1. Explain how an accretionary wedge forms.
1. What is a hot spot? Explain how this forms a volcanic island chain such as that of the Hawaiian Islands.
1. How are faults, hypocenters, and epicenters related? Faults that are experiencing no active creep (relatively consistent yet minor movements) may be considered “safe”. Rebut or defend this statement with what you have learned so far about faults. Your response should be at least 200 words in length
DQ EARTH SCIENCE- 200 WORDS UNIT III
Please respond to one of the two discussion prompts below: Have you, or someone you know, personally experienced an earthquake? Describe the moment just before the earthquake. What was the earthquake itself like? How was your life and the local population affected? Or: Imagine that your city was hit by a major earthquake. What kind of damage would you see? For example, are there dams upstream of your city that might burst and release floodwaters? Are there any major pipelines that would be vulnerable, leading to fires? Are you near a coast? Is there a threat of tsunamis? Do you think your city’s building codes are enough to withstand a major earthquake?
HUMAN RESOUCE UNIT III- 200 WORDS
Organizations are competing more than ever for top talent, and oftentimes they’re finding that in order to attract and retain this talent offering a work-life balance is pivotal in its staffing strategy. With baby boomers retiring in record numbers, parents taking care of their parents as well as their own children, single-parent families, dual career families, among others, what work options can organizations offer to employees to help strike the balance between meeting business needs and providing a positive a work-life balance for employees?