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Transcript: February 9, 1971 -A 6.6M quake with an epicenter in the San Fernando-Sylmar region. The earthquake caused over $500 million in damage, injured more than 2,000 people, and took 65 lives. Fort Tejon; January 9, 1857 Magnitude 7.9 Owens Valley; March 26, 1872 Magnitude 7.4 Imperial Valley; February 24, 1892 Magnitude 7.8 San Francisco; April 18, 1906 Magnitude 7.8 West of Eureka; January 31, 1922 Magnitude 7.3 Kern County; July 21, 1952 Magnitude 7.3 Landers; June 28, 1992 Magnitude 7.3 The westward- moving North American Plate began to override the spreading ridge between the Farallon Plate and the Pacific Plate. This action divided the Farallon Plate into two smaller plates, the northern Juan de Fuca Plate (JdFP) and the southern Cocos Plate (CP). By 20 million years ago, two triple junctions began to migrate north and south along the western margin of the West Coast. (Triple junctions are intersections between three tectonic plates; shown as red triangles in the diagrams.) The change in plate configuration as the North American Plate began to encounter the Pacific Plate resulted in the formation of the San Andreas Fault. Location: California Length: Approximately 800 miles 28 millions years old A fault is a planar crack in a rock along which slippage has taken place. Most faults are small - even microscopic - and are not important. Some faults are many miles long. Faults can be classified according to which of the three directions of space the rocks on either side move. When the motion is predominantly vertical, they are called dip slip faults. Dip slip faults with dips less than 45 degrees are called thrust faults. As they break and scrape by one another, they produce seismic waves that travel through the ground and shake the surface. We know this shaking as earthquakes. All states and all continents have faults but California has more than most. What makes the SAF so important is that it is a plate boundary and that it is on land. Most plate boundaries are in the ocean and so they are hard to study. The earliest reported earthquake in California was felt in 1769 July 28, 1769 Portola Expedition in the Los Angeles basin he estimated 6.0M quake was followed by at least a dozen aftershocks through August 3rd, with three violent shocks reported after. December 8, 1812 -Originally believed to have an epicenter close to San Juan Capistrano, where the mission church collapsed killing 40 native Americans attending mass. Based on scientific evidence, it is believed that the epicenter was actually along the Mojave segment of the San Andreas Fault at Wrightwood with an estimated 7.5M. December 21, 1812 -Potentially triggered by the Wrightwood quake two weeks earlier, this was believed to be two quakes-one at 10am; the other at 10:15am-both with an estimated 7.0M and a probable epicenter located offshore, possibly in the Santa Barbara Channel. Damage to the church at Mission Santa Barbara. September 24, 1827 -Felt in the Los Angeles region, an estimated 5.5M quake with an epicenter in the Santa Monica Bay. January 9, 1857 -With an approximate epicenter of about 72km NE of San Luis Obispo on the San Andreas Fault, and an estimated magnitude of 7.9Mw, it is considered one of the greatest recorded earthquakes in U.S. history. The SAF was born when the Pacific Plate first touched the North American Plate. The San Andreas Fault received its name from Andrew Lawson after the 1906 earthquake. He named it for San Andreas Lake, a (now) man-modified sag pond in San Mateo county through which the fault passes. The lake was named by Gaspar de Portola in 1769 who camped near the (then) small body of water. The earliest documented record of an earthquake comes from China, in 1831 BC from the Shandong province. The most complete historical records also come from China, starting in 780 BC during the Zhou Dynasty in China. Alejandra Aguiar Professor Beaman Geology May 11 2016 Other Devastating Earthquakes SAN ANDREAS FAULT Evolution of San Andreas Fault Earthquake stress is built up in rocks when two plates that are trying to move push against one another. Because of friction between the plates at the fault, they cannot slide freely. Instead, they deform (strain) and build up energy, like compressing a spring. When the stress exceeds the friction or the breaking strength of the rocks, the rocks break or slide and in a short period of time - seconds - the energy stored in the deformed rock is released in the form of heat and seismic waves. The process is called elastic rebound. History CAUTION Quick Facts Haiti 2010 7.0M Chile 2010 8.8M Japan 2011 9.0M Historic Earthquakes in California


