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Use the diagram of the sea floor below to answer the next 3 questions. 9 What explains the North South North South, pattern of magnetic minerals on either side of. the mid ocean ridges, a Past earthquakes, b Past volcanic activity. c The spreading of the sea floor, d The presence of many magnetic fields on B A. Earth pointing in various directions, 10 What does the striping of the sea floor indicate about Earth. a The seafloor is uneven and bumpy, b The rocks cooling from the magma have changed composition.
c The age of the rocks on the sea floor is the same at locations B and A. d The magnetic pole has switched from north to south poles. 11 If letter B labels rocks oriented toward todays magnetic north pole what orientation do the rocks at A. a North c South, b East d West, 12 Which type of tectonic plate interaction forms a mid ocean ridge. a Absorption of one plate by another, b Two plates colliding. c Two plates moving apart, d Two plates sliding past each other. Use this diagram of an imaginary tectonic plate to answer the next four questions. 13 What direction would this plate move, a From the west to the east. b From the east to the west Penny Leonard Sheldon, c From the south to the north.
d From the north to the south, 14 The volcanoes were formed over a mantle plume. Which is true of their ages, a They are all the same age. b Leonard is older than Penny, c Sheldon is older that Leonard Oceanic Mid Ocean. d Penny is older than Leonard Trench Ridge, 15 How is a hot spot magma plume such as the islands shown in the map above an attribute of tectonic plate. a Hot spots can push magma through the mantle and crust because of the high pressure. b Plates are at divergent boundaries pulling surface material apart allowing magma to escape. c Plates are at convergent boundaries in the mid Pacific ridge creating an opening for magma to escape. d Plates move over the mantle plume creating a chain of volcanoes of different ages. Plate Motion Practice Test, 1 How do scientists explain the movement of Earth s tectonic plates.
a They are floating in the oceans and move randomly. b They move when heat creates convection currents in Earth s mantle. c They move when volcanoes erupt and earthquake faults slip. d The spinning of Earth gives each plate the energy that moves the continents. 2 What is the movement of heated materials upward and the movement of cooled materials downward. a Coriolis Effect c Convection, b Contraction d Climate. 3 What are the two types of tectonic plates, a Crustal and Mantle c Continental and Oceanic. b Oceanic and Crustal d Lithospheric and Continental. Use the map below to answer the following question. World Earthquakes and Volcanoes, 4 The distribution of world earthquakes and volcanoes is an indication of. a Tectonic plate boundaries c Ancient climates, b Earth s internal heat sources d Doppler Effect. 5 What type of energy is transferred to earth s surface during an earthquake. a Heat c Mechanical, b Light d Chemical, 6 What conditions of temperature and density would allow a tectonic plate to SUBDUCT Boundaries that.
a cold and dense c cold and less dense, b hot and dense d hot and less dense. Use the diagram below to answer the following questions. 7 Why does rock begin to sink at A and D, a It has cooled and is more dense c It has warmed and is more dense. b It has cooled and is less dense d It has warmed and is less dense. 8 Where would you expect to find the hottest rock, 9 What direction are the plates moving in relation to each other at point C. a towards each other c sideways to each other, b away from each other d one up the other down. 10 What type of plate boundary would you expect to see at point D. a Convergent c Transform, b Divergent d All of the above.
11 What effect does a subducting plate boundary have on the rest of the plate It would. a push the plate upward c cool the plate, b compress the plate d pull the plate downward. 12 The collision of two continental plates results in which land feature. a Valleys c Volcanoes, b Mountains d Trenches, 13 Which feature can be created by a divergent plate boundary. a Trench c Earthquakes, b Rift Valley d Island Arc. 14 As Australia drifted away from Asia what happened to its animal life. a Australian animals became more like North American animals. b It remained very similar to life on Asia, c Asian life forms changed dramatically. d It evolved into different forms than Asia, 15 The movement of plate boundaries has created spectacular volcanoes What effect do volcanoes have.
on living things over time, a They do not allow for plant growth c They are difficult to travel over. b They form hot gases d They alter the weather and climate. Plate Tectonics Practice Test 1 What is the main idea Alfred Wegner proposed in the Theory of Continental Drift that he published in 1915 a The continents float on a liquid layer that allows them to move b The continents were once a single landmass that drifted apart c The fossils found on Earth are all the same age d The

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