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Review Plate Tectonics

By Laura Bechard 17 Nov 13:28
13 slides
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Moon Moon's research team analyzes satellite photos and notices a new mountain is being formed. What type of plate boundary could this indicate?
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What is true about the layers of the earth starting from the crust and moving to the inner core?
3
List slow changes to the earth's surface.
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What evidence was used to support that continents drifted apart?
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Where would older rocks be found?
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How are earthquakes like overblown balloons?
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What land forms are caused at a divergent boundary?
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Where do earthquakes mostly occur?
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What causes the plates to move, volcanoes to erupt, mountains to form, and earthquakes?
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I describe what will happen.

Is this a law or a theory?
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Why do we have to use models of the earth's layers and plate tectonics?
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We use models to PREDICT what could most likely happen.
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Slides in Review Plate Tectonics

Moon Moon's research team analyzes satellite photos and notices a new mountain is being formed. What type of plate boundary could this indicate?
What is true about the layers of the earth starting from the crust and moving to the inner core?
List slow changes to the earth's surface.
What evidence was used to support that continents drifted apart?
How are earthquakes like overblown balloons?
What land forms are caused at a divergent boundary?
Where do earthquakes mostly occur?
What causes the plates to move, volcanoes to erupt, mountains to form, and earthquakes?
I describe what will happen. Is this a law or a theory?
Why do we have to use models of the earth's layers and plate tectonics?
We use models to PREDICT what could most likely happen.
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