What is responsible for the formation of mountains?
Which type of mountain is formed by magma that tried to penetrate the surface of the crust and suceeds?
What mountain is formed by folding of the top crust layers?
What mountain has a flat top?
What causes plateau mountains to form?
What type of boundary is assosiated with the folded mountain's formation?
What mountain is created when a fault creates some areas of the crust to thrust upward or push down?
What is a large landform that stretches above the surrounding land in a limited area, usually in the form of a peak?
Where in California can you find a Fault-Block mountain?
Where is Yosemite located?
What is the mantle made out of?
What is another word that means break through?
What are peices of the crust?
What is the place of where to plates meet called?
What mountain is created by magma that tries to penetrate the surface of the crust but can't?
What is an example of a folded mountain?
Dome is also a type of what?
Where do fault-block mountains occur?
What is an example of folded mountains that isn't the Rocky Mountains?
What is the singular form of mountains?
What is the largest mountain In the world?
What is the Highest point of a mountain?
Where is Mount Everest located?
A person Who carries climbing supplies.
To cross a mountain slope.
A line on the ground that traces a geological fault.
Himalayan people known for their skill in mountaineering.
High altitude where there is not enough oxygen to breathe.
A mass of snow, ice and rocks rapidly falling down a mountain.
A set of straps used to connect a person to something to keep them safe.
Earth's highest mountain, located in Nepal.
Higher and steeper than a hill.
Most common type of mountain.
When two tectonics plate meet, but do not collide.
_________________ mountains are formed when magma erupts and piles on the surface.
The top of a mountain.
The side of the mountain.
A very steep valley between young mountains.
Long chains or groups of mountains.
The boundaries where tectonic plates move toward each other.
pieces of earth's crust
series of volcanoes that form along the plate bondaries
highest point of a mountain
breaking down of rocks, soil, and minerals
natural forces move rocks and soil
the most common type of mountains
when a fault block is raised or tilted
a major mountain range
the state that has the most mountains
thick part of earth's crust that forms the large landmasses
a landform that rises high above the surrounding terrian
earth's highest mountain
the low area between mountains often with a river running through it
a mass of snow, ice, and rocks falling rapidly down a mountain side
the lowest point of elevation between two peaks
result of a great amount of melted rock pushing up under the earth's crust
large flat areas that have been pushed above sea level by forces within the earth
sediments, soil, or rocks are added to a landform or landmass
across continental coastlines
where mount everest is located
This is the highest mountain in the world.
This is a mountain of the Alps, in between Switzerland and Italy.
This is a granite dome at the eastern end of Yosemite Valley in California.
This is the highest mountain in the Alps and the highest in Europe west of Russia's Caucasus peaks.
This is a mountain in Patagonia, on the border between Argentina and Chile.
This has three volcanic cones, "Kibo", "Mawenzi", and "Shira", is a dormant volcano in Tanzania. It is the highest mountain in Africa.
This is a mountain in the Himalaya range of eastern Nepal. The main peak is 6,812 metres.
is the highest summit in the contiguous United States and the Sierra Nevada, with an elevation of 14,505 feet.
This is the highest mountain peak in North America.
This is the second highest mountain in the world, after Mount Everest.
This is the highest mountain in New Zealand. Its height since 2014 is listed as 3,724 metres, down from 3,764 m before December 1991, due to a rockslide and subsequent erosion.
This is the highest mountain in Grand Teton National Park, in Northwest Wyoming.
the action or process of changing in shape or distorting, especially through the application of pressure.
a shallow break in the earths crust not moving surroundings crust
a deep break in the earths crust moving the surrounding crust
make up mountain systems
make up mountains belts
largest collection of mountains, only two in the world
when two collide putting stress causing them to fold
a flat area of land high above sea level
when plates pull apart and some materials and pushed upward and some collapse
where magma rises up and pushes earths crust outward without breaking the crust
mountains that have a hole where lava ash and smoke can come out
areas far from plate boundary where there are active volcano
a sudden and violent shaking of the ground, sometimes causing great destruction, as a result of movements within the earth's crust or volcanic action
where the earthquake takes place underground
where the earthquake takes above ground
a seismic wave that moves through the interior of the earth P and S waves are both this type of wave
the interaction of s and p waves
the fastest type of wave
are the second fastest wave
an instrument that measures and records details of earthquakes
record produced by a seismograph
indicates the strength of an earthquake
The severity of an earthquake
a long high sea wave caused by an earthquake