How many missions did junipero Serra found
What is Jordan's primary natural resource export?
If DE = 7 and BC = 3x-1,
what is x?
Earthquakes produce two types of body waves that flow through the interior of the earth. They are, Primary and love waves
Primary and surface waves
Primary and secondary waves
Secondary and love waves
The correct response is that earthquakes produce primary and secondary body waves.
From the epicenter, an earthquake sends out waves in every direction, like when you drop something on a still body of water. Body waves are those waves that move from the epicenter deep in the Earth. Primary waves move the fastest and they are also called compression waves because they move outward, along the line of wave propagation. The S-wave moves perpendicular to the line of wave propagation. The S-waves can only be felt in solid material. If the earthquake is some distance from the epicenter you will feel the P-waves first and then the S-waves, and finally the surface waves which are those that cause the most damage and displacement generally.
Which of the following is not a question normally asked by mapmakers before they design a new map.? A. Where will the map be used
B. How large are each of the map elements
C. What is the goal of the map
D. Who will read the map
A __________ is the boundary between the land and an ocean or a lake. coastline
How did the Fertile Crescent get its name
The __________ Ocean lies north of Europe and covers the North Pole.
What happens if the use of groundwater exceeds the rate of replenishment? a. the depth of the water table increases
b. the water table is more likely to be polluted
c. the depth of the water table decreases
d. the water table remains unchanged
The answer is C. the depth of the water table decreases