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In a single year, on average, more than 900,000 earthquakes are recorded and 150,000 of them are strong enough to be felt.
Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries
Earth Science Earthquake Zones
Shallow- to deep-focus earthquakes occur at subduction zones and along the subducting plate.
Concept
Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Discussion Questions
Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Discussion Questions Activities
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Earthquake Zones Study Guide
Earthquake Zones Study Guide Study Aids
This study guide summarizes the key points of Earthquake Zones, Earthquakes at Transform Plate Boundaries, Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries, and Intraplate Earthquakes.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Quiz - MS ES
Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Quiz - MS ES Assessments
Reviews how and why convergent plate boundaries cause massive earthquakes.
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Quiz
Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries Quiz Assessments
Quiz on Earthquakes at Convergent Plate Boundaries
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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A Not-so-Good Friday
A Not-so-Good Friday Real World
Reviews the massive Good Friday earthquake of 1964 in Alaska led to the development of modern seismology.
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Japanese Dock
Japanese Dock Real World
Using the March 2011 Japanese tsunami as a case study, students will step through the formation of a tsunami and use a simulator to learn how wind can affect the wavelength and height of a wave.
Grade: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Created by: CK-12 Difficulty level: At Grade
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Tsunami or No Tsunami
Tsunami or No Tsunami Real World
Large subduction zone earthquakes are likely to cause dangerous tsunami.
Grade: 6, 7, 8
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
Real World
Journey into the Abyss
Journey into the Abyss Real World
James Cameron developed and built a submersible to explore the deepest trenches including the Challenger Deep.
Grade: 6, 7, 8
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: Basic
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Deep and Massive
Deep and Massive Real World
Deep earthquakes are often large, but less hazardous than shallow earthquakes. Under such great pressures, geologists are not quite sure how these earthquakes happen.
Grade: 9, 10, 11, 12
Created by: CK-12 Subject: Earth Science Difficulty level: At Grade
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