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ConcepTest: Mantle Convection part of Examples
Which of the schematic diagrams below best represents mantle convection associated with plate tectonics? a. b. c. d. e.
ConcepTest: Linear Mountain Range part of Examples
In exploring a new planet, you discover a long, linear mountain range crossing a broad low-lying area that is interpreted to represent an ancient basin. Predict what type of plate tectonic feature this represents. ...
ConcepTest: Magnetism Across Oceanic Ridge part of Examples
The figure below represents a magnetic profile across an oceanic ridge system. The profile is a plot of (A) distance from the oceanic ridge vs. (B) _________. a. magnetic declination b. magnetic intensity c. ...
ConcepTest: Magnetic Polarity at Oceanic Ridge #1 part of Examples
The figure below represents a magnetic profile across an oceanic ridge system. Which pairs of letters indicate matching intervals of reverse polarity. a. A, H b. B, G c. C, F c. G, H
ConcepTest: Is Window Glass a Mineral? part of Examples
Window glass is composed of SiO2. Is window glass a mineral? a. Yes b. No
ConcepTest: Which is not a Mineral? part of Examples
Which of the following can not be classified as a mineral? a. salt b. ice c. diamond d. glass
ConcepTest: Oxide Identification part of Examples
Which of the following mineral formulas represents an oxide? a. FeS2 b. KAlSi3O8 c. Fe2O3 d. CaSO4 - 2H2O
ConcepTest: Plate Motion and Effect on Cities #1 part of Examples
Review the map of the plates below and identify which pair of locations is moving closer together as a result of plate tectonics. a. Bombay and Sydney b. Hawaii and Tokyo c. New York and London d. Cape Town and ...
ConcepTest: Worldwide Applications of Tectonic Theory #1 part of Examples
Review the map of the plates below and identify which two locations are moving farther apart due to plate motions? a. B & C b. F & G c. D &H d. E & M
ConcepTest: Location of Shallow Earthquakes part of Examples
Two ocean basins of identical size are almost surrounded by continents. The oceanic lithosphere below Ocean A is bordered by plate boundaries. The sea floor under Ocean B has a plate boundary running along its ...