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mount building vocab

a volcano with very explosive eruptive events composite volcano
mountains formed along a fault zone fault block mountains
layers of rock strata
an area of many faults fault zone
the thinnest portion of the Earth's crust oceanic crust
a break or fracture in rock fault
the most thick type of crust continental crust
magma that reaches the surface of the Earth lava
the inner most layer of the earth core
molten rock below the surface of the earth magma
a mountain formed from the solidification of many layers of lava volcano
volcanoes that are broacder at the base than they are high sheild volcano
a trembling or vibration in solid rock (movement of fault zone) earthquake
the bends or wrinkles in rock folds
mountains that form when forces run parallel to the earth's surface folding rock without breaking it folded mountains
the outer most layer of the earth. has an oceanic and continental component crust
Created by: heatherisawesome