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Unformatted text preview: Exam 2: Additional Review Questions Conservative Plate motion A. M ove closer together B. M ove farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other Convergent Divergent Hotspot A. M ove closer together B. M ove farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other A. M ove closer together B. M ove farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other A. M ove closer together B. M ove farther apart C. Plate moves over plume D. Slide past each other Crustal volume A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both A. Addition B. Loss C. Neither D. Both Main feature A. Chain of islands B. M id-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Chain of islands B. M id-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Chain of islands B. M id-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench A. Chain of islands B. M id-ocean ridge C. Transform fault D. Trench Magma type (oceanic) A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None A. Andesitic B. Basaltic C. None Volcanic feature A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano A. Stratovolcano B. Pillow lava C. None D. Shield volcano Main fault A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) type C. Strike-slip A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) C. Strike-slip A. Normal B. Reverse (thrust) C. Strike-slip EQ depth A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only A. Deep to shallow B. Shallow only Example A. Andes M ountains B. Hawaii islands C. M id-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes M ountains B. Hawaii islands C. M id-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes M ountains B. Hawaii islands C. M id-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault A. Andes M ountains B. Hawaii islands C. M id-Atlantic ridge D. San Andreas fault Exam 2: Review • Lectures 8--Volcanoes: 5 questions L ectures • Lecture 9--Structural Geology: 3 questions L ecture • Lecture 10--Earthquakes: 7 questions L ecture • Lecture 11--Continental drift, paleomag: 5 questions L ecture • L ecture 12--M arine geology, seafloor spreading: 11 • Lecture 13--Tectonics: 11 questions L ecture • Lecture 14--Climate, deserts, wind: 3 questions L ecture • Combos (mostly L8, L9, L13): 5 questions Combos • Questions related to diagrams: 21 Exam 2: Review • Lectures 8-14 L ectures • 50 multiple-choice & true/false questions 50 • Bring pencil, eraser, photo I D, one sheet of notes (8.5”x11”, double-sided) double-sided) • Assigned seating; please wait outside lecture hall and form two lines (one at each entrance) lines • Do not open exam until told to do so; you may begin filling out Scantron Scantron • All notes, computers, phones, etc. must be stowed out of sight once you take your seat. once ...
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This note was uploaded on 01/29/2012 for the course 460 100 taught by Professor Schlsche during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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