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  • Inside the Earth, there are many things. Below are stuff about the inside of the earth as well as diagrams of the inside of the earth. The resources below are great for studying the inside of the earth teaching resources. We will discuss the geological forces generated inside the earth in this Plate Tectonics website briefly but the extensive discussions of the geological forces generated inside the earth are beyond the scope of this website.
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  • Below are stuff about the inside of the earth. In plate tectonics, it is important to study stuff about the inside of the earth. Understanding what are underneath the surface of the earth is key to understanding plate tectonics.
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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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  • Below are information and pictures from inside the hollow earth. The information and pictures from inside the hollow earth below are derived from the belief that the planet earth has a hollow interior. There aren't real pictures from the inside of the hollow earth because the concept of the hollow earth is deemed fictional and dismissed as having any scientific possibilities by scientists.
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  • Below are the resources that you can use as a studying inside the earth teaching resource. When teaching earth sciences and plate tectonics, the more teaching resources you have about studying inside the earth, the better. Students respond to different teaching resources.
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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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  • In plate tectonics and the study of earthquakes, the first question that most people ask is what causes earthquakes.
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  • 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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  • Faults usually occur along tectonic plate boundaries, whether it be convergent boundaries, divergent boundaries or transform boundaries. Earthquakes often occur in areas that contain faults. But there is more than one type of fault.
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  • Below is a list of major earthquakes in North America. In North America, Mexico and California are the two most earthquake prone places. Other areas that are likely to suffer from earthquakes include Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, the Intermountain Belt, Hawaii, the Northeastern Region, South Carolina, and the Midcontinent Region.
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  • Below is a list of Major earthquakes in the world and their estimated death tolls. In some cases the number of deaths resulting from an earthquake is not known.
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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.
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  • Missouri has its share of earthquakes. In the early 1800s, a series of violent and strong earthquakes hit the town of New Madrid in eastern Missouri, near the Mississippi River. The New Madrid quakes were so strong that they changed the course of the Mississippi River. The New Madrid earthquakes were among the strongest earthquakes in the earth's history.
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  • 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.
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