The result is commonly known as an earthquake.
A sudden shift of the earth's crust along a fault could result in an earthquake.
The sudden movement could result in an earthquake.
eart crust is shift in an earthquake
It's a fault.fault line
Erosion happens in the earths crust and it happens because of that layer is exposed to that weather
the earths crust consists of large amt of igneous rocks ,along with smaller amt of sedimentary and metamorphie rocks.
The existing layer will aventually sink and when a volcano or something erupts, it becomes solid and replaces the old crust.
you get hotter and hotter
A sudden movement of the Earth's crust is called an earthquake.
along tectonic plate boundaries
A volcano is a vent (opening) in the earths crust through which molten materials erupts suddenly.
The crust will start to freeze and causes the earth to rotate really fast
along tectonic plate boundaries.
They are called Plates
Movement of Earth's crust along plat boundaries produces either an earth quake, a tsnami, or either the building of a mountain. It all depends how bad the movement along the crust is.
When earths crust,or plates scrape past each other it causes a earthquake C:
The earths crust is 7km thick
Folding, Subduction, Upliftment and Displacement of regions of the earths crust.
The earths crust is a part of the outermost layer.
The term is 'earthquake'.
It is a fault.
Silicon is a mixture of the minerals of the earths crust. so.... silicon isn't something from the earths crust. -thanks for your question.