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Seventh Grade (Grade 7) Geology Questions

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Grade 7 :: Geomorphology by hannah128
The movement of rocks.
  1. Deposition
  2. Weathering
  3. Erosion
Grade 7 :: Tectonics by MrsSernig
The epicentre of an earthquake is:
  1. the location that emergency support workers meet during an earthquake
  2. the size of an earthquake.
  3. the point on the Earth's surface above where an earthquake occurs
  4. the centre of an earthquake.
Grade 7 :: Rocks by hannah128
Grade 7 :: Rocks by jtillander
Which kind is an organic sedimentary rock?
  1. Conglomerate
  2. Slate
  3. Obsidian
  4. Coal
Grade 7 :: Rocks by jtillander
An example of a clastic sedimentary rock is:
  1. Sandstone
  2. Iron Ore
  3. Gabbro
  4. Slate
Grade 7 :: Rocks by jtillander
A chemical sedimentary rock is formed when:
  1. Mechanical weathering occurs.
  2. There's an accumulation of plant or animal debris.
  3. Dissolved materials precipitate a solution.
  4. None of the above.
Grade 7 :: Earth's Layers by MrsSernig
Which of the following show the layers of the earth in the correct order?
  1. mantle, inner core, outer core, crust
  2. inner core, outer core, crust
  3. inner core, outer core, crust, mantle
  4. inner core, outer core, mantle, crust
Grade 7 :: Geomorphology by hannah128
Process in which rocks get broken down.
  1. Weathering
  2. Erosion
  3. Deposition
Grade 7 :: Geomorphology by jj1791
Which type of volcano is large and has a low slope, such as Hawaiian volcanoes?
  1. cinder cone
  2. caldera
  3. composite volcano
  4. shield
  5. pluton
Grade 7 :: Tectonics by jj1791
What is an instrument used to study earthquakes?
  1. epicenter
  2. focus
  3. seismograph
  4. scarp
  5. foreshock
Grade 7 :: Tectonics by Augustine
What is it called when two oceanic plates move apart and new crust is formed?
  1. continental drift
  2. Pangaea
  3. seafloor spreading
  4. erosion and weathering
  5. cementation and compaction
Grade 7 :: Tectonics by jj1791
What is the point of origin of an earthquake?
  1. Epicenter
  2. Focus
  3. Foreshock
  4. Scarp
  5. Seismograph
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