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U WINDSORESCI 2010Frank SimpsonWinter

66-213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Epicenter, Seismic Wave, Transform Fault

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Earthquakes represent a release of built-up stress in the lithosphere. They occur along faults, planar breaks in rock along which there is displacement
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66-213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Subduction, Continental Crust, Seafloor Spreading

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Lava is magma molten rock that flows out at the earth"s surface. Temperatures at the surface are too low to melt rock, but temperature, like pressure,
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66-213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Frost Heaving, Weathering, Quick Clay

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Force of gravity acts downward to tear the mountains down. Gravity tugs downward, causing a variety of phenomena collectively called mass wasting, or w
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