Olympic Peninsula - Geosc 10 Tuesday, January 26st, 1999...

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Geosc 10 Tuesday, January 26st, 1999 Announcements: Writing assignment due Thursday with new guidelines to follow: Include: 1. The scientific question addressed (what they are doing and why they are doing it?) 2. Technique (s) used 3. Major findings 4. Significance of findings (why is this important?) Grading: 4 pt. scale on each category 1. Title 2. Topic sentences 3. Support 4. Grammar and punctuation 5. Word usage 6. Understanding Title: ex. Yellowstone (which park) CO 2 flux from Old Faithrul (synopsis) Smith, Evans, Dawson (authors) should be concise and to the point; very factual about 1 page long * First "unannounced" quiz on Thursday; involves some math, nothing very hard Lecture notes: earthquakes --- need rock (brittle, cold, hard rock) lithosphere - hard, brittle so it can break and cause earthquakes asthenosphere - soft, slowly mobile; no earthquakes; can provide lava for volcanoes
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This note was uploaded on 02/21/2008 for the course GEOSC 10 taught by Professor Furman during the Spring '99 term at Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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