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Where an oceanic
and continental plate Destructive Boundary
are moving together


Point on the earth's
surface directly above Epicentre
an earthquakes focus


An opening at the
earth's curst through
Volcano
which lava and ash
may be ejected


Where two
continental plates are Collision Boundary
moving together



Molten rock on the…

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The indirect effects of
an earthquake e.g.
Secondary Effects
fire caused by broken
gas main


Where two plates are
Constructive
moving away from
Boundary
each other


A graph measuring
and recording the
Seismograph
intensity of an
earthquake


The molten layer
surrounding the Mantle
earth's core



The point at which
one…

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The place where two
Plate Margins
plates meet



Large slabs of the earths
crust which move across
Tectonic Plates
the globe on top of the
mantle below




The thin layer at the
Crust
earth's surface



A dense burning
avalanche of hot
Pyroclastic Flow
gases, volcanic
fragments and ash


The direct…

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Molten rock under the
Magma
earth's surface



The point where an
earthquake starts The Focus
underground


The scale used to
measure the
Richter Scale
magnitude of an
earthquake



The centre of the
Core
earth



A sudden movement
within the earth's An Earthquake
crust

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Where two plates
Conservative
move parallel (side by
Boundary
side) to each other


The amount of
energy released by Magnitude
an earthquake


Where the ground
turns to a liquid state
Liquefaction
as water is shaken up
from below



The thin layer at the
Crust
earth's surface

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