The San Andreas Fault
Added by Lawrie Ryan on Mar 19, 2008
A graphic representing the San Andreas fault in California. The oceanic and continental plates move in the opposite direction along the fault line, creating a region in which earthquakes are common. Both San Francisco and Los Angeles are at risk from earthquakes.
This item is part of Absorb Chemistry.
- Absorb Chemistry
- 6,180 times
- File Size:
- 3.08 KB
- Related Items
- This Author
An interactive animation showing tectonic plate boundaries o...
An interactive animation illustrating how volcanoes and eart...
An animation showing why an earthquake occurs. Two plates ar...
Structure of the Earth: crust and mantle
A graphic showing a cross-section representing the structure...
Pacific island arcs
A graphic representing three volcanic island arcs on the Pac...
Electrolytes and conduction 3
An interactive animation showing an experiment to investigat...
Measuring reaction rates: volume of gas given off 1
An animation measuring the rate of the reaction between calc...
Reacting potassium and water
A video showing the reaction of potassium and water. A piece...
Group I: lithium ion
An animation explaining the reactivity of Group I elements. ...
Reacting hydrogen and oxygen
A video showing the explosive reaction between hydrogen and ...