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b)If your sourcewas a web site, paste the link you submitted into a blank browser tab. Did the link work as expected?
c)Does your questionreflect the fact that you read the article?
d)Paste your imagelink into a blank browser Tab. Did your picture show up as expected on its own, without the web page surrounding it? Y / Ne)20)(0.5) How long did you spend on this mini-project task? Give JUST a number in minutes(eg 30); no words. _________a)b)c)d)e)
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f)One example for mini-project part 2.g)h)1)Yes.2)Type? Option f, associated with a subduction zone 3)Experienced? No, but it is interesting to me.i)4)Aspect of this event: Forecasts or predictionsj)5)latitude North: 35.899 6)longitude West: -120.432k)7)Title:Was earthquake prediction possible at Parkfield, California? l)8) Timing: event date: 2004/09/28m)9)Reliable source: n)10) Source type: (b) online, no specific author, reputable academic source (University of Washington)o)11) Sensible question:In the figure I’ve identified below, there is no vertical axis. Is this a problem?Or is it simply diagrammatic?p)12) Type of question: (b) questioning an assumption or the validity of some aspect or component of this source.q)13)One image: r)14) Image type: e) graphed data NOT on a maps)15) Caption: Historical earthquakes of M6 or greater, in the Parkfield region.t)16)Short description:The Parkfield experiment was a long-term research project to study factors surrounding the remarkably regular earthquakes on the San Andreas Fault, near Parkfield, California. In 1985 researchers predicted “90% probability of an earthquake with Magnitude 5.5 to 6.0 occurring sometime between 1985 and 1993” (from ref. # 2). In 2004, an M6 quake did finally occur. Much has been learned from this ongoing research project. u)17) Self-assess: (a) – I think all is correct and clear.v)18) Details: Y, Y, Y, Yw)19)Time to complete in minutes: 45 x)

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