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plate a large selection of earths crust and rigd upper mantle that moves around on the astheneosphere
fault when rocks break and move along surfaces
earthquake is the vibrations produced by breaking of raock
normal fault when tentionalforces inside the earth cause rocks to be pulled apart
reverse fault when the surface is forced up and over the rock below the fault surface
strike slipfault when rock on either side of the fault are moving past each other without much upward or downward movement
wave rhythmic movement that carries energy through matter and space
seismic waves generated by an earthquake traveled through earth
focus the point were this energy release first occurs
primary wave cause particles in rocks to move...
Created by: askingalexandria