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Riya, Alexis and Destiny's Project.....

volcanologist, geologist and seismologist
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Riya Patel

on 7 March 2016

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Transcript of Riya, Alexis and Destiny's Project.....

Geologist: Alexis K.
Seismologist: Destiny A.
An earthquake is a sudden rupture process in earths crust or mantle caused by tectonic stress. Stress generally inffered indirectly from seismic waves which have propagated through complex structures.
On January 26, 2001 in Gujarat with a magnitude of 7.6. Killing at least 20,085, injuring at least 166,836, and damaging over 1,000,000 homes. Felt as far as Nepal, Bangladesh, and Southern Pakistan.
Volcanologist: Riya P.
Dynamic Earth
discovering plate tectonics
By: Riya Patel,
Destiny Ashley,
Alexis Knouse
Most mountain ranges in Asia are made by the Indus, Ganges, and Brahmapaputa rivers.
And the Mountains are being made still yet today.
Some Mountain Ranges have changed over years

*The general mechanics of a volcano is a vent, a
pipe, a crater and a cone.
*The vent is at the Earth's surface.
*The pipe goes through the volcano the magma rises through to the surface during an eruption.
*The crater throws ash, lava, and other materials that are supposed to be released.
*The cone is being formed by the ash and lava.
*A future trouble spot now is Sakurajima volcano.
*Sakurajima is an active volcano and an island in Kagoshima Prefecture in Kyushu, Japan.
*Shiveluch volcano is one of the most active
volcano and based on satellite data, there
was an eruption of plume from the
volcano that rose to estimate
of about 21,000 ft or 6.4 km
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