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Unformatted text preview: Exam 3 Review: Surface Processes Wind Major Earth systems involved Viscosity of transporting medium Size of largest particle transported Sorting of deposits Erosional feature 1­atmosphere Geosphere Exosphere Very low Low Very high Small Medium Large Extremely large Poor Moderate Good Excellent Cut bank Desert pavement Horn Wave­cut Dune notch Moraine Point bar Spit Rivers 2­hydro Geosphere Atmosphere Exosphere Very low Low Very high Small Medium Large Extremely large Poor Moderate Good Excellent Cut bank Desert pavement U­shaped valley Wave­cut Alluvial fan platform Barrier island Loess Moraine A: 1=atmosphere, 2­ 5=biosphere B: 1=atmosphere, 2­ 5=hydrosphere Tides | waves Glaciers C: hydrosphere for all 3 | 4­hydro 5­hydro Exo­ | Atmo­ Geosphere Geo­ | Geo­ Atmosphere | Exo­ Exosphere Very low Low Very high Small Medium Large Extremely large Poor Moderate Good Excellent Arete Cut bank Desert pavement Wave­cut notch Beach Delta Dune Moraine Very low Low Very high Small Medium Large Extremely large Poor Moderate Good Excellent Cut bank Desert pavement Grooves & striations Wave­cut Baymouth bar platform Levee Loess Moraine Depositional feature m3: 1 Source for hydrocarbon s Best aquifer / reservoir for HC’s Best aquiclude / seal for HC’s Rocks assoc­iated w/ coal Parent rock for soils Parent rock for caves & karst Magmatic/hydr o­thermal ores Banded­iron formations Exam 3 Review: Resources Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Black shale Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign sandstone Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign crystall crystall shale Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Limestone ecvaporites Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Igneous Metamorphic Sedimentary Sed & Meta Sed & Ign Rivers Rivers Waves/tides Waves/tides Glaciers Glaciers All All All All All All All All m3: 2 Soils / secondary Wind enrichment ores / caves / karst Not involved Wind with placer Groundwater Groundwater Exam 3 Review: Global Change m3: 3 Exam 3 Review: Global Change Put the following global­change biotic events in the correct order from oldest to youngest R=age of dinosaurs / reptiles S=age of invertebrates T=age of mammals U=evolution of photosynthetic organisms V=global warming attributed to burning of fossil fuels W=mass extinction of Cretaceous (Mesozoic / Cenozoic boundary) X=mass extinction at Permian (Paleozoic) / Triassic (Mesozoic) boundary Y=migration of native peoples from Asia to North America during low glacial sea levels oldest ­­­­­­­­­­­­> youngest m3: 4 A. B. C. D. U, S, X, R, T, W, V, Y U, S, X, R, W, T, V, Y U, S, X, R, W, T, Y, V U, X, S, R, W, T, Y, V Exam 3 Review: Natural Hazards Most common & deadliest volcanic eruptions Most violent but uncommon volcanic eruptions Common, non­lethal volcanic eruptions capable of producing property damage Common & deadliest quakes Associated with shortest and shallowest faults Very infrequent but commonly very damaging earthquakes Most likely site of mass movements (high relief) Least likely site of mass movements (low relief) Most likely to generate large tsunamis Least likely to generate tsunamis Conservative Convergent Divergent stratovolcano Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent No vertical movement Conservative Convergent Divergent Conservative Convergent Divergent No offset or seaflor Oceanic hotspot Plate interiors Oceanic Contin. hotspot hotspot Oceanic Contin. hotspot hotspot Oceanic Contin. hotspot hotspot m3: 5 Exam 3 Review: Wordle Cloud The larger the word, the more commonly it appears in the text of the exam; common English words omitted. m3: 6 Planet Earth: Final Reminders Mo 12/13, 11:59 pm: Deadline for completion of course evaluation (“All Surveys” section of “My Workspace” page of Sakai site after log­in) Tu 12/14, 3:00 pm: Deadline for completion of online quiz # 3 (2nd­ chance extra credit). Students may work on quiz over several days, as long as they save their work. Do NOT hit “submit” button until completion of quiz. However, you MUST hit “Submit” for quiz to be scored and added to gradebook. Late submissions will not be accepted. ANSWERS TO BE POSTED TO SAKAI SITE 30 MINUTES SUBMISSION DEADLINE; extra­credit scores for Part 3 to follow. Mo 12/20: Exam 3, 12:00­1:30 pm • Lectures 15­22; ~50 questions (multiple­choice & true­false) • Bring #2 pencil, eraser, photo ID, one sheet of notes (8.5”x11”, double­sided) • Assigned seating; doors open at 11:50 am • Students who miss the exam due to illness or other documentable emergencies will receive a temporary grade, and will need to make m3: 7 ...
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