Selected Answer: Answers: Fals e Tru e Fals e Question 5 1 out of 1 points Match the choices below to the correct description. Selected Answer: The exact location on the fault where slippage occurs Answers: The exact location on the fault where slippage occurs The location where three monitoring stations overlap The location on the Earth's surface directly above the point of slippage The build-up of potential energy in a new location after an earthquake Question 13 1 out of 1 points Where is the zone of greatest seismic activity on Earth?

Selected Match Question This body wave is a compressional wave. Selected Answer: Circum-Pacific Belt Answers: Circum-Pacific Belt Alpine-Himalayan Belt San Andreas Fault Mid-Atlantic Ridge Question 14 1 out of 1 points Which seismic wave will be released first during an earthquake?

Here is an easy-to understand analogy for your students: relative age dating is like saying that your grandfather is older than you.

Absolute age dating is like saying you are 15 years old and your grandfather is 77 years old.

The site also provides fact sheets on the age of the Earth and isochron dating.

Selected Answer: Amplify the power of seismic waves Answers: Amplify the power of seismic waves Lessen the power of seismic waves Do nothing to the power of seismic waves Question 3 1 out of 1 points Earthquakes with a Richter magnitude less than 2.0 are generally not felt by humans. Selected Answer: Answers: Tru e Tru e Fals e Question 11 1 out of 1 points What information is needed when determining the distance from the focus of an earthquake to the seismic receiving station?

Selected Answer: Answers: Tru e Tru e Fals e Question 4 1 out of 1 points Earthquakes occur along pre-existing faults only. Selected Answer: The time interval between the P and S waves Answers: The velocity of the P and S waves The amplitude of the seismic waves on a seismogram The magnitude of the earthquake The time interval between the P and S waves Question 12 1 out of 1 points What is the definition of the focus?

P-waves R-waves L-waves S-waves All Answer Choices A. Selected Answer: Answers: Tru e Tru e Fals e Question 8 1 out of 1 points The elastic rebound associated with earthquakes is an example of ________ deformation.

Collapse and lowering of the land surface Question 7 1 out of 1 points P-waves will not travel through liquids.

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