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the dynamic earth

layers of the earth

QuestionAnswer
crust it is the first layer were on
mantle in this layer it has 2 more layers
outer core it is in the second layer near to the middle
inner core the extremely hot layer in the middle
molten another name for melted
magma rock melted rock
tectonic plates a subject or lots of the places that moves
tension pulling apart
compression pushing it toghether
shearing cutting it
tremor shaking in a earthquake
fualt line when the earth crust has moved
landsline a line that shows in a earthquake
liquidfaction its when a earthquake pours out water in the ground
seismic wave it is a wave that is shaken in the ground
p wave it starts with P and it goes back a forth under ground
s wave it starts with S and it goes sideways underground
epicentre it is a start of an earthquake
surface wave it is a p wave ang save put in the surface
hypocetre it is the same for the epicentre
tsunami it is a big wave and it is caused by a volcano and an earthquake.
Richter scale it can measure a bad weather
Created by: Eaden1