|What are the three types of boundaries?||The three types of boundaries are divergent, convergent, and transform.|
|What are the three types of stress?||The three types of stress is shearing, tension, and compression.|
|What are the three types of faults?||The three types of faults are strike-slip, normal, and reverse faults.|
|What is the difference between tidal waves and tsunamis?||The difference between tidal wave and tsunamis is that tidal waves are caused by the Moon's gravitational pull. But tsunamis are caused by earthquakes.|
|_____ is when the volcano appears to be sleeping.||Dormat|
|True or False? A chain of volcanoes around the Pacific Plate is called the Circle of Fire.||False|
|What is silica?||Silica is a combination of oxygen and silicon.|
|What are the three types of volcanoes?||The three types of volcanoes are cinder cone, shield, and stratovolcano volcano.|
|What are the three types of lava flows? Describe each types.||The three types of lava flows is pahoehoe aa, and pyroclastic. Pahoehoe is a fast moving hot lava. thick. Aa is a cooler and slower moving lava. Pyroclastic is magma that get clogged up in the pipe then it explodes.|
|What is a vent?||This is were magma goes through to release lava.|
|What is a crater?||A crater is the opening were the lava goes through to reach the surface.|
|What is a pipe?||The pipe is were the stored magma goes through to reach the vent.|
|What is a magma chamber?||The magma chambers is weer most of the magma is stored.|
|What is a side vent?||The side vent is were small amounts of magma reach the surface through the side of the volcano.|
|True or False? An extinct volcano is a volcano that is very unlikely to erupt.||True|
|A ______ ____ is what forms when magma in a volcano's pipe cools off.||Volcano neck|
|What is the Ring of Fire? Why are there so many volcanoes there?||The Ring of Fire is a major form of a volcanic belt. There are so many volcanoes there because it is on a plate tectonic, which is where most volcanoes are formed.|
|Where do most volcanoes occur?||Most volcanoes occur on the divergent plate boundary that are in the ocean.|
|Explain in detail how the Hawaiian islands were formed.||The Hawaiian island was formed when a volcano erupted. It covered the ocean that is surrounded with hot lava. Soon it cooled down, creating a hard shell over the sea. This is how the Hawaiian Island were formed.|
|Compare and contrast pahoehoe and aa.||Pahoehoe and aa are both similar because they both come from volcanic activity. Pahoehoe and aa are different because pahoehoe is a fast moving hot lava, but aa is a cooler, slower lava.|
|Why are pyroclastic flows so dangerous?||Pyroclastic flows are so dangerous because when a volcano’s magma becomes trapped in the pipe, it explodes when it erupts. This leads to heavy smog and thick and sticky lava.|
|Explain the 3 stages of volcanoes.||The first stage of volcanoes is that it is active. This is when the volcano is erupting or shows signs of it. The next stage is dormant. This is when a volcano did not erupt for a long period of time, like sleeping, than erupts suddenly.|
|Explain the 3 stages of volcanoes.
|The last stage is extinct. This is the stage when the volcano is very unlikely to erupt.|
|What are tectonic plates?||Tectonic plates are pieces of the Earth''s crust. Many natural disasters happen on the plate tectonics , such as volcanoes and earthquakes.|
|What is a transform boundary?||The plates slide against each other in
opposite directions. Often in areas where there is a lot of earthquakes.
|What is a divergent boundary?||Where two plates move in opposite
directions.New crust is created and a ridge forms.
|What is a convergent boundary?||Where two plates come together or collide,
resulting in one plate diving under the
other. This results in a trench being made.
|What is stress?||Stress is a force on rock that changes
its shape or the amount of space that
|What is a fault?||A fault is a break in Earth’s crust where
slabs of rock slip past each other.
|True or false? Earthquakes are one of the most dangerous natural disasters.||True|