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them. Click on the following two links (they will each open in a separate, resizable pop-up window) to open each of the two separate papers. Which one is refereed?Paper #1 Paper #2 A) Paper #1, "North American continental margin records of the Paleocene-Eocene thermal maximum"B) Paper #2, "When Methane Made Climate"
Feedback: You could follow our description—Paper 1 has an abstract, an introduction and a boring title, and paper 2 doesn’t. Or, you could note that paper 2 is from Scientific American, and we told you explicitlyin the instructions that Scientific American is not refereed.Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s):A1. Dave Janesko is explaining the great Sevier Fault to Dr. Alley and the CAUSE class. Dave has just informed everyone that the black rocks, which formed by cooling of a very hot lava flow, are much younger than the red rocks, which formed from sediments deposited in a lake. He has examined the red rocks and found that they have not been "cooked" by heat from the black rocks, so the red and black rocks must have been placed together after the black rocks cooled. And, he has examined the contact between red and black rocks and found that it is a fault that has been scratched by the motion of the rocks along the fault. It is likely that:
Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 Correct Answer(s):B2. The processes that made Death Valley continue to operate today. For this question, ignore the sand and gravel moved by water and wind, and think about the big motions of the rocks beneath. Choose the best answer: what are they doing to the valley?Points Earned: 1.0/1.0 3.