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Earthquakes Spring 08 Test 2 Page 1

Earthquakes Spring 08 Test 2 Page 1 - EARTHQUAICES AND...

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Unformatted text preview: EARTHQUAICES AND NATURAL DISASTERS, GEOL 171 EXAM #2 TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 2.008 Instructions: Use a #2 pencil. On the bubble sheet, print and darken the NAME and 7—digit ID # at 'the appropriate spaces and bubbles; LEFT JUSTIFY the ID #. (If we have to manually enter your grade due to incorrect darkening of name or ID # bubbles, 3% will be subtracted from your grade for this exam.) Multiple choice questions offer up to 5 possible choices. Choose the one you believe best fits as an answer. Read each question carefully before selecting the best answer. Save the exam as a study guide for the final exam; key will be posted on Blackboard. Good Luck 1. In 1883, this volcano exploded and the resulting tsunami killed 36,000 people. i l A. Santorini ' - D. Vesuvius B. Mt. St.Helens E. Pelee C. Krakatau A. on soft muds / on a lake bed B. near the epicenter/ far from the epicenter C. far from the epicenter / near the epicenter D. on soft muds / on hard rocks E. on hard rocks / on soft muds 3. When magma viscosity, volatiles, and volume are high, a common landform that can result is a A. fissure ' D. lava dome B. shield volcano E. scoria cone (3. caldera 4. In order from least explosive to most explosive, eruptions can be described as A. Strombolian / Plinian / Vulcanian B. Icelandic / Volcanian / Hawaiian C. Vulcanian / Icelandic / Strombolian I). Hawaiian/ Strombolian /_ Plinian Bf Plinean / Hawaiian / Icelandic ...
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