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The area in a fault where stress builds up is called the _______ zone. _______ are breaks in the earth’s crust. Strain occurs as a result of _______ in the earth’s crust. _______ is a universally experienced pressure on the earth’s crust.
The area of the fault where the stress builds up is called the hypocentre zone.
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The area of the fault where the stress builds up is called the hypocentre zone.
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Faults are breaks in Earth's crust.
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Strain occurs as a result of stress in the Earth’s crust.
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The area of the fault where the stress builds up is called the hypocentre zone.
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The area of the fault where the stress builds up is called the hypocentre zone.
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The area of the fault where the stress builds up is called the hypocentre zone.
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Why does underwater hot-spot volcanism tend to form chains of island? For that matter why doesn't it form one huge, single island?
Weegy: An underwater hot-spot volcano occasionally erupts, and the lava solidifies into an island. [ However, the plate that lies above the hot spot continues to move due to slab pull and ridge push, so the stationary volcano will be in a different location when it erupts again. This forms a new island, and the process may continue. ] (More)
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underwater hot spot volcanism tend to form chains of islands the hot spot is caused by mantle plumes that exist below the tectonic plates.
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2. _______ are breaks in the earth’s crust.
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Faults are breaks in Earth's crust.
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_______ are breaks in the earth’s crust.
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Faults are breaks in Earth's crust.
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Faults
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Faults are cracks in the earth's crust along which there is movement.
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Strain occurs as a result of _______ in the earth’s crust.
Weegy: Strain occurs as a result of stress in the Earth s crust. (More)
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Strain occurs as a result of stress in the Earth's crust.
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Rayleigh waves and Love waves are confined to the _______.
Weegy: Rayleigh waves and Love waves are seismic waves that are confined at the surface. User: Seismic shadow zone a. A process used to determine the epicenter of an earthquake 5. Triangulation b. A surface wave that causes horizontal motion 6. Rayleigh waves c. Areas on the earth’s surface where waves traveling through the earth don’t arrive due to refraction 7. Love waves d. A surface wave that causes vertical motion (More)
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Seismic shadow zone: Areas on the earth s surface where waves traveling through the earth don t arrive due to refraction.

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Rayleigh and love waves are two of the earthquake seismic waves that are confined to the near surfaces areas.
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