What probably happened to cause the tree near the middle of this picture on the rim of Bryce Canyon to look this way?A) The tree initially grew on top of another stump, which has decayed in the moist climate, leaving the B) The tree started with its roots underground, but erosion washed the dirt away from them, so now C) Jeffrey pines such as this are known as multi-leader trees, and typically grow such a complicated D) The Park Service hired an expert in topiary, the growth of interesting trees, to make sculptures such E) Nothingtree we see now perched on roots that encircled the original stump.they stick out. trunk for extra support. as this along the rim of Bryce Canyon to entertain tourists.13.In the photo above, what sort of rock is this?the material
range.off the Olympic Peninsula into the trench offshore.14.The picture above shows a view in the Earthquake Lake region just northwest of Yellowstone.The ramp or slope (often called a scarp) formed in an earthquake. What likely happened?the other.the other.
The next three (3) questions refer to the diagram above.This diagram shows a geologic cross-section of some rocks, such as you might see in a cliff. The tree is growing on top of the modern surface. Rock layers A, B, C, D, E, and F are sedimentary; E contains mud cracks and fossil footprints as shown. G is igneous rock that hardened from hot, melted rock. H, I and J are faults, and K and L are unconformities. Sedimentary rocks are right-side-up unless there is some indication given to show something else. Referring to the rocks you see here ......
- Spring '12
- Earthquakes, Quiz, Sedimentary rocks, human activities, Dr. Alley