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EQ1: Why are some locations more at risk from tectonic hazards? Categorise

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Organise the items below into their correct category.

Destructive
Constructive
Transform (conservative)

Powerful earthquakes as the crust sticks and pressure builds
Land is destroyed
Most earthquakes are fairly gentle
Two plates move apart
New land is created
Earthquakes, no volcanoes
The denser oceanic plate is subducted and melts
Runny lava means that volcanoes are effusive rather than explosive
Rift valleys on land
Magma wells up to fill the gap – pillow lava under the ocean
Plates move in opposite directions, or at different speeds
The Pacific Ring of Fire, for example
Two plates collide
Explosive volcanoes with sticky lava
Fault lines – such as the San Andreas Fault

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