Geology Papers

  • Science Of The Nazca – South American Plate Boundary

    379 words, 2 pages

    The Chile Earthquake of 2010 is one geological event that was associated with the Nazca/South American Plate Boundary. The magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck at 3:34 A.M. on February 27, 2010, with an epicenter 200 miles southwest of Santiago, and a focus 22 miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. A 300 to 375 mile stretch of the fault had ruptured, and caused the earthquake. This fracture was caused by the stress brought on by the convergence between the Nazca and the South American Plates, and the fracture had a secondary effect of lifting a portion of seabed in the Pacific Ocean, causing

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    Decision In Paradise Part 1

    692 words, 3 pages

    At Lund International, our brands, and the products under them, are the focus of everything we do. And it shows. It shows in more than 150 product lines we offer, in the care and craft we put into every product we introduce, and in our tireless commitment to leadership and innovation (2008; Lund International). Lund International has chosen to branch their products Internationally with the main location being the country of Kava. Once we landed in Kava we realized this country was not as we had pictured it. Kava appeared to be a mess which could cause problems with branching Lund products.

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    Visualisation Of The Future: Web 3.0

    385 words, 2 pages

    Various discussion, opinions, and perception have been floating around especially in a forum such as PC magazine. According to Tech Encyclopedia, Web 3.0 is a nickname for Semantic Web. However, some defined as the other Semantic Web. As u heard it before and I have mentioned in the earlier posts, Semantic web is trying to develop a concept of transforming everything such as documents, emails, videos, images, etc into elements of a database. Hence it will provide precise and well-defined meaning for users. In my opinion, Web 3.0 could be the next Semantic Web Services whereby according t

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    Volcano Tour Destination

    624 words, 3 pages

    Volcano tour destination The volcano site we will be visiting today is one of the most famous recent eruptions in North America. This volcano was on the watch list a couple of times in the last 3 years. We will be visiting Mount St. Helens located on the Pacific Northwest of the United States. This volcano is Skamania County, Washington. I recently had the opportunity to fly into the Seattle airport and witnessed this great volcano in all its grandeur. It’s located about 100 miles south of Seattle and just 53 miles north of Oregon. This Volcano is currently in an active status, meaning

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