Transcript: EXTREME Komodos have about 60 teeth which grow back quickly if one falls out. A Komodo dragon can reach up to 10 feet long and weigh 154 pounds! The Komodo dragon rarely drinks water because they get fluids from the food they eat. By: Emily Huston and Lucy Kassela Bibliography Smell is it's primary food detector. Male Komodo dragons compete for females by wrestling, rearing up on their hind legs while supported by the muscular tail. Komodo dragons have a venomous bite. There are two glands in the lower jaw that produce several different toxic proteins. It's saliva is initially harmless but because of their diet they pick up dangerous pathogens. The Komodo dragon itself is immune to most of these bacteria. After a meal, the lizard's stomach expands easily. Komodos can throw up the contents of their stomachs when threatened to reduce their weight in order to flee. How does the Komodo dragon hunt and eat? It can see in color, but it's eyes are better at picking up movement than discerning stationary objects. The Komodo dragon's main hunting strategies are based on stealth and power. One of it's strategies is to ambush it's prey. Another is to smash it and tear it to pieces. Where does the Komodo dragon live? Komodo Dragon Caution! Extreme Animal! Why is the Komodo dragon an extreme animal? The Komodo Dragon has long and sharp, curved claws that are often used for digging. It's claws can grow up to three inches long. The Komodo dragon lives in the tropical rainforests and beaches of Indonesia (south east Asia), on the islands of Komodo, Rinca, and Flores. It's name comes from the island Komodo, where Komodo dragons flourish. The King of Lizards It's yellow forked tongue allows it to sample the air. Scientists believe that the Komodo dragon's environment maybe one reason why they have become so large. The Komodo dragons adapted to the fact that they were the largest meat eating animal on the island where they lived. So, a living Komodo dragon rarely becomes supper for another animal. And it doesn't have to compete for it's own supper. Works Cited "Animal Planet." Animal Planet. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Animals & Habitat Areas; Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo." Animals & Habitat Areas; Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Fun Facts About Komodo Dragons." N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Komodo Dragon." National Geographic. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Komodo Dragon (Varanus Komodoensis)." Komodo Dragon Videos, Photos and Facts. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Komodo Dragon." Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 10 May 2013. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens." Komodo Dragon (Monitor Lizard) -. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Oct. 2013. <>. "Reptiles and Amphibians." Smithsonian National Zoological Park. N.p., n.d. Web. 07 Oct. 2013. <>. (Varanus komodoensis) It has a long, flat head with a rounded snout. What does the Komodo dragon look like? Reptile! hank you Did You Know...? Did you know that the Komodo dragon is closely related to the megalania? The megalania was a very large monitor lizard that is now extinct. The Komodo dragon is also closely related to Gila monster and the Guatemalan beaded lizard. Komodo dragons diet mainly consists of deer, birds, and mammals, but they eat considerable amounts of carrion. If the Komodo dragon's prey escapes after it is bitten the Komodo dragon will follow as the bacteria takes effect. When the escapee dies the Komodo dragon uses it's sense of smell to hone in on the corpse. Having a smaller hearing range than humans, it can't pick up sounds like a low pitched voice or a high pitched scream.


Transcript: Family time Less time for my hobbies Hanging out with friends A warehouse or garage full of tools, crashed cars, and clean area Organized Repair damaged automobile bodies, rebuild parts, align vehicles' front ends, repair radiator leaks, overhaul or replace shock absorbers, maintain cleanliness of work area, install and repair accessories Experience New skills Money Go to Cerritos College for training Go to mechanic shops and help them Help my dad fix the truck Ahead Keep studying the English language Keep building up my strength Stamina Strength Stamina Flexibility Fine motor skills Vision Automotive Master Mechanic The environment for my career Henry Ford is the first person to start creating and building cars and trucks that was affordable and reliable Henry Ford became the Master Mechanic because he was the creator of the Model T cars 3 Reasons why I chose this career Jose Anaya What would I perform on this job Mechanical knowledge Engineering and Technology Computers and Electronics Customer and Personal service English language Equipment maintenance Repairing Troubleshooting Quality control analysis Equipment selection Operation and control Operation monitoring Does it require certain physical abilities? I have a real interest in cars especially in trucks Know more about cars/trucks How to fix my own car Sacrifices Classes I can take in high school to prepare for this career are Caution History of mechanics How much training/education will I need Rewards I will earn in my career (job) What can I do today to begin preparing for this career


Transcript: Research Question 1: What instructional strategies can be used in the classroom to help build math fluency for addition and subtraction? Research Question 2: Will the use of a research based website (First in Math) help build fluency of addition and subtraction facts? Building Math Fact Fluency by second grade helps students arrive to third grade ALIVE!!! Do you want to find out more about what exactly I'm talking about? Follow Me on My Journey!!!! My path will lead your rising first and second graders to third grade ALIVE!!!! My "Go To" Researcher for building fact fluency is John Van de Walle who is the author of the book Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics, I would consider him my go to researcher because he has broken down the process into dos and don't that are easy to follow with examples of both. Fluency in computation and knowledge of math facts are part of the NCTM Math Standards. “By the end of grade 2, students should know the basic addition and subtraction combinations, should be fluent in adding two-digit numbers, and should have methods for subtracting two-digit numbers. To help with safe travels We are Building Math Fact Fluency DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHAT I WANT TO KNOW? HAVE YOU HEARD THIS SONG BEFORE? LET ME GIVE YOU A LITTLE BACKGROUND FIRST HAVE YOU SEEN THIS WEBSITE BEFORE? By:Jasmine Davis Email me at Follow my blog Caution!!! Road Closed Ahead Did you Know? You want to learn more? BUT FIRST LET ME INTRODUCE MY GO TO PERSON

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