5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Cross-cutting relationship
- Faunal Succession
- a Vibrations producedwjen rocks break along a fault
- b In an earthquake, the point below Earth's surface were energy is released in the form of Seismic waves.
- c Principle that states that in a series of layers that contain fossils, the oldest fossil is at the bottom.
- d Volcano built by alternating explosive and quiet eruptions that produce layers of tephra and lava; fond mostly where earths plates come together and one plate sinks below the other.
- e Principle that states that which cats across is younger that what it cuts.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Igneous rock featured formed when magma is squeezed into a horizontal crack between layers layers of rock that hardens underground.
- States that in an undisturbed rock layers the oldest rocks are on the bottom and the rocks become progressively younger toward the top.
- An unconformity in which younger sediment or sedimentary rocks rest on the eroded surface of tilted or folded older rocks.
- Point on Earth's surface directly above an earthquakes focus.
- Igneous rock feature formed when magma is squeezed into a vertical crack that cuts across rock layers and hardens underground.
5 True/False questions
Absolute age → The age of something compared with other things.
Tsunami → large, ancient landmass that was composed of all the continents joined together
Intensity → The amount of damage caused by an earthquake.
Cinder Cone → Steep sided loosely packed volcano formed when tephra falls to the ground.
Cast → A type of body fossil that firms when crystals fill a mold or sediments wash into mold and harden into rock.