Historical Make-up Lab

Historical Make-up Lab - NAME _ HISTORICAL GEOLOGY MAKEUP...

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NAME _________________________________________ HISTORICAL GEOLOGY MAKEUP LAB For this lab, you can utilize resources other than your lab manual. You may wish to check out books from the library that will help you identify some of these features. Geology instructors will give you only minimal assistance on this lab. A. What phyla and classes of seashells are present in the display cabinet in Room 122 of the Science Building? B. What phyla and classes of living organisms are present in the aquarium in Room 122 of the Science Building?
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C. Observe the steps on the east side of the entrance of the Math Building. To what rock group (igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary) does this type of rock belong? What specific type of rock was used to build these steps? Describe the possible ways by which this rock was formed. D. Observe the memorial to TSU veterans of World War II situated south of the Education Building. To what rock group (igneous, metamorphic, sedimentary) does this type of rock belong? What specific type of rock was
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