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earthquakes

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Fault surface along witch rocks move when they pass their elastic limit and breake
Earthquakes vibrations produced when rocks breake along a fault
Normal Fault break in rock caused by tension forces, where rock above the fault surface moves down relative to the rock below the fault surface
Reverse Fault breake in rock caused by compressive forces, where rock above the fault surface moves up relative to the rock below the fault surface
Plate a larg section of earths crust and rapid uper mantle that moves around on the asthenospheare
Strike-slip Fault breake in rock caused by shear foces, where rocks move past each other without much vertical movement
Wave rhythmic movement that carries energy through matter and space
Created by: fishieeeeeee :)