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06-IS5T1: Engage 2: Earthquakes - Modeling Seismic waves Name Max Gannon Date 03-09-2020 Period 5 Engage 2: Thundering Chaos Guiding questions: 1. How does the ground move during an earthquake? 2. What happens to rocks before, during, and after an earthquake? 1. What do you see in this picture? Items in the room strewn all over the ground. Drawers thrown open, pictures broken lying on the floor after falling from the wall. 2. What could have caused the mess that occured in this picture? A large scale earthquake 3. Make up a story and share it with your classmates. A 9.3 earthquake hit the state and the room felt the worst of the shaking/quaking. Everything fell, poster turned sideways, pictures fell, drawers flew open 4. Think About It: Earthquakes result from the movements of Earth’s lithospheric plates. In some earthquakes, the ground shakes enough for small objects to be overturned,
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Unformatted text preview: doors to swing open, and pictures hanging on walls to turn sideways. Very large earthquakes can be so violent that they can level parts of a city in a few minutes. a.• How does the ground move during an earthquake? b. • What happens to rocks before, during, and after an earthquake? ● Record your ideas about these questions below. Be prepared to discuss your responses with your small group and the class. 06-IS5T1: Engage 2: Earthquakes - Modeling Seismic waves Name Max Gannon Date 03-09-2020 Period 5It's almost like a huge hammer hitting the earth's crust creating seismic “rolling” waves along the earth. The rocks can break apart, splitting in half or cracking due to the quaking of the crust. They shake and crack continuously until they cant hold the strain and break apart/split....
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  • Fall '16
  • Gavin
  • Geology, Crust, Seismic wave

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