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Hazards Recap Quiz
Everything we have covered since
lockdown
Tectonic
Catchphrase
Constructive
Plate Margin
Collision
Conservative
Destructive
e
Converge
Longer answer
In your own words explain the formation of a
tsunami (4 marks)
Plate Tectonics
1
Which is the correct order for the layers of the
Earth?
A. Inner mantle, outer mantle, core, outer core
B. Crust, core, mantle, outer core
C. Crust, mantle, outer core, inner core
2
Which is the thinnest layer of the Earth?
A. Crust
B. Mantle
C. Core
3
How are convection currents created?
A. Through the energy of the Sun
B. Through the heat from the Earth's core
C. From global warming
4
Where are earthquakes created?
A. At destructive plate boundaries
B. At conservative plate boundaries
C. At all plate boundaries
5
Which is lighter: oceanic or continental crust?
A. Oceanic
B. Continental
C. Neither. They are both the same
Plate Tectonics
6
How does a collision zone differ from a
destructive plate boundary?
8
Where could we see an example of a
constructive plate boundary?
A. A collision zone forms through two
continental plates, whereas destructive
boundaries form from one continental and
one oceanic
B. A collision zone has plates moving towards
one another, whereas destructive boundaries
have plates moving away from one another
C. Collision zones are only found in less
developed countries
A. The San-Andreas fault in California
B. The Himalayas
C. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge
7
What happens at a constructive plate boundary?
A. Two plates move apart and new land is
created
B. One plate is forced beneath another
C. Plates slide side by side
9
What is another name for a conservative plate
boundary?
A. Transform plate margin
B. Subduction zone
C. Divergent plate margin
10
What happens at a conservative plate boundary?
A. Plates move in opposite directions
B. Plates move in the same direction, but at
different speeds
C. Plates move either in opposite directions or in
the same direction, but at different speeds
Categorising impacts of hazards
Using the fact sheet you have been given highlight two social,
two environmental and two economic impacts.
Then write a short paragraph explaining one primary impact
and one secondary impact
Volcanoes, Earthquakes, Tsunamis
1
What is the bowl-shaped basin in the top of the
volcano called?
A. The vent
B. The crater
C. The magma chamber
2
What are the characteristics of a composite
volcano?
A. Steep sides
B. Covers a wide area
C. Runny lava
3
What are the characteristics of a shield volcano?
A. Layers of ash and lava
B. Sticky lava
C. Gently sloping sides
4
Where do large earthquakes usually happen?
A. In the centre of plates
B. On the edges of plates
C. In the ocean
5
What is usually the cause of a tsunami?
A. A hurricane
B. A volcano
C. An earthquake
6
What happens as a tsunami approaches the
shore?
A. The wave height increases and the wave
length shortens
B. The wave height decreases and the wave
length shortens
C. The wave height increases and the wave
length gets longer
Longer answer
Name a type of tectonic hazard and give a
location where it took place. (2 marks)
Explain the natural processes that caused this
event. (3 marks)
Explain a range of impacts that are as a result of
this hazards, link to long term and short term. (3
marks)