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The term "reverse polarity" refers to:Question options:geomagnetic reversalsa type of fault movementtimes when the climate was warm at the Earth's north and south polesrocks that do not fit with plate tectonic theorydirection of flow of a convection currentn3 /poThe pattern of magnetic anomalies on the seafloor most resembles:Question options:
stripes parallel to the mid-ocean ridgesstripes perpendicular to the mid-ocean ridgesSpotsconcentric circles around hot spotsnone of the aboven4 /poThe rising part of a convection cell would be found beneath:Question options:mid-ocean ridgesubduction zonerift valleya and ba and cn4 /poGeoscientists have developed a magnetic reversal time scale. They know that the Earth's magnetic fieldreversed its polarity from studies of:Question options:magnetization of basaltic rocks and radiometric datingdeep drilling and study of magnetization with depthchemistry of deep sea basaltschanges in the direction of magnetic north as indicated by compasses over the last 100 yearsice cores in Antarctican4 /poWhich is a line of evidence for plate tectonics?
all of the aboven4 /poThe boundaries of the tectonic plates are best delineated using which one of the following:Question options:map of location of active volcanoesmap of location of mid-ocean ridge systemmap of global distribution of earthquakesmap of hot spotsa, b and c100 / 100 - 100 %Ove100 / 100 - 100 %Doneuiz – Falln 14 / 4 pointsWhat sort of fluids can be found in the pores of rock?
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poIn high velocity water, there is a multidirectional swirling movement called ____ flow:Question options:LaminarErraticViscousPhreaticTurbulentn4 /poThe amount of water flowing past a point in a given unit of time is called:Question options:channel volumestream competencyDischargePermeabilitystream capacityn4 /
poThis is the most devastating of all geologic agents, in terms of loss of life:Question options:EarthquakesSinkholesvolcanic eruptionsFloodsLandslidesn4 /poThe place in which water enters an aquifer is called:
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poThe water table is defined as the:Question options:top of the saturated zonetop of the phreatic zonelevel of water in a welllevel of water in a lake or streamall of the aboven4 /po

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