Natural Disasters Quiz 2B - 1. QuizTwo:Question1

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1. Quiz Two: Question 1   Crustal thickening in collisional mountain belts is achieved by which of the following mechanisms    Student Response Correct Answer Feedback A. Folding of rock layers      B. Normal faulting      C.  Strike-slip faulting      D.  Reverse faulting      E. (a) and (d)      F.  (a) and (b)      Score: 0/1  Comments:   2. Quiz Two: Question 2   What causes earthquakes?    Score:
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1/1  Comments:   3. Quiz Two: Question 3   Where do earthquakes in collisional mountain belts most likely form?    Score: 0/1  Comments:   4. Quiz Two: Question 4   The collision of India with Asia has caused seismic hazards…    Score:
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1/1  Comments:   5. Quiz Two: Question 5   Earthquakes at a convergent plate boundary occur chiefly in which of the following settings?    Score: 0/1  Comments:   6. Quiz Two: Question 6
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course ECONOMICS ECON 1B03 taught by Professor Holmes during the Fall '08 term at McMaster University.

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Natural Disasters Quiz 2B - 1. QuizTwo:Question1

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