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Unit C Chapter 1 Lesson 1 Science Vocabulary
earthquake
fault
focus
epicenter
a vibration or shaking of Earth's cruse
a break in Earth's crust along which rocks move
the point underground where the movement of an earthquake fir…
the point on the surface of Earth that is right above the foc…
earthquake
a vibration or shaking of Earth's cruse
fault
a break in Earth's crust along which rocks move
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earthquakes and volcanos
earthquake
fault
focus
epicenter
vibration, or shaking of earths crust
a break along which rocks move
the point underground where the movement first took place
a point on the surface that is right above the focus
earthquake
vibration, or shaking of earths crust
fault
a break along which rocks move
Earthquake
Earthquake
Fault
Focus
Epicenter
A vibration or shaking of earth's crust.
A break in the crust along which rock moves (up/down, side/si…
Point underground where the movement first took place in an e…
The point on the surface that is right above the focus of an…
Earthquake
A vibration or shaking of earth's crust.
Fault
A break in the crust along which rock moves (up/down, side/si…
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Earthquake Vocabulary
earthquake
epicenter
fault
focus
a vibration or shaking of the Earth's crust
the point on the surface that is right above the focus
a break in the Earth's crust where the rocks move
the point underground where the movement first took place
earthquake
a vibration or shaking of the Earth's crust
epicenter
the point on the surface that is right above the focus
science 2-2-15
earthquake
fault
focus
epicenter
A vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
A break in Earth's crust along which rocks move
The point underground where the movement of an earthquake fir…
The point on the surface of Earth that is right above the foc…
earthquake
A vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
fault
A break in Earth's crust along which rocks move
10 terms
Earthquakes 6
Fault
Earthquake
Focus
Epicenter
a crack in the earth's crust
earth shaking cause be sudden movement along a fault
the point underground where an earthquake starts
place where the earthquake is strongest
Fault
a crack in the earth's crust
Earthquake
earth shaking cause be sudden movement along a fault
8 terms
Earthquake study guide
Tsunami
Richter scale
Fault
Epicenter
A large ocean waves caused by an underwater earthquake or oth…
A 1 to 10 scale that scientists use to measure the strength o…
A crack in the Earth's surface along which movement takes place
The point on the earth surface directly above an earthquake s…
Tsunami
A large ocean waves caused by an underwater earthquake or oth…
Richter scale
A 1 to 10 scale that scientists use to measure the strength o…
Earthquakes
Earthquake
Fault
Focus
Epicenter
movement or vibration in the rocks that make up the earth's c…
a break in the rock where the plates move
the place underground where rock first breaks apart in an ear…
a point on Earth's surface above the focus of an earthquake
Earthquake
movement or vibration in the rocks that make up the earth's c…
Fault
a break in the rock where the plates move
Earthquakes
creep
earthquake
epicenter
fault
slow movement of Earth's crust along a fault
a sudden movement of Earth's crust
the place where an earthquake is felt most strongly
a crack in Earth's crust
creep
slow movement of Earth's crust along a fault
earthquake
a sudden movement of Earth's crust
14 terms
4th Gr SC U3 FK1 Earthquakes & Volcanoes
crust
mantle
core
earthquake
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
the dense center of Earth; a ball made mostly of two metals,…
a vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
crust
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
mantle
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
Vocabulary for Science
core
seismograph
earthquake
fault
the dense center of earth
an instrument that records earthquake waves
a vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
a break in Earth's crust along which rocks above
core
the dense center of earth
seismograph
an instrument that records earthquake waves
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Science Earthquakes and Volcanoes
crust
core
mantle
(tectonic) plate
The outermost layer of the Earth.
The innermost layer of the Earth.
The middle of the Earth's three layers.
Earth's crust and upper mantle are broken into continent- siz…
crust
The outermost layer of the Earth.
core
The innermost layer of the Earth.
