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Commerciële Pop 70s

Commerciële Pop 70s

Pop werd weer big business, vgl. begin 60: Brill Building tijd (les 2) Commerciële Pop 70s Terug naar Teenybob Een band als Abba verkocht in de 70s meer dan welke band dan ook in de 60s gladde popsongs 74 Rubettes Zweden Duitsland Frank Farian 75 77 Boney M 88 Abba

By johana
(378 views)

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
(279 views)

Intro to Action Script 12

Intro to Action Script 12

"The games of a people reveal a great deal about them.“ Marshall McLuhan. Intro to Action Script 12. The player controls an object or a character that moves left-right Other objects move up from the bottom of the stage The player must avoid upcoming objects 4 frames: 1 “start”

By sherlock_clovis
(268 views)

Fluvial landforms (1)

Fluvial landforms (1)

Fluvial landforms (1). Landforms of erosion: V-shaped valley and interlocking spurs Rapids and waterfalls Potholes Landform of deposition: Braided channels. Upper course. Vertical erosion is the dominant process River channel narrow and shallow, often lined with large angular boulders

By jana
(312 views)

Chapter 4 Section 3

Chapter 4 Section 3

Chapter 4 Section 3 . Theory of Plate Tectonics. Language of the discipline. lithospheric plate : a large brittle piece of Earth’s outer shell plate tectonics : theory that explains how lithospheric plate move and cause major geologic features and events on Earth’s surface

By bernad
(277 views)

Rock Music Research Redha Al- Mutawa Mrs. Timm 12- A March 10, 2013

Rock Music Research Redha Al- Mutawa Mrs. Timm 12- A March 10, 2013

Rock Music Research Redha Al- Mutawa Mrs. Timm 12- A March 10, 2013. Introduction. What is rock ? Famous rock stars. Where did Rock & Roll begin?. Origin of Rock and Roll. Background. Rhythm and Blues Development of Rock & Roll Early Performers. The Beginnings. The beginning of rock

By Lucy
(392 views)

Rocks: Mineral Mixtures

Rocks: Mineral Mixtures

Rocks: Mineral Mixtures. The Big Idea: Rock changes through the rock cycle and is classified by how it formed, by its composition, and by its texture. SPI’ 0707.7.2: Label a diagram that depicts the three different rock types 0707.7.3: Identify the major processes that drive the rock cycle.

By libitha
(317 views)

Weathering and Erosion

Weathering and Erosion

Weathering and Erosion. What is weathering?. Weathering is process of breaking down and changing of rock at or near Earth’s surface. The two types of weathering are mechanical and chemical weathering. What is mechanical weathering?.

By lotus
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Do You Remebmer? Sedimentary Rocks

Do You Remebmer? Sedimentary Rocks

Do You Remebmer? Sedimentary Rocks. Chapter 6. What Are Sediments?. ______________________ In order of decreasing size. Sources of Sediments. 1. From ________ & ________ 2. From ______ precipitation. What Happens to Sediments. 1. ____________ by: Water. Ice. Wind. Gravity.

By arleen
(594 views)

STRESS and STRAIN ASPECTS OF ROCK

STRESS and STRAIN ASPECTS OF ROCK

Part 2. STRESS and STRAIN ASPECTS OF ROCK. Unlike soils, pure rock (solid material between joints) is an elasto-plastic material , subject to elastic recovery AND permanent deformation, as shown in this Stress vs strain plot.

By Samuel
(703 views)

Chapter 5 Rocks

Chapter 5 Rocks

Chapter 5 Rocks. Explain the formation of igneous, sedimentary and metamorphic rock Name and give examples of three different rock types. Explain the rock cycle Discuss human interaction with the rock cycle using a case study Know how this topic appears on the exam paper.

By pavel
(319 views)

Gradual, Incremental Hillslope Transport: Creep

Gradual, Incremental Hillslope Transport: Creep

Gradual, Incremental Hillslope Transport: Creep. Not Creep. Schedule. Conversion of Rock to Regolith on Hillslopes Soil Transport by Creep on Hillslopes. Two Fundamental Distinctions Between Hillslopes. Transport Limited Hillslopes Weathering Limited Hillslopes

By greta
(249 views)

Estonian Rockmusic

Estonian Rockmusic

Estonian Rockmusic. In the beginning.

By amorina
(213 views)

4-1 The Rock Cycle

4-1 The Rock Cycle

4-1 The Rock Cycle. Every trip is unique. Processes that shape the Earth:. 1--weathering (from water, wind, ice, and heat)— breaking down and wearing away of rocks into sediments 2--erosion (water, wind, ice, gravity)—sediments are moved

By more
(194 views)

Predicting the Rock Cycle

Predicting the Rock Cycle

Predicting the Rock Cycle. Beginning With Metamorphic Rock. Metamorphic Rock (formed under great heat & pressure). Above the Ground. Below the Ground. May be melted to reform magma. Rock may weather & erode; sediments form. The magma may cool. Sediments fall into layers. Igneous Rock.

By teneil
(128 views)

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. Objectives: Define Geology Describe the three main groups of rocks Explain the rock cycle. Geology. Root words: “Geo” means Earth “logos” means study of. Geology then literally means “Study of Earth”.

By tyrell
(409 views)

Geological Changes

Geological Changes

Geological Changes. Yellow is the magic color. 8 th Grade Science Riverwood Middle Clayton, NC. 8.E.2 Understand the history of Earth and its life forms based on evidence of change recorded in fossil records and landforms.

By coral
(338 views)

Pangaea

Pangaea

Pangaea.

By blue
(176 views)

DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. Pick up test study guide . Turn in Vocabulary if you have not. Get out four sheets of notes for unit 7 . Article Summary #7 due Friday. Missing Article Summary #6 and the day you said you would turn it in February 7 : Tyson, Edgar, Priscilla

By synnove
(147 views)

Weathering and the formation of Sedimentary Rocks

Weathering and the formation of Sedimentary Rocks

Weathering and the formation of Sedimentary Rocks. WJEC AS Geology. I.G.Kenyon. Why do rocks and minerals weather?. Because they are out of equilibrium with the conditions under which they formed

By suchi
(540 views)

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