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This Image above shows how temperature increases with height. The ground looks to be of a warm to average temperature. The higher up you go on the mountain the more it appears to be colder. This is apparent because of the snow patches on the top. The higher up on the mountain you look the more snow that covers the surface. This image shows a mountain range. The top of the mountain range is much colder than the base. In the picture you can see the people walking around with shorts and short sleeve shirts. The way there are dressed would mean it is warm on the base of the mountain and the snow on top of the mountain shows it is cold.
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This image illustrates mountains. The mountains seem to be very thick. That means the roots of the mountains are thick. The taller and thicker the mountains are the thicker the roots. When the continental crust is compressed the mountain roots shorten and/or thicken. This image depicts a mountain.
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GEO 102 taught by Professor Peterson during the Spring '08 term at Illinois State.

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