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Unit 3: Earthquakes
Earthquake
Vibration
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy
Shaking, vibrating, and sometimes violent movement of the Ear…
Movement; Evidence of the release of energy from an earthquake
Stored energy
Energy in motion
Earthquake
Shaking, vibrating, and sometimes violent movement of the Ear…
Vibration
Movement; Evidence of the release of energy from an earthquake
Earthquakes & Volcanoes
crust
mantle
core
earthquake
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
the dense center of Earth; a ball made mostly of two metals,…
a vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
crust
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
mantle
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
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ELL Science vocabulary 3 - Earthquakes and Volcanoes 1
plates
earthquake
seismic waves
epicenter
a large piece of the Earth's surface which moves very slowly
is a shaking of the ground caused by sudden movement of the E…
energy that move out from the focus of an earthquake. p.138 (…
is the place on the Earth's surface directly above where an e…
plates
a large piece of the Earth's surface which moves very slowly
earthquake
is a shaking of the ground caused by sudden movement of the E…
Science Ch 1 lesson 1 1-22-15
crust
mantle
core
plate
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
The thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
The dense center of Earth; a ball made mostly of two metals,…
Continent-sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
crust
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
mantle
The thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
CWC Earth Science-Earthquake/Volcanos
Stress
tension
compression
earthquake
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
A force that pulls on a material.
A force that pushes on or squeezes a material.
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
Stress
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
tension
A force that pulls on a material.
earthquakes and volcano
Earthquake
Focus
Epicenter
P wave
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
Point at the depth where the rocks ruptured to produce earthq…
Point on Earth's surface directly above an earthquake's focus
A type of seismic wave that compresses and expands the ground.
Earthquake
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
Focus
Point at the depth where the rocks ruptured to produce earthq…
Earthquakes
Earthquakes
Fault
Seismograph
Epicenter
vibrations on Earth's surface caused by sudden movement in Ea…
crack or break in the crust
instrument that measures and records seismic waves (vibration…
point on Earth's surface directly above the focus of an earth…
Earthquakes
vibrations on Earth's surface caused by sudden movement in Ea…
Fault
crack or break in the crust
Earth Science
Fault
Earthquake
Focus
Epicenter
is a break in the earth's crust along which movement can take…
a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing…
The location where the earthquake begins.
the point on the Earth's surface that is directly above the h…
Fault
is a break in the earth's crust along which movement can take…
Earthquake
a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing…
Earthquake
Earthquake
fault
seismic wave
focus
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement…
vibrations that travel through Earth carrying the energy rele…
Point at the depth where the rocks ruptured to produce earthq…
Earthquake
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
fault
A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement…
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D-1-3 Earthquake Vocabulary
earthquake
focus
epicenter
P-wave
the sudden movement of rock along a fault which releases ener…
the point in the Earth's crust where the first major movement…
the point on the Earth's surface directly above the focus of…
a primary wave or "push-pull" wave of released energy in the…
earthquake
the sudden movement of rock along a fault which releases ener…
focus
the point in the Earth's crust where the first major movement…
Chapter 2 Section 2 - Earthquakes release energy
Seismic Waves
Focus
Epicenter
P -Waves
vibrations caused by an earthquake
point underground where rocks first begin to move
point on Earth's surface directly above the focus
fastest seismic waves - the first to reach a location after a…
Seismic Waves
vibrations caused by an earthquake
Focus
point underground where rocks first begin to move
Earth resources 1
Volcano
Earthquake
Focus
Fault
The landform where an opening in Eart's crust allows magma to…
A sudden movement o of Eart's plates that makes the ground sh…
The place underground where an earthquakes begins.
A break or crack in Earth's surface along which earthquakes c…
Volcano
The landform where an opening in Eart's crust allows magma to…
Earthquake
A sudden movement o of Eart's plates that makes the ground sh…
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4th Science Unit C Earthquakes and Volcanoes Chpt 1
crust
mantle
core
plate
the layer of the Earth we walk on
below the crust, the thickest layer, made of solid rock
layer deep inside the Earth, dense ball of iron and nickel
continent-sized slabs
crust
the layer of the Earth we walk on
mantle
below the crust, the thickest layer, made of solid rock
18 terms
6S Ch 3.2
Alaska earthquake of 1964
Tsunamis
Earthquake
Tremor
The edge of the Pacific plate and the edge of the North Ameri…
Monstrous waves created by sudden movement of plates under th…
Any trembling or shaking of the earth's crust
A weak earthquake
Alaska earthquake of 1964
The edge of the Pacific plate and the edge of the North Ameri…
Tsunamis
Monstrous waves created by sudden movement of plates under th…
earthquake vocabulary
stress (relating to an earthquake)
tension
compression
earthquake
A force that pulls on a material.
