massmovement_MW

massmovement_MW - 3. Determine the most accurate AND...

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Announcement: Field trip next week Monday! Please review and sign form. Need a ride? Tell me now! Where did we leave off?
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Mass movements – what are they? Examine the three examples.
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Art 15.00a3
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Will the brick slide or stay? What forces are involved?
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Will the brick slide or stay? What forces are involved? Gravity! Shear component of gravity Friction!
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Our goals today: 1. Model a system of loose sediment slopes and determine the steepest angle of stable slopes. 2. Describe methods of how to measure the steepest angle.
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Unformatted text preview: 3. Determine the most accurate AND precise method for modeling the system and measuring angles, and explain why. 4. Make appropriate observations. 5. Describe the observed relationship between sediment grain size and angle of repose. 6. Describe the observed relationships between water content and angle of repose. Art 15.07b1 Art 15.07b2 Art 15.07b3 Art 15.07b4 Art 15.11a4 Art 15.12b4 Art 15.12c1 Art 15.12c2 Art 15.12c3 Art 15.12c4...
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2011 for the course GEO 101 taught by Professor Andreabair during the Fall '11 term at Central Mich..

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massmovement_MW - 3. Determine the most accurate AND...

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