Central Florida KT Kim. Earthquake. Seismology – study of earthquakes and Earth’s interior using seismic waves. Earthquake. Stress (Force) causes rock to deform Three types of deformation

By uri
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The Dynamic Crust

The Dynamic Crust

The Dynamic Crust. Chapter 4. Crust. The crust is the solid outer rock zone of Earth. The crust is undergoing constant change. Weathering and erosion Volcanoes Earthquakes Tectonics is the study of the movement of the Earth’s crust. Tectonic Plates. Solid and Liquid Zones.

By lareina
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. What Is An Earthquake? Click here to find out. What is an earthquake?. Used to describe both sudden slip on a fault, and the resulting ground shaking and radiated seismic energy caused by the slip Caused by volcanic or plate activity,. http://eqseis.geosc.psu.edu.

By tamar
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19.1 Earthquakes

19.1 Earthquakes

19.1 Earthquakes. Forces Within Earth. Most earthquakes are the result of movement of the Earth’s crust produced by plate tectonics At the boundary between two plates, stress often builds up Stress is the total force acting on crustal rocks per unit area

By sibley
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Unit 4 Lesson 5 Earthquakes

Unit 4 Lesson 5 Earthquakes

Unit 4 Lesson 5 Earthquakes. Unit 4 Lesson 5 Earthquakes. Let’s Focus. What is an earthquake?. Earthquakes are ground movements that occur when blocks of rock in Earth move suddenly and release energy. The energy is released as seismic waves that cause the ground to move.

By gaynell
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Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves?

Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves?

The Structure of the Earth. Learning Objectives: What are Tectonic Plates? What are Seismic Waves? How do Scientists explore the structure of the earth?. Use IRIS interactive map below, then go to the next slide and click on the question marks to discuss those points in your group!. IRIS.

By ailsa
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Earthquake Basics. Earthquake – shaking of Earth’s crust caused by the sudden release of energy Energy build over time until stresses break the rocks Happen ~ every 30 seconds ~3,000 annually strong enough to move sections of Earth’s crust ~20 annually cause severe damage

By chelsea
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Earthquakes and Tectonics

Earthquakes and Tectonics

Earthquakes and Tectonics. The point on Earth’s surface directly above the earthquakes focus. Answer. Epicenter. Home. Energy released in the form of vibrations that travel outward in all directions from the focus through the surrounding rock. Answer. Seismic Waves. Home.

By nova
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Add To Table of Contents

Add To Table of Contents

Add To Table of Contents. Wave Scales Pg. 28 Seismic waves Pg. 29. Seismic Waves Pg. 29. Seismology is the study of earthquakes. Seismograph- instrument that records seismic waves. Seismic Waves. Body waves -travel through the earth’s interior.

By stanislav
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Infrasonic Observation near Active Volcanoes and its Results in Japan

Infrasonic Observation near Active Volcanoes and its Results in Japan

Infrasound Technology Workshop 2007 (ITW2007) 14 November 2007, at Tokyo. Infrasonic Observation near Active Volcanoes and its Results in Japan. Usu, Hokkaido-Komagadake, Asama, Miyake, Unzen, Sakurajima. Hitoshi YAMASATO*, Takayuki SAKAI* and Yoshiaki FUJIWARA**

By scot
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September 1985, Mexico City

September 1985, Mexico City

Rosalía Jiménez Marilu Alvarado Cristopher Mendoza. September 1985, Mexico City. What is an earthquake?. An earthquake is the shaking of the Earth sudden and fast traveling through the the Earth’s crust. What causes an earthquake?.

By anana
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Shale Gas Prospecting And Production Sunjay , Geophysics,BHU , Varanasi-221005,INDIA sunjay.sunjay@gmail.com

Shale Gas Prospecting And Production Sunjay , Geophysics,BHU , Varanasi-221005,INDIA sunjay.sunjay@gmail.com

Shale Gas Prospecting And Production Sunjay , Geophysics,BHU , Varanasi-221005,INDIA sunjay.sunjay@gmail.com.

By donagh
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. Seismic Waves in the Earth’s Crust. Earthquakes. An earthquake is a series of seismic waves or tremors in the earth’s crust. They are caused when pressure builds up at the edge of the plates as they collide or slide past one another.

By sora
(110 views)

ELF.01.9 - Solving Logarithmic Equations

ELF.01.9 - Solving Logarithmic Equations

ELF.01.9 - Solving Logarithmic Equations . MCB4U - Santowski. (A) Introduction to Logarithmic Equations. Many measurement scales used for naturally occurring events like earthquakes, sound intensity, and acidity make use of logarithms

By sari
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Objective 5

Objective 5

Objective 5. The student will demonstrate an understanding of motion, forces and energy. 5. Science Concept Integrated Physics and Chemistry. The student knows the effect of waves in everyday life. The student is expected to

By jara
(124 views)

Earth Science

Earth Science

Earth Science. JEOPARDY!. Chemistry & Minerals. Weathering & Erosion. Freshwater. Volcanoes. Earthquakes. Round Two. Plate Tectonics. Geologic Time. Meteorology. Oceanography. Astronomy. Round One. END. Chemistry & Minerals FOR 100. The building blocks of minerals.

By jana
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