actually the correct answer is S waves. trust me if you put seismic waves it will be wrong
S waves or Seismic waves.
s waves and p waves
The San Andreas fault line is a crack where two tectonic plates, (or areas of earth that move around), are sliding past each other, and that is called a transform boundary. When parts of rock get stuck, and lets say 10 years pass and something cracks under pressure, all of the stress that was building up in those 10 years will be released all at one time, and it will move to the spot it would be very quickly, and the waves will go out from the focus,( or area where the earthquake was caused,) and those are called seismic waves. Seismic waves are waves that are from the focus, and they are like when you throw a rock into a pond, and the waves go out, rippling across the pond. Those waves are what we feel when they get to us. and there are 3 types of seismic waves. 1. P waves.- the fastest waves, and they do not go on the surface, but they do jolt the ground in an accordion fashion. 2. S waves.- the second fastest waves, and they do not go on the surface, but they do jolt the ground in a side to side fashion. 3. Surface waves.- the slowest waves, and they do go on the surface which makes them the most destructive and violent, and they go in a rolling fashion.
I think it's because where they live the surface is rocky and when they migrate they jump from rock to rock.
The rock that forms is called a fossil.
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S waves shear rock back and forth as they travel through it.
P waves: move rock back and forth between a squeezed position, stretched position as they travel through it, travel through solids liquids and gases, fastest seismic waves, always travel ahead of other seismic waves, first seismic waves to be detected S waves: shear rock back and forth as they travel through it, can be deformed from side to side, when rock springs back from being deformed Swaves are created, second fastest seismic waves, shearing stretches parts of rock sideways from other parts Hope this hellped:-)
when rock is -----, energy builds up in it. Seismic waves occur as thisenergy is--. the answer is plastically deformed increased
Seismic waves are the waves of energy caused by the sudden breaking of rock within the earth or an explotion.
Rock, fluids, and metals in the Earth.
These are known as seismic waves.
Rock under stress breaks at the focus, releasing energy and vibrations called seismic waves, which travel away from the focus, through Earth's interior, and across the surface. The three types of seismic waves are: Primary waves: The first to arrive at seismographs Secondary waves: The second to arrive at seismographs Surface waves: The last and most severe to arrive at seismographs
p waves because they move rock back and forth which squeezes and strecthes the rock as they travel through the rock. s waves shear rock side to side as they travel through the rock
Seismic waves travels faster through solid rock than water because their speed depends on the density and composition of material that they pass through.Solid rock is denser than water, hence the energy from seismic waves transfer faster through solid rock than in water.
Seismic waves are released when rock moves along a fault. These waves are the ones that cause earthquakes.