Earthquake Physics Reflection

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Briefly, “explain” the intent of this cartoon. Why do earthquakes occur?. Which of the following diagrams represents a normal fault? What is your evidence? . A.. B. .. TPS – What is going on here?. ID: 559103 Download Presentation

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Earthquake Physics Reflection

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Briefly, “explain” the intent of this cartoon

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Why do earthquakes occur?

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Which of the following diagrams represents a normal fault? What is your evidence?

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TPS – What is going on here?

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If you began to record a nearby large earthquake on your seismograph in Los Angeles, could you use your cell phone to call your friend in St. Louis and alert them to run to the seismograph to watch? WHY?

Los Angeles, CA

St. Louis, MO

Epicenter

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Yes.

Cell phones signals are part of the electromagnetic spectrum and as a result travel much faster (at the speed of light in a vacuum) than seismic waves through the ground.

Earthquake

1 degree = ~111km

Slope = ?

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