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Unformatted text preview: still occurring), not fracture zones (where it is not). Table 2. Predicting the Location of Earthquakes and Volcanoes Use your plate boundaries to mark where on the map earthquakes and volcanoes are likely. On the figure above, do the following: Draw circles [ ] at any place on the land or on the ocean floor, where you think earthquakes are likely. Draw triangles  in any place, on land or in the ocean, where you think volcanic eruptions are likely. Remember that not all volcanoes form directly on the plate boundary; some form off to one side. Also, a line of islands and seamounts could mark the track of a hot spot, and may not be on a plate boundary. Continent B Continent A...
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course GEO SCI 100 taught by Professor Szablewski during the Spring '08 term at Wisconsin Milwaukee.
- Spring '08