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Internet Exercise 7 Earthquakes Please write neatly If I cannot read your handwriting I will not grade your assignment Please print your name on this assignment Please staple your assignment before turning it in Cutting and pasting directly from web sites or copying from a friend is called PLAGIARISM Dont do it Read Dr Ashers policy on Plagiarism in your syllabus This exercise will focus on topics related to earthquakes Web sites with useful definitions and information about earthquakes are httpand http put an underline symbol between the words general and seismicity if you are typing this address in by hand Or low-tech types can just use the text book First lets see how the world is shakin today Go to http currentseismicity Click on the link called Near Real-Time Earthquake 1 What is the time and date you are doing this exercise as in accessing this web site Sunday November 11 2001 122651 Your name is Kirsten AV Jackson 2a How many earthquakes have occurred today What is the location depth and magnitude of the largest one If you are doing this early in the morning and no earthquakes have been reported use the previous days data Twenty-one earthquakes have happened today The large one was in Panama - Costa Rica border The depth was 33 kilometers and the magnitude was 61 2b Did this earthquake the largest one occur on or very near the boundary between two of the earths crustal plates yes or no If yes what are the names of the plates involved and what type of plate boundary is it divergent convergent or transform Please use Fig 112 to identify type of plate boundary and names of plates involved This earthquake occured very near the boundary of the Carribbean crustal plate The type of plate boundary is convergent because of the presence of volcanoes
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