Lab 5: Earthquakes - Answers
The objectives of this lab are to learn how to locate the epicenter of an earthquake using
seismographs and to examine the relationship between plate tectonics and earthquake locations.
Introduction and Theory
Lab 7: Rocks
*Watch the videos before getting started. You must have the rock ID chart to do this lab.*
The objectives of this lab are to learn how to identify igneous rocks and be able to use the information
in the rocks to determine their orig
Lab 6: Minerals
*You must have the mineral ID chart to do this lab. Watch the videos on eCompanion.*
The objectives of this lab are to learn how to identify minerals using their physical properties and
to look at some examples of non-silicate an
Lab 4: Tracking Plate Motion
This lab must be completed and turned in by midnight on June 18th .
The objective of this lab is to examine the concept of Plate Tectonics and to use this theory to track
the motion of the Pacific Plate.
Lab 3: Earth Through Time - Answers
The purpose of this lab is to examine the concepts of relative dating and to be able to absolute
dating to find the ages of igneous rocks. Read the Power Point called Earth Through Time in
the LAB Doc Sharing
Lab 2: The Solar System - Answers
This lab must be completed and turned in to the DropBox by midnight on January 26th.
The objectives of this lab are to visualize planet size and the distances between planets and to
establish the import
Lab 1: Graphing, Data Analysis, and the Scientific Method Answers
This lab must be completed and turned in by midnight on January 19th. To get an editable version
of this lab download the document from Doc Sharing. Turn in your completed lab to t