What causes earthquakes?

The point on the Earth's surface that is directly above an earthquake is called the:

Energy released by an earthquake is in the form of:

Which of the following can be triggered by an earthquake?

Which of the following statements is false?

The strength or magnitude of an earthquake is measured using what?

This type of volcano has a gentle eruption with oozing lava flows


What forms at the top of a volcano after an eruption?

What is the outside layer of the earth called?

What is magma?

Which of these countries has no active volcanoes?

Magma composition helps shape a volcano. What substance determines whether magma is chunky

or flowy?

The huge hole left by the collapse of a volcanic mountain is called a

Volcanic eruptions cause destruction, but they are also

A volcano which erupts 1000 km3 of material is called: