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“Updates of K factor, T factor, and Hydrologic Soil Groups in the Maryland Soils Database”

“Updates of K factor, T factor, and Hydrologic Soil Groups in the Maryland Soils Database”

“Updates of K factor, T factor, and Hydrologic Soil Groups in the Maryland Soils Database”. Webinar Thursday Feb. 23, 2012 1:00 -2:00 PM. Presented by James Brewer Resource Soil Scientist - Easton, MD. ANY QUESTIONS!!. Don’t hesitate to ask!. WEB INAR OBJECTIVES.

By achilles
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LUCKY STRIKE PROPERTY Pit sampling in 2011 revealed numerous subcrop rock samples anomalous in Gold

LUCKY STRIKE PROPERTY Pit sampling in 2011 revealed numerous subcrop rock samples anomalous in Gold

LUCKY STRIKE PROPERTY Pit sampling in 2011 revealed numerous subcrop rock samples anomalous in Gold. LUCKY STRIKE PROPERTY Sample 1220504 assayed 3064 parts per billion Gold (> 3 grams per tonne). LUCKY STRIKE PROPERTY Sample 1235068 assayed 1031 parts per billion Gold (> 1 grams per tonne).

By vic
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VOLCANOES

VOLCANOES

VOLCANOES. Melting the Mantle. 1. Increase Temperature 2. Decrease Pressure 3. Alter Composition (to decrease melting temperature). Where Does Melting Occur?. 1. Mid Ocean Ridges (decompression) 2. Hotspots (high temperature + decompression)

By jadon
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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. “The rocks under our feet seem permanent, but they are constantly being changed”-Dorling Kindersley. I. Rocks. A. Rock: a solid material made of one or more minerals , organic materials and/or chemical substances

By penha
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Identifying Rocks

Identifying Rocks

Identifying Rocks. Sedimentary rocks. Rocks are partly identified by origin: Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic. Sedimentary Rocks. Wow!. Seventy percent of all the rocks on earth are sedimentary rocks. How are sedimentary rocks formed?. Several Steps Erosion Deposition Compaction

By justus
(565 views)

Volcanoes

Volcanoes

Volcanoes. Earth Science Fall 2012 . Vocabulary: . aa – jagged chunks of lava formed by rapid cooling on the surface of the lava flow . Vocabulary:.

By mliss
(117 views)

Volcanoes: Nature’s Awesome Power

Volcanoes: Nature’s Awesome Power

Volcanoes: Nature’s Awesome Power. By Maryann Dobeck. Introduction. Centuries ago, native people of Hawaii witnessed volcanic eruptions. A Hawaiian myth is that a goddess of volcanoes made mountains blow their tops.

By ami
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Earth Science

Earth Science

Earth Science. Coach Williams Room 310B. Chapter 18. Volcanoes. Section 18.3: Volcanoes. Objectives: Describe the major parts of a volcano. Compare/contrast shield, cinder-cone, and composite volcanoes. Contrast the volcanism that occurs at plate boundaries.

By odina
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Celestial Objects Definitions

Celestial Objects Definitions

Celestial Objects Definitions. Asteroid. Chunks of space rock that orbit the Sun, mostly between Mars and Jupiter. Comet. A small body of ice, rock, and cosmic dust Example: Halley’s Comet There are thousands of these in the solar system. Galaxy.

By gene
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Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks

Sedimentary Rocks. Erosion Deposition Compaction Cementation. Destructive forces are constantly breaking up and wearing away all the rocks on Earth’s surface The forces include heat and cold, rain, waves, and grinding ice

By ojal
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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. Chapters 5 & 6. What are the types of rock?. Igneous rocks Form from cooling magma Recall: magma is molten material beneath Earth’s surface Sedimentary rocks Form from cementing and compacting pieces of sediment

By juro
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Ch4 Sec3

Ch4 Sec3

Ch4 Sec3. Sedimentary Rocks. Key Concepts. How do sedimentary rocks form? What are the three major types of sedimentary rocks? How are sedimentary rocks used?. Key Terms. Sediment Erosion Deposition Compaction Cementation Clastic rock Organic rock Chemical rock. Ch4 Sec3.

By lavonn
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Rocks

Rocks

Rocks. 3.1. The Rock Cycle. Igneous Rocks. Form from the solidification of melted minerals (magma or lava). Magma = melted rock underground Lava = melted rock aboveground Extrusive Igneous Rocks – Rocks formed from hardened lava.

By zora
(95 views)

Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials

Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials

Chapter 3:Earth’s structure and Materials. Chapter 3.5 and 3.6. 3.5:Sedimentary Rocks. Google images. How do sedimentary rocks form?. Sedimentary rocks form when sediment is deposited by water and wind Process: weathering, erosion, deposition, compaction and cementation.

By keitha
(116 views)

Volcanic Hazards

Volcanic Hazards

Volcanic Hazards. Limiting Danger from Hazards. Warning Know when event is happening Education Know what to do when an event happens Research Know what will happen in an event. ‘Water’ Volcanoes. Water that can be hazardous that are due to magma or Lava Geysers Hot Springs Fumaroles

By sumi
(92 views)

Soil

Soil

Soil. SOL 3.7 . Draw a picture for each word and definition. SOIL. What is soil? Why is soil important? http://www.brainpopjr.com/science/land/soil/preview.weml. Soil! A natural resource found in our own backyard!! .

By maeve
(443 views)

Monday November 29, 2010

Monday November 29, 2010

Monday November 29, 2010. (Unconformities). The Launch Pad Monday, 11/29/10. What are “inclusions”, and what do they tell us about rock layers in their area? . Inclusions are pieces of one rock unit that are contained within another.

By axelle
(211 views)

Have you ever been to the beach?

Have you ever been to the beach?

Have you ever been to the beach?. Have you felt the sand under your feet or built a sandcastle?. What did it feel like? Did you think about where it came from?. Do you think all beach sand from around the world is the same?. Here is some sand from Hawaii.

By cerise
(138 views)

Science

Science

Science. By : Brittney. L ithosphere. The lithosphere is the outer solid part of the Earth. The lithosphere includes the crust and the upper mantle. The lithosphere is the land. The lithosphere contains the continental drift.

By ianthe
(204 views)

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS

SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. A Brief Review. THERE ARE 4 BASIC COMPONENTS OF SEDIMENTARY ROCKS. sediments & sed. rocks are usually described according to 4 basic components : a. grains (larger particles) b. matrix (fines) c. pores (air, H 2 O, oil, gas)

By polly
(139 views)

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