Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (2023)

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Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic

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P Answered by Specialist Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (1) 7

They are geologic natural disasters.

Geography

Volcanoes have provided some positive benefits to humankind and life in general over geologic time. which of the following is not true about volcanoes? a. volcanic eruptions can enrich soils, making land more fertile. b. volatiles from volcanoes provided much of our early oceans’ water. c. volcanic eruptions have prevented several mass extinctions by cooling earth’s climate. d. gasses from volcanic eruptions provided much of the content of the early atmosphere.

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The statement is - C. Volcanic eruptions have prevented several mass extinctions by cooling Earth's climate.

The volcanoes and their activity have resulted in numerous positives on the planet Earth, being very beneficial for the life as a whole and eventually for the human kind.

The volcanoes though also had some very negative influences, and despite being one of the factors that enabled the life on Earth, they never prevented a mass extinction on it, instead they are responsibly for some of the mass extinctions. The biggest mass extinction dubbed as the ''Great dying'' has been caused by the activity of a super-volcano that existed in what is now Siberia. It managed to wipe out almost all life on the planet. Also, when the asteroid collided with the Earth around 66 million years ago, the volcanoes too contributed largely to the mass extinction that wiped out the dinosaurs. Even in more recent geologic times, the Toba volcano almost wiped the humans from the face of the Earth.

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HELP GIVING BRAINLIEST You might think that staying safe during the eruption of a volcano is just a matter of hiding under a table and hoping your house doesn t catch on fire. Nothing could be further from the truth. Surviving a volcanic eruption is a matter of understanding how volcanoes most commonly affect people, being prepared, and following some easy guidelines. Volcanic activity may be scary, but it is the result of simple and very natural geological processes. Volcanoes are holes in the Earth s crust where substances from beneath the surface,

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P Answered by PhD Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (2) 8

Paragraph 2 and 4.

Explanation:

If yours looks like the image below, then it's paragraph 2.

If it has different options (including a paragraph 4), then the answer is 4.

Hope this helps the confusion in the other question's comments.

Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (3)

Biology

Charles lyell developed the concept that geological processes progress at uniform, or constant, rates throughout history. most geologists of his time thought sudden, major catastrophes were the cause of the geologic formations they studied. which of the following pieces of evidence was most likely to have influenced lyell to break away from this school of catastrophism and develop a different school of thought? events such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes happen relatively frequently and regularly. the same types of geologic formations are

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P Answered by Specialist Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (4) 3

option (A)

Explanation: The renown geologist Charles Lyell has a huge contribution in the field of geology, who brought into the concept of "Uniformitarianism" which depicts that the earth undergoes the same geological processes at a constant rate that means the processes that has taken place in the past will undergo now and in future too.

Due to this on-going tectonic activities, the earth experiences earthquakes and volcanic eruptions at different places at different time.

Hence, the correct option here is (A)

Geography

The cross sections below represent three bedrock outcrops found several kilometers apart. which statement best explains why the volcanic ash layers are useful for correlating the relative ages of the bedrock in the three outcrops? (1) the ash was deposited over a large area when a volcano erupted. (2) there are no fossils found within the volcanic ash. (3) the volcanic eruptions that produced the ash layer occurred over a long period of geologic time. (4) the volcanic ash is found between many different layers of bedrock.

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After looking at the cross sections in the photo you posted of the three bedrock outcrops, I can give you a correct answer to the question. The statement that will explain why the volcanic ask layers are good for correlating the ages in the three outcrops is that the ask was deposited over a large area when a volcano erupted in the past. You can see in the picture that there is fossils, you can see that there are not ask found between many of the layers of bedrock and the you can also see from the picture that it didn't occur over a long period of geologic times. This is why you can be sure that the 1st statement is the correct statement, by ruling out all the other choices. The correct choice is number 1.

Arts

Helppp (1) On May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens sent an explosion of ash, gas, and rock into the sky. This eruption led to the death of 57 people, in addition to permanently changing the surrounding landscape. It is still one of the most disastrous volcanic eruptions in recent history. (2) Mount St. Helens is located in the Cascade Mountain Range in Washington, United States. It is part of the Ring of Fire, an important geological area. This area is home to over 160 active volcanos. Volcanos are active if they have erupted at least once in the last

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See below

Explanation:

If I am correct,

"Forests had been destroyed for miles and rivers had been blocked by debris. Clouds had even blocked out the sun in the entire state. It took years for the environment to recover."

Supports the main idea.

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Biology

Charles lyell developed the concept that geological processes progress at uniform, or constant, rates throughout history. most geologists of his time thought sudden, major catastrophes were the cause of the geologic formations they studied. which of the following pieces of evidence was most likely to have influenced lyell to break away from this school of catastrophism and develop a different school of thought? events such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes happen relatively frequently and regularly. the same types of geologic formations are

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P Answered by Master Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (6) 3

option (A)

Explanation: The renown geologist Charles Lyell has a huge contribution in the field of geology, who brought into the concept of "Uniformitarianism" which depicts that the earth undergoes the same geological processes at a constant rate that means the processes that has taken place in the past will undergo now and in future too.

Due to this on-going tectonic activities, the earth experiences earthquakes and volcanic eruptions at different places at different time.

Hence, the correct option here is (A)

Geography

The cross sections below represent three bedrock outcrops found several kilometers apart. which statement best explains why the volcanic ash layers are useful for correlating the relative ages of the bedrock in the three outcrops? (1) the ash was deposited over a large area when a volcano erupted. (2) there are no fossils found within the volcanic ash. (3) the volcanic eruptions that produced the ash layer occurred over a long period of geologic time. (4) the volcanic ash is found between many different layers of bedrock.

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P Answered by PhD Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (7) 7

After looking at the cross sections in the photo you posted of the three bedrock outcrops, I can give you a correct answer to the question. The statement that will explain why the volcanic ask layers are good for correlating the ages in the three outcrops is that the ask was deposited over a large area when a volcano erupted in the past. You can see in the picture that there is fossils, you can see that there are not ask found between many of the layers of bedrock and the you can also see from the picture that it didn't occur over a long period of geologic times. This is why you can be sure that the 1st statement is the correct statement, by ruling out all the other choices. The correct choice is number 1.

Geography

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The answer is B

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Biology

Ineed the answers to this test asap. the answers that have a - next to it is my answer. 1. under which of the following conditions would a fossil most likely form? (1point) a. a living thing dies and sediment is very slowly deposited on top of i’s body. b. a living thing dies and sediment quickly covers its body. - c. a living thing dies and its skeleton is left to the elements. d. a living thing dies and a radioactive element breaks down its body. 2. if you were looking for an example of a trace fossil, for which of the following might you search?

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P Answered by Master Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions are geologic (9) 13

You can find the explanation of each answer is the attached file (since the size of my answer is too long, I cannot put it here).

1.The right answer is A.

2.The right answer is C.

3.The right answer is A.

4.The right answer is B.

5.The right answer is C.

6.The right answer is A.

7.The right answer is A.

8.The right answer is C.

9.The right answer is A.

10.The right answer is C.

11.The right answer is C.

12.The right answer is B.

13.The right answer is True.

14.The right answer is True.

15. Geologic time scale:

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