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Representations of the Italian South

Representations of the Italian South

Representations of the Italian South. “ An explorer who told lies would bring disaster on the books of the geographer… one requires the explorer to furnish proofs.” St Exupery, The Little Prince. Research. Research questions : How is the South of Italy represented? How can we explain this?

By Faraday
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An Introduction to Geology

An Introduction to Geology

An Introduction to Geology. Minerals are natural compounds formed through geologic processes. They are inorganic substances they do not contain carbon) and have a crystalline structure. The study of minerals is called mineralogy. Minerals. Crystal Structures.

By wanda
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Collecting Field Data for a Bedrock Geologic Map

Collecting Field Data for a Bedrock Geologic Map

Collecting Field Data for a Bedrock Geologic Map. GEOL 3000. Preparation. Establish Objectives Why are you mapping?

By jael
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A Layered Earth

A Layered Earth

A Layered Earth. A Layered Earth Chemical Properties. Crust (oceanic crust versus continental crust) Mantle Core. A Layered Earth Chemical Properties. Oceanic Crust Thin Basalt Dark-colored (MAFIC) Composed of: oxygen, silicon, magnesium, iron. A Layered Earth

By keren
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Metamorphic Rocks

Metamorphic Rocks

Metamorphic Rocks. What is a metamorphic rock? Rocks, either igneous, sedimentary, and/or metamorphic, that have been changed in size, shape, texture, and even mineralogy by the application of heat, pressure, and chemically active fluids . Metamorphic Rocks. Metamorphic Rocks.

By kairos
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Earth’s Layers & Rocks

Earth’s Layers & Rocks

Earth’s Layers & Rocks. By: Brianna Shields October 7, 2005. DO NOW. 1. The variables in an experiment that are kept the same between each part of the experiment are called….? 2. The variable that is measured as a result of an experiment is called…?

By jory
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Rock Cycle/Rock Types Foldable

Rock Cycle/Rock Types Foldable

Rock Cycle/Rock Types Foldable. Setting up your foldable. First fold your paper in half (hamburger, not hot dog). Hold your paper so that it opens like a book. Now, using a ruler, draw 3 horizontal lines at the following distances from the top: 6 cm 14 cm 22 cm. Setting up your foldable.

By berne
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Coring Recovering rock samples for:

Coring Recovering rock samples for:

Coring Recovering rock samples for:. Delineate rock strata types and composition Clays Cementation Grain relationships Mineralogy Identify sedimentary structures and texture Identify deposition environments to aid mapping, and predict reservoir geometry and likely areal extent

By cassara
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Geological and Petrophysical Analysis Of Reservoir Cores Upper Spraberry Formation Claudio J. Saleta New Mexico Petroleu

Geological and Petrophysical Analysis Of Reservoir Cores Upper Spraberry Formation Claudio J. Saleta New Mexico Petroleu

Geological and Petrophysical Analysis Of Reservoir Cores Upper Spraberry Formation Claudio J. Saleta New Mexico Petroleum Recovery Research Center New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology. Outline 1. Introduction 2. Petrography and Diagenesis 3. Petrophysics: Rock-Fluid Model

By redford
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Who we are

Who we are

Who we are. Geologic materials. Rocks (including high and low porosity & crystalline), unlithified or poorly lithified sediments, and soils. Form when the rock forms, thus provide a record of geologic processes May be present in sedimentary, volcanic, and intrusive rocks

By tori
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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. Ch 4 S 1. Introduction. Rock: solid mixture of 1+ minerals and organic mater that occurs naturally Rocks are always changing Rock Cycle: process in which a new rock forms from older rock material. The Value of Rock. Used as Tools Weapons Building Material.

By shay
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Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift

Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift

Plate Tectonics and Continental Drift. Plate Tectonics. The surface of the Earth is composed of about a dozen major rigid, moving crustal plates and several smaller plates Plates a. Slabs of Earth’s lithosphere (crust and upper mantle) b. Average thickness is 100 km (62 miles)

By orpah
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Chapter 17. Continental Drift. _________ proposed the theory that the crustal plates are moving over the mantle. This was supported by fossil and rock type evidence; also matching of coastline shapes. Wegener. Convection Currents.

By sharla
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Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics

Plate Tectonics. Chapter 17. Continental Drift. _________ proposed the theory that the crustal plates are moving over the mantle. This was supported by fossil and rock type evidence; also matching of coastline shapes. Wegener. Convection Currents.

By jiro
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Minerals & Rocks

Minerals & Rocks

Minerals & Rocks. Honors Notes. A Mineral is a naturally occurring Inorganic Solid with a definite chemical composition and a crystalline structure . . Lets put that in a list format:. 1. Minerals are a naturally occurring substance. 2. Minerals are solids.

By zwi
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ROCKIN’ AROUND BIG BEND!

ROCKIN’ AROUND BIG BEND!

ROCKIN’ AROUND BIG BEND!. Sample library from several of Big Bend’s important rock formations. Click to learn more about a formation!. AGUJA FORMATION - FOSSILIFEROUS LIMESTONE. MARAVILLAS FORMATION - LIMESTONE AND CHERT. HAYMOND FORMATION - SHALE & SANDSTONE. CAMEL’S HUMP FORMATION -

By pakuna
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The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle. How it all comes together!. III. The Rock Cycle. Is a model used to show how the three rock types - ______, __________, and __________ - are related to each other. It also shows the process in which each of the rock types are produced. Igneous. Sedimentary. Metamorphic.

By marina
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Key Topic

Key Topic

Key Topic. Rock Cycle. Is about…. Rocks are constantly changing between 3 types of rocks. 6) Erosion 5) Weathering. Main Rock: 10) Sedimentary Rock. 7) Sediments. Main Rock: 4) Igneous Rock. Processes:. 9) Cementation 8) Compaction. Processes:. 3) Solidification 2) Cooling.

By calix
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Weathering, Erosion, Soils, and Mass Wasting

Weathering, Erosion, Soils, and Mass Wasting

Weathering, Erosion, Soils, and Mass Wasting. Weathering – the physical breakdown ( disintegration ) and chemical alteration ( decomposition ) of rock at or near Earth’s surface Mass wasting – the transfer of rock and soil downslope under the influence of gravity

By carl
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Weathering, Erosion, and Soils

Weathering, Erosion, and Soils

Weathering, Erosion, and Soils. Mandy Meeks, Baldwin Arts and Academics Magnet, Earth Science . Weathering . What is weathering? . Weathering refers to surface processes that break down rock. Weathering breaks rock into small loose pieces called sediment. Examples: sand, silt, and clay

By aimon
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