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Significado De Placas Tectonicas

Ductile deformation, the rocks have breached their elastic limit, and this now means it will be a permanent change. Photo by by subarcticmike.

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Plate Tectonics Interactive Notebook

A compilation of 9 plate tectonics resources including foldables, word/meaning sort, pages to glue in, and a layers of the earth flip book, that can be used in your students' science interactive notebooks. Resources could be used at science centers, for warm ups/exit tickets, in-class, notes, partner work, etc.

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Earth is the third planet from the sun, putting it in the "Goldilocks Zone", so the mean temperature doesn't get too hot or too cold for life as we know it to exist.

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AFTER TRACKING SEISMIC SHIFTS, RESEARCHERS THINK MAJOR QUAKE WILL HIT OFFSHORE OF ISTANBUL - When a segment of a major fault line goes quiet, it can mean one of two things: The 'seismic gap' may simply be inactive—the result of two tectonic plates placidly gliding past each other—or the segment ...

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MissingQuakeW-Coast The same tectonic plate which caused the tremendous earthquakes in Japan and later, in Ecuador last week, is now pushing against the west coast of the US. It is crushing-into the ground in California. As this movement continues, something, somewhere, has to “give.” That generally means an earthquake. April 21 2016

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Two tectonic plates converge and are forced upwards, making a large rocky landform. Cerro Solo is part of a fault-block mountain range, which means the connected mountains have vertical displacements, causing some mountains to be larger than other neighboring mountains

Earth is the third planet from the sun, putting it in the "Goldilocks Zone", so the mean temperature doesn't get too hot or too cold for life as we know it to exist.

The Science of Salt The sprawling Realmonte Salt Mine of southern Sicily is a perfect location to experience the engineering feats of both nature and man. With over 100 km of tunnel cut into salt deposits at depths of up to 300 ft below sea level, a number of sites are of particular interest. Salt deposits in the geological record are broadly referred to as evaporites, as they precipitate from solution (such as seawater) when rates of evaporation are high. Naturally this only occurs in hot…

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Metamorphic Rock - Rock altered in appearances, density, crystalline structure, and in some cases, mineral composition, by high temperature or intense pressure, or both. Includes slate derived from shale, quartz-based stone from quartzite sand, and true marble from limestone.

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