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Volcanoes!

Volcanoes!

Volcanoes!. Volcanism - the formation of volcanoes. A. Molten rock 1. magma – molten rock below the Earth’s surface 2. Where rock will melt - rock melts in the asthenosphere - rock also melts at the plate boundaries due to friction created during plate movements

By richard_edik
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12.1 Evidence for Continental Drift

12.1 Evidence for Continental Drift

12.1 Evidence for Continental Drift. Wegener came up with the continental drift theory the idea that the continents used to be connected as one big supercontinent but slowly moved apart over time He named the original supercontinent Pangaea. Pan - gaea “all” “Earth”.

By tariq
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Understanding of the Earth ca. 1700 (the end of the ‘scientific revolution’)

Understanding of the Earth ca. 1700 (the end of the ‘scientific revolution’)

Understanding of the Earth ca. 1700 (the end of the ‘scientific revolution’). • Earth proven to be an oblate spheroid (Newton’s predictions, confirmed by French geographers). Thus, earth is a fluid at large scale

By latika
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Rocks

Rocks

Rocks. A ROCK IS A GROUP OF MINERALS BOUND TOGETHER IN SOME WAY. ROCKS ARE DIVIDED INTO THREE GROUPS BASED ON HOW THE ROCKS FORMED. IGNEOUS ROCKS. SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. METAMORPHIC ROCKS. Igneous rocks . IGNEOUS ROCKS ARE FORMED BY THE COOLING AND HARDENING OF MOLTEN ROCKS.

By kimball
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Grade 9 Geography Unit 4 – Physical Geography Jeopardy

Grade 9 Geography Unit 4 – Physical Geography Jeopardy

Grade 9 Geography Unit 4 – Physical Geography Jeopardy. The sum of 12 months of precipitation. What is Total Annual Precipitation?. The total annual temperature divided by 12. What is Average Temperature?. The colder temperature to the warmest temperature. . What is Temperature Range?.

By brygid
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Cornell Notes. Who is Alfred Wegener?. A German scientist who hypothesized the theory of continental drift. What is the Theory of Continental Drift?. A hypothesis that all the continents were once joined together in a single landmass called

By haruko
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Composition

Composition

V. o. s. Part I. l. c. e. a. o. n. Composition. Types of deposits. Types of volcanoes. Distribution. Volcano: A mound of material that is extruded to the Earth’s surface from a vent that is connected to a magma chamber via a feeder conduit.

By Antony
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THE ROCK CYCLE

THE ROCK CYCLE

THE ROCK CYCLE. VOLCANISM. I. Introduction. From: Roman god of fire, Vulcan. I. Introduction. From: Roman god of fire, Vulcan What is a volcano? A conical mountain formed around a vent where lava, pyroclastic materials, and gases are erupted. I. Introduction. B. Volcanic activity:

By daniel_millan
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VOLCANOES, and EaRtHqUaKeS!

VOLCANOES, and EaRtHqUaKeS!

VOLCANOES, and EaRtHqUaKeS!. Volcanoes.

By Leo
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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. http://www.windows.ucar.edu/tour/link=/earth/geology/rocks_intro.html. Rock Cycle. Rock : Earth material made of minerals, glass or organic matter

By ruana
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Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. A volcano is a mountian that forms when molten rock (magma) is forced to the earth’s surface. What causes volcanoes?. Tectonic Plate Boundaries!!!. ~75% world’s active volcanoes in Ring of Fire. Where do volcanoes occur?. Divergent boundaries Convergent boundaries Hot spots.

By henriette
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Relative Dating : Which Came First?

Relative Dating : Which Came First?

Relative Dating : Which Came First?. Earth Systems Chapter 12. Objectives:. Explain how relative dating is used in geology. Explain the principle of superposition. Describe how the geologic column is used in relative dating.

By muniya
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GEOLOGY OF DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT

GEOLOGY OF DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT

GEOLOGY OF DEVILS TOWER NATIONAL MONUMENT. Sedimentation. Pat Frolander John Aloisio Marlon Poole Lee McDowell. Devils Tower used to be under water in a shallow sea about 145 to 65 million years ago. This was North America during the late Cretaceous time. thelivingmoon.com.

By tress
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Stearns County

Stearns County

Stearns County. By: Grace Larson. Stearns County was founded in 1855 and was named after Charles Thomas Stearns, a local politician. .

By albany
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We Rock

We Rock

We Rock. My Sediments Exactly!. I have studied before taking this review?. Yes No What is studying? I thought this was studying. Which is not a size classification of rock?. Coarse grained Find grained In grained No grain. I find Rocks hard. True False Ha Ha , get on with this.

By minya
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EARTH'S MOON: LUNA

EARTH'S MOON: LUNA

EARTH'S MOON: LUNA. Origin of the Moon.

By moeshe
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Physical Processes

Physical Processes

Physical Processes. Presentation created by Robert Martinez Primary Content Source: McDougal Little World Geography. Our Solar System. The “home address” of the earth is the third planet in the solar system of the sun……. …which is a medium sized star on the edge of the Milky Way galaxy.

By giulio
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Geography

Geography

Geography. Landforms and Continents. Geography. A flat land with higher elevation than a plain. Plateau. A flat land with higher elevation than a plain. Australia. Part of an ocean sea, or lake that extends into land, smaller than a gulf. Bay.

By sherri
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. The theory that says the earth’s outer shell is not one solid piece, but instead is comprised of many moving plates. Continental Drift Theory. the world was once made up of a single super-continent, pangaea, that separated and drifted apart, forming the seven continents .

By saxton
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The History Of Tsunami’s, Hurricanes Tornadoes Volcanoes and Earthquakes

The History Of Tsunami’s, Hurricanes Tornadoes Volcanoes and Earthquakes

The History Of Tsunami’s, Hurricanes Tornadoes Volcanoes and Earthquakes. By: Heidi Norris. What are they?. Tsunamis: A Tsunami is the Japanese for “Harbour Wave” and is caused by an under water disturbance such as a earthquake or volcanic eruption.

By caraf
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