Earthquakes-slides-1 - Earthquake Hazards Plates= Lithosphere Rigid,Strong Asthenosphere Weak,Flowing Paleos.com SZ MOR PlateBoundaries Earthquakes

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Earthquake Hazards
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Paleos.com Plates =  Lithosphere: Rigid, Strong Asthenosphere:  Weak, Flowing
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MOR SZ
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Plate Boundaries
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Earthquakes
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Plate Boundaries
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Earthquakes
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Deformation change in shape, location (i.e., breaking, bending, translation)
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Source: unknown Stress = Force/Area Causes Deformation
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Strain = measurable deformation From web page of Dyanna M. Czeck
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More Strain 
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Elastic Deformation = reversible Deformation    Permanent
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Elastic Limit (Yield Strength), characteristic of brittle failure Deformation    Permanent Yield Strength (Stress): Material breaks
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Brittle Strain = Breaking
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Brittle Strain = Breaking
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Brittle Strain = Breaking
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Brittle Strain = Breaking Virtual Yosemite
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Ductile Strain = Irrecoverable Deformation    Permanent
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Ductile Strain = Bending CTHulaCoffee.com
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Ductile Strain = Bending Utah Bureau of Mines
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Earthquake =  Brittle  failure
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Brittle/Ductile depends on: Temperature
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course GLY 2030 taught by Professor Kruse,s during the Fall '08 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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