Earth Science Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: magnitude: is the size or intensity of some measurable quantity, tension: forces that act to pull an object apart, p wave: it is the fastest and first waves to reach a seismic station from an earthquake, tsunami: is a far-reaching, devastating water wave caused by seismic activity, epicenter: is the location on the earth's surface that is directly above the focus, intensity: is the measure of concentration of energy or affects of energy released; measure of damage, strain: change in shape of solid due to stresses exerted on material, earthquake: is a measurable movement of the earth's crust; release of energy from stress along faults, strike: it is the compass direction of horizontal plane of surface of fault force of rock stratum, stress: any force exerted on an object, buoyant: upward force by a fluid on a less dense object in denser material, normal: _ fault is a type of dip-slip fault in which the upper body of rocks drops relative to the lower body of rock, focus: is the point of the earthquake's origin deep within the earth, s waves: it is the second earthquake wave that reaches a seismic station from an earthquake, richter: _ scale that rates magnitude of intensity of earthquakes, shear: forces acting in opposite directions on different parts of the same object; slips in layers, reverse: _ fault is a type of dip-slip fault where the upper block slides upward in relation to the lower block.