Stress that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
stress (relating to an earthquake)
tension
A force that pulls on a material.
10 terms
Earthquake vocabulary - Part 1
Earthquake
Aftershock
Seismograph
Tsunami
A sudden, violent shaking of the ground resulting from moveme…
A smaller earthquake after a main earthquake.
An instrument that measures earthquakes.
A long high wave in the sea caused by earthquakes
Earthquake
A sudden, violent shaking of the ground resulting from moveme…
Aftershock
A smaller earthquake after a main earthquake.
17 terms
Earthquakes
earthquake
fault
reverse fault
hanging wall
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement…
a type of fault where the hanging wall slides upward; caused…
The block of rock that forms the upper half of a fault.
earthquake
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
fault
A crack in the earth's crust resulting from the displacement…
5 terms
earthquake
earthquake
focus
epicenter
magnitude
is a sudden movement on earths crust
the place where the slipping begins is called the earthquake…
the point in earths earthquake
is a measurement of the amount of energy relested by an earth…
earthquake
is a sudden movement on earths crust
focus
the place where the slipping begins is called the earthquake…
14 terms
Science 3.3
Lapilla
Epicenter
Fault
Focus
Volcanic fragments called "little stones"
the place at ground level that is directly above the focus
a break that appears in the rock at the boundary between two…
the point underground where an earthquake happens
Lapilla
Volcanic fragments called "little stones"
Epicenter
the place at ground level that is directly above the focus
Harcourt Science 4 Unit C Ch 1 Vocabulary
crust
mantle
core
plates
the Earth's outer layer
the thickest layer of Earth; just below crust
the dense center of the Earth
continent-sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
crust
the Earth's outer layer
mantle
the thickest layer of Earth; just below crust
Earthquakes
earthquake
focus
seismic waves
epicenter
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
The point beneath Earth's surface where rock breaks under str…
Seismic waves are waves carry the energy of an earthquake awa…
Point on Earth's surface directly above an earthquake's focus
earthquake
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
focus
The point beneath Earth's surface where rock breaks under str…
12 terms
Earthquakes
Tectonic Plates
Seismometer
Seismograph
Fault
large sections of rock on the Earth's surface that float slow…
an instrument that can detect and measure movement in the Ear…
a device that records seismic (earthquake) waves. With this t…
a crack or fracture in the Earth's crust along which movement…
Tectonic Plates
large sections of rock on the Earth's surface that float slow…
Seismometer
an instrument that can detect and measure movement in the Ear…
5 terms
Earthquake's
earthquake
focus
epicenter
magnitude
Is a sudden movement of Earth's crust.
The place where the slipping begins
the point is the earthquakes epicenter
The measure of the amount of energy released by an earthquake
earthquake
Is a sudden movement of Earth's crust.
focus
The place where the slipping begins
17 terms
Science Earthquakes and Volcanoes
crust
mantle
core
inner core
layer of the Earth we walk on. Includes the ocean floor and c…
Middle and thickest layer of the Earth. Solid rock and melty…
deepest part of the Earth. Hot and made out of metal
solid ball and very hot
crust
layer of the Earth we walk on. Includes the ocean floor and c…
mantle
Middle and thickest layer of the Earth. Solid rock and melty…
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Science Ch 6 Vocabulary Words
creep
earthquake
epicenter
fault
Slow movement along a fault
A sudden movement of part of Earth's crust
Where an earthquake is felt most strongly, or has the greates…
Movements of the crust usually take place along this area, or…
creep
Slow movement along a fault
earthquake
A sudden movement of part of Earth's crust
14 terms
Earthquakes & Volcanoes Final 14 :)
crust
mantle
core
earthquake
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
the dense center of Earth; a ball made mostly of two metals,…
a vibration, or shaking, of Earth's crust
crust
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
mantle
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
HMBHUSD Rapid Changes to Earth
Rapid
Creep
Earthquake
Epicenter
Fast; quick; sudden
Slow movement of land along a fault
A sudden movement of part of Earth's crust
Where an earthquake is felt most strongly or has its greatest…
Rapid
Fast; quick; sudden
Creep
Slow movement of land along a fault
15 terms
Earthquakes & Volcanoes Jan. 2016
Plate
Magma
Core
Crust
Continent-sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
Melted rock inside the Earth
The dense center of Earth; a ball mostly made of mostly two m…
Earth's out layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and l…
Plate
Continent-sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
Magma
Melted rock inside the Earth
10 terms
Earthquakes
fault
stress
earthquake
seismic wave
a fracture or break in Earth's lithosphere
the force exerted when an object presses on another object
the shaking of the ground caused by the movement of large blo…
the vibrations caused by earthquakes
fault
a fracture or break in Earth's lithosphere
stress
the force exerted when an object presses on another object
Earthquakes 4th Grade
Earthquake
Focus
What causes an Earthquake?
