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Field Geology I 5-6 February 2011
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Quick quiz (Compton chapters 7 and 10) Feedback on Dreamy Draw mapping Dreamy Draw rock description assignment •Overview of this weekend’s field trip Logistics Quaternary geology; mapping on aerial photo Discussion of stream terraces Brunton obstacle course Reading for next class: Constructing geologic cross sections packet on Blackboard under course content
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11-Feb-11 3 Dreamy Draw
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11-Feb-11 Dreamy Draw short report Write paragraph-long descriptions of the three main units mapped at Dreamy Draw (Quartzite, Blue Phyllite, Greenstone) Follow the template of Davis & Reynolds (1996) but write in complete sentences Submit as MS Word (.doc, .docx, or .rtf) by email to [email protected] before the start of the next lesson Name your report using the following format: (Lastname)_Ddreport.doc 4
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11-Feb-11 Mapping and image interpretation Shape: general form, configuration, outline of individual objects. Size: consider in context of image scale Pattern: spatial arrangement of objects (e.g., orchard) Tone: relative brightness or color of objects on an image Texture:
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