guide to Lab Exam One (2)

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This is not necessarily a completely comprehensive guide to Lab Exam one, (in fact it is a very unofficial guide) it should help you prepare better for the exams!!! Maps (1): - Latitudes and longitudes of the globe - Latitudes go N or S from zero degrees at the equator to 90 o at the poles - longitudes go E or W from zero degrees to I80 o - reading a topographic map - US public land survey system - What are townships and ranges? (36 sections in a township) - How do you name a location on a map using sections and township and ranges? ( Remember you start from smallest fraction) - Determining distances using Map scales - Contour lines - How to determine contour intervals - How to read contours lines going uphill or down hill - locating the direction of the North on a map Rock forming minerals - Moh’s hardness of minerals (know the hardness scale MEMORIZE IT !!!!) “Tiny Green Cement Frogs Are Often Quick To Catch Dragonflies” - How to determine the hardness of a mineral (using the kit in lab) -
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GEOL 1014 taught by Professor Aufill during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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