Past Exam for GEOL 2104 - Elements of Geology with Hochella at Virginia Tech (VT)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 3
Class:GEOL 2104 - Elements of Geology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Fall 2003
  • Mass Movement
  • Particularly
  • Neutralizing
  • Primary Cause
  • Orientation
  • Magnitude Earthquake
  • Earthquakes
  • On the Ground
  • Flood Plain
  • Transform Fault
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Elements of Geology 2104 Test III November 19,2003 1. There are three types of plate boundaries. They are called: 1) divergent, mid-ocean ridges, transform. 2) ridges, subduction zones, faults. 3) collisional, convergent, transform. 4) mid-ocean ridges, divergent, convergent. 5): nomHJ1i dlu_",",.'" 2. Which one of the following geological settings provides the most danger to people in terms of earthquake activity: 1) near volcanoes, 2) in deep valleys next to high mountains, 3) on Iceland,'~l6i1g''tl'ansform. faults.,tbat;.Qut.tbrough~contineDta1..emst\. 3. Iceland 1) is a place where the mid-Atlantic ridge rises above sea level, 2) is on a divergent plate boundary, 3) is on one ofthe many mid-ocean ridges that encircle the globe, 4) is an area of very young rocks, and in fact is new crust. 5) all of the above, " 6) 2 and 3 only, 7) 1 and 2 only, 8) 1,2, and 3 only, 9) 2, 3, and 4 only, 10) 3 and 4 only. 4. The Himalayas of Nepal and China are due1:o . 1) an ocean - ocean convergen...

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