Lab Streams - BRANDON SMITH 1403 Online Lab Streams and...

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BRANDON SMITH 1403 Online Lab Streams and Humid-Climate Landscapes Ch-8: P. 146-154 PLEASE CHOOSE A FONT COLOR OTHER THAN BLACK FOR YOUR ANSWERS Read pages 146-154 in your lab manual very carefully. Answer the following problems: 1. Figures 8.10, 8.11, and 8.12 illustrate segments of three major U.S. rivers that show different characteristics. a. Examine the maps and complete the Table below. Note that the maps are at different scales. The purpose of this problem is to recognize common stream features on a map and to learn which stream features are typically associated with one another. When calculating gradients for the Table, measure the distances along the streams actual course as demonstrated in Figure 8.4. b. Levees are often too low to show up on contour maps. On which river(s) would you expect to find natural levees? Missouri and Mississippi Rivers c. Levees are marked on the Mississippi River map. Do you think these are natural or made by people? What is your evidence? (See Figure 6.10 for topographic map symbols). They are made by people because levees have been built as field
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This note was uploaded on 03/02/2009 for the course GEOL 1403 taught by Professor Wilson during the Spring '09 term at Texas A&M.

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