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Department
Environmental Science
Course Code
EESA06H3
Professor
Nick Eyles
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Remember: PLEASE DO NOT ADD ANY EXTRA WORDS OR PUNCTUATION,
EACH BLANK REQUIRES ONLY ONE WORD. PLEASE BE CAREFUL TO SPELL
EACH WORD PROPERLY. PLEASE USE ONLY SMALLER CASE (e.g. lower case)
LETTERS, NO CAPITALS PLEASE.
For example:
desk is correct.
DESK is wrong.
The desk is wrong.
desk ;) is wrong.
You may use the singular or the plural, e.g. both desk and desks will work.
Please note: I will NOT be marking this question by hand so pay attention to the directions.
Correct spelling is YOUR responsibility.
detect seismic waves by measuring ground motion. Machines which record these
measurements are called and the paper or digital records themselves are called .
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The Indonesia/Sumatra earthquake and tsunami of December 26th, 2004 was of
magnitude . It had a relatively in the open ocean but was amplified in shallow coastal
waters devastating low lying coastal communities. Inundation distance ranged from 250 m
to more than metres in Sri Lanka.
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Most earthquakes in Canada occur along the . The Canadian city at highest risk for
earthquakes is . Earthquakes in the Ottawa/St. Lawrence Rift areas are associated with .
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Buildings which are (have) ________ are the most resistant to seismic shaking.
Question 4 answers
1. strong, flexible and light building materials
2.
taller buildings

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3. heavy roofs and lots of stories tall
4. unreinforced block or brick building materials
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Three types of earthquakes could affect southwestern British Columbia. In
ALPHABETICAL ORDER these are: earthquakes, earthquakes and earthquakes.
Please type in just the answer, no capital letters, no punctuation. Each answer requires
ONLY ONE WORD. I will NOT be re-marking this question by hand so please do pay
attention to the directions.
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Why are most earthquakes generated in the crust and not in the mantle?
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1. Most earthquakes are generated in the mantle.
2. Stress and deformation cause mantle rocks to flow.
3. Mantle rocks store and release energy suddenly.
4.
Rocks in the crust flow plastically.
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P waves are ______.
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1. compressional
2. tensional
3. transverse
4. like rolling ocean waves
Question 8 text Question 8 5 points Save
Earthquake damage is caused by ground motion. Five (5) examples of the type of
damage that is often caused by earthquakes include: [d], [e], [f], [g] and [h].
Question 8 answers
1. liquefaction
2. disease
3. tsunami
4. volcanic eruption
5. flooding
6. land displacement
7. toppled buildings
8. fire
9. landslides
10. seismic sea wave
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