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  • In 1906, the great San Francisco earth caused much damage to the city. The National Board of Fire Underwriters called San Francisco "a catastrophe waiting to happen" in their report issued in 1906. Below are information all about the 1906 San Francisco earthquake.
    1906-san-francisco-earthquake.html

  • The 1960 Chile Earthquake was the most powerful earthquake in the world's history of earthquakes. The 1960 earthquake struck in Southern Chile. The 1960 great earthquake in Chile is sometimes referred to as the 1960 Valdivia earthquake or Great Chilean Earthquake.
    1960-chile-earthquake.html

  • This website is the online home of a scholastic Plate Tectonics Club started off by a few dedicated students.
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  • The terms lithosphere and asthenosphere are often used in plate tectonics. In the theory of plate tectonics, the earth is divided into layers, see Layers of the Earth.
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  • Convergent boundaries occur when two or more tectonic plates are move toward one another and some colliding.
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  • Below are diagrams of the inside of the earth. Through studying diagrams of the inside of the earth, you can easily learn facts and all kinds of different stuff about the inside of the earth.
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  • In plate tectonics there are three types of boundaries; divergent boundaries, convergent boundaries and transform boundaries.
    divergent-boundaries.html

  • Below are some Earthquake facts to help you understand and be more familiar with plate tectonics theory. You can use these earthquake facts in a quiz at school or as a game for fun.
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  • The study of earthquakes is a big part of plate tectonics. The movement of Earth's tectonic plates can set off earthquakes in plate boundaries that contain faults.
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