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An incoming tidal flow is known as a flood current or flood tide.
a long high sea wave caused by an earthquake, submarine landslide, or other disturbance.
the leading edge of the incoming tide forms a wave (or waves) of water that travels up a river or narrow bay against the direction of the river or bay's current.
occur in conjunction with the rise and fall of the tide. The vertical motion of the tides near the shore causes the water to move horizontally.
the vertical difference between the high tide and the succeeding low tide.
a partially enclosed coastal body of brackish water with one or more rivers or streams flowing into it, and with a free connection to the open sea.
a sudden powerful forward or upward movement, especially by a crowd or by a natural force such as the waves or tide.
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.
an elongate depression in the seafloor that is characteristically shallower, shorter, narrower, and topographically gentler than oceanic trenches.
a tidal current that moves toward a shore or up a tidal river.
The answer to a multiplicaiton problem
The number being divided
What to multiply a value by to get 1
A number that represents part of a whole, has a numerator and a denominator
A number consisting of an integer and a proper fraction.
The number above the line in a common fraction showing how many of the parts indicated by the denominator are taken, for example, 2 in 2/3.
The number below the line in a common fraction; a divisor.
A fraction in which the numerator is greater than the denominator, such as 5/4
The boundary of a closed figure or shape
The horizontal line on a coordinate grid
The vertical line on a coordinate grid
The point on a coordinate grid where the x axis and y axis intersect, also referred to by (0,0)
Measures the distance from 0, can not be negative
They are located on a coordinate grid, they are often numbered using Roman numerals: I II III IV.
Large ---- appeared around Jesus
The farmer went to ----- his seed
Birds ate the seed that fell on the ----
The seed that fell in rocky soil grew -----
Describe the rocky soil
The sun ----- the plants that grew in the rocky soil
Plants without roots do this -----
Seed that fell amongst thorns grew into plants that were eventually ------ by the thorns
The seed sown along the path is like someone hearing God's word and not ------ it
The seed on rocky soil is like the man who hears the word and receives it ----- with joy
The seed in rocky soil is like the man who quickly falls away from God's word as soon as trouble or ----- come
The thorns choke the plant like the deceitfulness of ----- choke God's word
The seed that fell on good soil is the man who ----- God's word and understands it
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
a letter that represents an unknown nmber is called a...
a coordinate plane has ___ quadrants
the ordered pair (-2, -3) is in the __ quadrant
In order of operations the first thing you do is __
The __ property says you can add or multiply in any order
In the __ property you can add zero or multiply by 1 and not change the answer
base x height divided by 2 is the area formula for a __
the distance of number from zero
to add or subtract fractions you must have a __
you can not divide with a decimal in the __
a bar graph in which the bars touch and the intervals are numerical
another word for average
the center of data is the __
the top number of a fraction
the ordered pair (0, 0) is called the __
the answer to a multiplication problem
dividing fractions: multiply by the __
7m+3m+2p+3p=10m+5p is an example of __
2 edges come together at a point, or a __
a major area in the basin of the Pacific Ocean where many earthquakes and volcanic eruptions occur.
His hypothesis was that the continents had once formed a single landmass, called Pangaea, before breaking apart and drifting to their present locations.
Founder of modern day geology. He explained the features of the Earth's crust by means of natural processes over geologic time.
The rocky opening at the top of the volcano that the magma flows from.
An underground pool that holds magma under the volcano.
Used to measure the energy an earthquake releases. Uses the numbers 1- 9. More commonly used.
An instrument that records earthquake waves. Has two main parts: paper-covered rotating drum and a pen. The more bigger, jagged the line, the more stronger the earthquake
The point underground where the movement of the earthquake first takes place.
Point on the surface that is above the focus of the earthquake. It is the center point. The closer you are to the epicenter the more damage and thus farther away the less damage.
A break in the crust along which rock moves.
are a type of mountain that formed when the plates moved together but one plate was pushed down below the other plate.
Formed by the moving of the Earth’s plates into each other and the plates wrinkle upward to form mountains. This is similar to cars crashing head-on into each other in slow motion. Mountain Building is a slow change in the Earth’s surface.
Ocean floor where plates have diverged.
Locations where two plates slide past one another causing earthquakes.
Locations where plates are moving away from one another; occurs above rising convection currents and causes rifts, volcanoes and mid-ocean ridges
Locations where lithospheric plates are moving towards one another; can produce earthquakes, volcanic activity and mountain building
Theory that describes and explains the way that the continents separated into today’s land masses from one large ancestral land mass (Pangea) and how they are continuing to move today.
Major geological event that occurs when continental plates of equal density converge.
Major geological events that occur when plates shift suddenly and release stored energy; a frequent occurrence at transform boundaries.
Occurs when one plate is denser than another and is forced below as the two plates converge at their boundary.
Major geological events that occur when a dense plate subducts below a less dense plate as they converge.
Huge pieces of lithosphere that slowly move on the asthenosphere and consist of the crust and the rigid, uppermost part of the mantle.