Tectonic Plates
a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing…
The point underground where the movement of an earthquake fir…
Earthquake Causes Fault Formation - Rock can bend and stretch…
The Earth's crust and upper mantle is broken up into huge fla…
Earthquake
a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing…
Focus
The point underground where the movement of an earthquake fir…
15 terms
C1: Earthquakes and Volcanoes
seismograph
core
focus
volcano
an instrument that records earthquake waves
the third layer of Earth; is a dense ball made mostly of two…
the point underground where the movement of an earthquake fir…
a mountain that forms when red-hot melted rock flows through…
seismograph
an instrument that records earthquake waves
core
the third layer of Earth; is a dense ball made mostly of two…
9 terms
Earthquake
crust
diagram
earthquake
focus
Earth's outermost layer.
A picture that shows data
The shaking that results from the movement of rock beneath Ea…
Point at the depth where the rocks ruptured to produce earthq…
crust
Earth's outermost layer.
diagram
A picture that shows data
21 terms
Earthquake1
earthquake
fault
plate boundary
seismic waves
The vibrations in the ground that result from movement along…
a break in the Lithosphere where plates move toward, away fro…
the place where 2 or more plates meet
vibrations that travel in and on the Earth
earthquake
The vibrations in the ground that result from movement along…
fault
a break in the Lithosphere where plates move toward, away fro…
Earthquake definitions
Earthquake
Fault
Epicenter
Focus
Vibration or shaking of Earth's crust
A break along the crust which the rocks move
Point on the surface right above the focus
Point underground where the movement fist occurs
Earthquake
Vibration or shaking of Earth's crust
Fault
A break along the crust which the rocks move
Science Chapter 2, Lesson 2
earthquake
epicenter
fault
focus
violent shaking of earth's crust as built-up energy is released
point on earth's surface directly above the focus of an earth…
crack in the Earth's crust along which movement takes place
point underground where the faulting in an earthquake occurs
earthquake
violent shaking of earth's crust as built-up energy is released
epicenter
point on earth's surface directly above the focus of an earth…
9 terms
Earth's Surface
crust
plate
mantle
core
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
continental sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
the thickest layer of Earth; found just below the crust
the dense center of the Earth; a ball made mostly of 2 metals
crust
Earth's outer layer; includes the rock of the ocean floor and…
plate
continental sized slab of Earth's crust and upper mantle
8 terms
Earthquakes Vocabulary
Focus
Seismic Waves
Epicenter
Earthquake
Point beneath Earth's surface where an earthquake starts
Earthquake waves; measured by a seismograph
Place on Earth's surface directly above the focus
Sudden, strong movement of Earth's crust
Focus
Point beneath Earth's surface where an earthquake starts
Seismic Waves
Earthquake waves; measured by a seismograph
10 terms
Chapter 7 Vocabulary Words
Fault
Stress
Earthquake
Seismic Waves
(geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the dis…
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
Shaking and vibration at the surface of the earth resulting f…
vibrations that travel through Earth carrying the energy rele…
Fault
(geology) a crack in the earth's crust resulting from the dis…
Stress
A force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
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