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Boise State University Spring 2012 3 GEOS 100 – Fundamentals of Geology Final Presentation Information Rocks are the record of events that took place at the time they formed. They are books. They have a different vocabulary, a different alphabet, but you learn how to read them. – John McPhee, In Suspect Terrain Geologists have a saying: Rocks remember. –Neil Armstrong For the final presentation in GEOS 100, your assignment is to investigate one of the major geological provinces in Idaho and to report your findings to your fellow students. Your lab section will be divided into groups of 2–3 students and these groups are responsible for creating a 10-minute video presentation that you will present to your fellow students during lab the week of 30 April – 4 May. Each group will be assigned one of the topics from the following list: A) Idaho Batholith E) Challis Volcanics B) Belt Series F) Paleozoic/Mesozoic Marine Sediments C) Columbia River Basalts G) Owyhee Volcanics D) Seven Devils Volcanics
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course GEOS 100 taught by Professor Sammatson during the Spring '12 term at Boise State.

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