________ is the stress force that pulls on the crust where two plates are moving apart.
_________is type of stress force that produces reverse faults. It is also the squeezing together of rocks by stress.
_______ stress that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions.
San Andreas fault
Shearingcreates strike-slip faults which is an example of this is the ____________ .
Geologists ____ predict exactly where and when an earthquake will occur.
The __________ is the point of an earthquake where rock under stress begins to break or move.
The ______________ is the point above the earthquake's focus.
The _____________ can cause damage for days or months after a large earthquake.
Moment magnitude scale
___________ is the rating system that estimates the total energy released by an earthquake.
The ____________ uses a pen to record the drum's vibrations.
_______________ is a fold in rock that bends upward into an arch. It is also the upward fold in a rock
________ a large area of flat land elevated high above sea level.
_______ are seismic waves that travel along Earth's surface and produce the most severe ground movements
________ the type of seismic wave that arrives at the surface first and moves by compressing and expanding the ground like an accordion.
When an earthquake occurs, _____ are the first seismic waves to arrive at a given location.
______ is the part of the fault that lies below the other part in a normal fault
________ is the rocks on either side of the fault slip past each other sideways with little up-or-down motion.
__________is the block of rock that lies above a fault.