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NAIP Technical Presentation

NAIP Technical Presentation

NAIP Technical Presentation. David Davis & Brian Vanderbilt GIS Specialists USDA Farm Service Agency Aerial Photography Field Office david.davis@slc.usda.gov brian.vanderbilt@slc.usda.gov. File Extensions & Coordinate Systems. File Extensions. File Extension Soup What’s a …

By Mercy
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Freshwater Biome

Freshwater Biome

Freshwater Biome. Daron Moon & Derrik Dennis. What is the Freshwater Biome?. The freshwater biome is a low saline aquatic biome that covers one fifth of the earths surface. Freshwater Location. Freshwater can be found all over the world. Types of Freshwater.

By ziazan
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Physical Science

Physical Science

Physical Science. Rocks and Minerals. Rocks. Igneous rocks – Formed by the cooling and crystallization of hot molten rock called magma Igneous means – formed by fire 95% of the earth crust are igneous rocks examples include basalt and granite. From yahoo images. Rocks.

By ceri
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Law of SuperPosition

Law of SuperPosition

Geologic Time. Law of SuperPosition. Super what??!?!. Superposition: Younger rock layers are on top of older rock layers. Used with the other principles of stratigraphy to study rock layers and layering.

By devorah
(625 views)

The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle. Sydney Jarrett and Samantha Ost. Photosynthesis. The process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy . Weathering. Physical and chemical process in which solid rock exposed at earths surface is changed to separate solid particles and dissolved materials .

By joanna
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The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle. Sydney Jarrett and Samantha Ost. Photosynthesis. The process by which light energy is converted to chemical energy . Weathering. Physical and chemical process in which solid rock exposed at earths surface is changed to separate solid particles and dissolved materials .

By betty_james
(246 views)

Geological Time

Geological Time

Geological Time. By: Breann Diehl. How do geologists deal with time?. Relative age - geologists can tell if something is younger or older than something else Absolute age – geologists can assign a number to the amount of time that has passed. Stratigraphy.

By katelynn
(149 views)

Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. by Noah and Kyle. Introduction. Have you ever wondered how volcanoes form ,the history ,how many there are ,what types ,where they are ,how they erupt well we did our power point on volcanoes for your answers well here they are. History.

By ezhno
(154 views)

What is Geography?

What is Geography?

What is Geography?. Geography is… …. The science or the study of earth and its life; a description of land, sea, air and the distribution of plant and animal life including people and cities. Five Themes of Geography. LOCATION : Where Is It?.

By nodin
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Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks

Igneous Rocks. Make up 95% of earths crust Most common are on the continents - Andesite and Granite Most common on the ocean floor – basalt All Igneous rocks originate as magma or molten rock from the earths interior. Igneous Rocks. Rocks start melting at 750 C

By jeb
(148 views)

Site Calibration for 3D GPS Operations

Site Calibration for 3D GPS Operations

Site Calibration for 3D GPS Operations. Presenter Name. GPS Site Calibration. Site reconnaissance Control point availability GPS base station location Performing the Calibration. Control point availability. Control points are measured to “calibrate” the site for GPS-based systems

By york
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Rocks minerals and mixtures

Rocks minerals and mixtures

Rocks minerals and mixtures. By: Christopher Arizzi Jr. and Brian Carnes. Section 1 Vocabulary. Rock: a solid mixture of crystals of 1 or more minerals. Rock cycle: process by which 1 rock type changes into another. Magma: hot liquid that forms when rock partially or completely melts.

By zora
(107 views)

Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. What is a volcano? How does a volcano look when it erupts? How do volcanoes erupt?. volcanoes. Volcanoes are all around the world. Volcanoes are full of hot magma. When a volcano erupts ash comes out and fills the air. Volcanoes are very dangerous and they can kill people. .

By rosine
(376 views)

Gravity And Space

Gravity And Space

Gravity And Space. By Stacie And Keita . Space and zero gravity. space. Zero gravity. A Quote About Gravity And Space .

By zalika
(99 views)

Igneous rocks

Igneous rocks

Miss Zavodny. Igneous rocks. Rock Cycle. How are igneous rocks formed?. 2 ways: 1] intrusive Magma cools underground 2] extrusive Magma cools on Earths surface. Texture of igneous rocks. Texture is controlled by cooling rate: Extrusive rocks- Cool quickly and are fine grained

By ayanna
(149 views)

volcanism

volcanism

volcanism. Types of volcanoes. Underwater Volcanism!. The formation of underwater volcanoes is very similar to the ones on dry land. The pressure of the magma builds up and when it finds a weak spot on the crust it rips it open and starts an eruption .

By jariah
(188 views)

What is Human Geography? Some Definitions

What is Human Geography? Some Definitions

What is Human Geography? Some Definitions. "The science concerned with the formulation of the laws governing the spatial distribution of certain features on the surface of the earth." - Fred Schaefer , 1953 .

By karan
(65 views)

Spheres

Spheres

Spheres. By: Connor Guenot. Atmosphere. The inner core is a solid section of the Earth and is unattached to the mantle, being suspended by the molten outer core The outer core is very hot The Earth is surrounded by a blanket of air, which we call the atmosphere Consists of air

By cece
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By Caleb Phillips

By Caleb Phillips

By Caleb Phillips. The spheres of the world. The Atmosphere . It includes all the air in the earth. It has four mane layers ionosphere, Mesosphere ,Troposphere ,and the stratosphere.

By cecily
(111 views)

Engineering Geology for Gas Pipelines in the Green River Area

Engineering Geology for Gas Pipelines in the Green River Area

Engineering Geology for Gas Pipelines in the Green River Area. Prepared By: John Blair Sean Donahue Celeste Hoffman Kimberly Klinkers Megan Slater. Green River Basin Location. Green River Basin Stratigraphic Correlation Chart showing Study Map Units.

By khanh
(127 views)

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