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The magnitude of an earthquake is a measured value of an earthquake s size Intensity measures the shaking strength produced by the earthquake at a certain location Intensity is determined from the effects on people, human structures, and the natural environment Richter s scale provides accurate reports of earthquake intensity Table 52 gives intensities that are often seen near the epicenter of different earthquakes magnitudes
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Oregon, Washington, and California sit on the North American Plate The Juan de Fuca Plate is west of the Pacific Northwest coastline in the Pacific Ocean The shared margin of these two plates is called the Cascadia Subduction Zone and is located 80 km offshore When the Juan de Fuca Plate clashes with the North American Plate, it subducts into the Earth s mantle producing earthquakes
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When an oceanic plate is shoved beneath a continental plate, it may stick instead of sliding This sticking causes pressure to build up until it is released suddenly as a major earthquake No large earthquakes have been recorded in the Cascadia Subduction Zone since records began in 1790, but the Cascadia had magnitude 8 to 9 earthquakes in the past If an earthquake took place in this subduction zone, it would probably be centered off the coast of Washington or Oregon where the plates converge The 1989 eruption of Mt St Helens may signal growing tectonic activity in the area
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Magma movement is called igneous activity (from the Latin ignis meaning fire ) Magma erupting from a volcano is called lava, which cools to volcanic rock
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A volcano is a mound, hill, or mountain formed from hot magma exiting the crust and piling up on the land or beneath the seas When referring to volcanic materials ejected during an eruption, most volcanologists talk about volcanic dust, ash, cinders, lapilli, scoria, pumice, bombs, and blocks These are mostly sorted by size and composition and collectively called pyroclastic fallout
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Tephra describes all the different types of matter sent blasting from a volcano compared to slow flowing lava
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Mount St Helens was once considered one of the most beautiful mountains in the Pacific Northwest s Cascade mountain range Then, in March of 1980, a series of increasingly stronger earthquakes (over 170) occurred before the mountain top was blown off in a tremendous explosion sending a column of volcanic ash and steam into the sky
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Volcanic ash ejected during a volcanic eruption is made up of rock particles less than 4 mm in diameter Coarse ash is sized from 1 to 4 mm, with fine ash (dust) measuring 4 < 1 mm in grain size 4 Then, after two months of nearly constant tremors, a large bulge appeared on the mountain s side On the morning of May 18, 1980, a huge earthquake a mile underground lowered the internal magma pressure within the volcano and caused the bulge to collapse, followed by a huge landslide moving nearly 250 km/h The pressurized magma below exploded with a violence calculated at over 500 times the force of the Hiroshima bomb and sent ash 19 km into the air Over 540 million tons of ash was spewed from Mount St Helens over a 35,410 km2 area, with most of it dropping on Oregon, Washington, and Idaho As much as 3 inches of ash coated the countryside
Hot Spots
Volcanoes, formed away from plate boundaries, are often a result of geological hot spots A hot spot on the earth s surface is commonly found over a chamber of high-pressure and high-temperature magma For example, the temperature of the basalt lava of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii reaches 1,160 C Volcanoes form when vents rise to the surface from a magma chamber As a plate experiences magma upwelling from deep, ocean rifts, the volcano above slowly slides past the hot spot The hot spot then begins forming a new volcano Figure 56 shows how this process works Repeated eruptions form a hot spot creating a string of closely spaced volcanoes Island chains like the Hawaiian Islands were formed over a hot spot in the mantle Currently, a new island called Loihi is being formed at the end of the Hawaiian Island chain over the hot spot Its peak is 1,000 meters below the water s surface and will break the surface in the next 10,000 to 100,000 years
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