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Unformatted text preview: Geological Catastrophes, GEOL 20 Winter Quarter, 2009 GEOL 20 - Winter 2009 Homework #2 Plate Tectonics 1. List at least 6 observations that led to the development of plate tectonics. ‘5,“an Eaton Halb SWR" gaulk fimv (A SA {in not Vac. Ov\CC, fs§ neck (“Q"‘(W‘Kfll (1' '3" ' ' - Mbcr gprmluj ’ GerAthwla/vwi '1 Vi‘fianofgv +6614 7 . BPVCOA‘i‘US 2. What are the major types of plate tectonic boundaries? Draw a sketch and give two locations on the Earth for each type of boundary. We [22:7 Sanlfiw’rt‘f _ TralW5-pbrm beupo‘ahj +/ (72.” ' aim. Nut [ ‘ D-‘W’V1L HE, ”anww‘ ”‘ 1L Vat/”7N Lo””2’"+ @ wanlthiu/ a//' 5m) Awfib MounJ‘aI‘h 3 ‘ Japanese Jew Arc Geological Catastrophes, GEOL 20 Winter Quarter, 2009 3. Draw a map of an idealized tectonic plate and explain the earthquake hazard associated with each type of plate edge. Be sure to include all types major types of plate boundary. 4. Explain the seismic-gap method for forecasting earthquakes. lo-cmgl-trs‘ Cm (“eagle ‘Hw. ml ear “flock «(9:7 ‘llvt lowu- “wig <le> MC— M<lr IMO“ Fer <HN~ h, , that )(WL. 5. Label the ma'or lates on the ma. below use the man in our text as a reference . Plate boundary ...
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