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08a_volcano_09_post - Exam 1 Review Conservative Convergent Divergent Plate motion A Move closer together B Move farther apart C Slide past each

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ture 8: 1 Exam 1 Review Divergent Convergent Conservative Plate motion A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Slide past each other A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Slide past each other A. Move closer together B. Move farther apart C. Slide past each other Crustal volume A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither Main feature A. Mid-ocean ridge B. Transform fault C. Trench A. Mid-ocean ridge B. Transform fault C. Trench A. Mid-ocean ridge B. Transform fault C. Trench Magma type A. Andesitic-rhyolitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic-rhyolitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic-rhyolitic B. Basaltic C. None Melting cause A. Add water B. Decrease pressure C. Raise temperature D. None A. Add water B. Decrease pressure C. Raise temperature D. None A. Add water B. Decrease pressure C. Raise temperature D. None
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ture 8: 2 Exam 1 Review Which rock type only forms at the Earth’s surface? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary Which rock type only forms at depth? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary Which rock type forms at both the surface and at depth? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary Which rock type is most useful for fossil correlation? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary Which rock type is most useful for absolute dating? A. igneous B. metamorphic C. sedimentary
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ture 8: 3 08: Volcanoes Mt. St. Helens eruption, May 18, 1980.  Photo: USGS.
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ture 8: 4 Why is this topic important?  Distribution of most volcanoes is related to boundaries  between tectonic plates (volcanoes above sea level) Note: Numerous small volcanoes are present along spreading centers; larger volcanoes make up  most seamounts (submerged volcanic islands)  Fig. 6.19
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course GEOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Lepre during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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08a_volcano_09_post - Exam 1 Review Conservative Convergent Divergent Plate motion A Move closer together B Move farther apart C Slide past each

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