CHAPTER 14. STRUCTURAL GEOLOGY
3. 2-D block diagram
a. Dip measurements:
1.~52 2. ~42 3. ~0 4.~55 5.~88
b., c., and d. See Figure 14.12.
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CHAPTER 3: IGNEOUS ROCKS
a. Figure 3.18 from the text has been filled out on the next page. Gabbro and basalt form at
higher temperatures than granite and andesite, respectively.
Fig 3.18 (from text) filled out with the igneous rocks that
CHAPTER 10. GLACIATION
Answers to Problems:
1. Glacier National Park, MT: Examples of selected features are listed below.
a. Cirque: All areas occupied by small glaciers; area of Goat Lake.
b. Col: Swiftcurrent Pass; Logan Pass.
c. Horn: Iceberg Peak; Ahe
CHAPTER 2: MINERAL IDENTIFICATION
2. Distinguishing similar minerals
a. Hardness: pyrite (H=6 to 6.5) scratches glass; chalcopyrite (H=3.5 to 4) does not.
b. Streak: magnetite has a black streak; hematite has a red-brown streak.
c. Cleavage: hornblende ha
CHAPTER 17. PLATE TECTONICS
1. Magnetic anomaly profiles
a and b. See Figure 17.8 below for peak identification (a) and correlation (b).
Figure 17.8: Magnetic anomaly profile for Problem 1. Peaks 1-4 and 1 4 are labeled and
connected by solid lines
CHAPTER 5. METAMORPHIC ROCKS
Answers to Problems:
6. Distinguish between similar rocks
a. Hardness, mineral cleavage, and effervescence in acid help to distinguish marble
from quartzite. Quartzite is principally quartz, so is harder than glass, does not
CHAPTER 13. GEOLOGIC AGE
Answers to Problems:
2. Determining numerical ages graphically
a and b. See table below.
CHAPTER 4. SEDIMENTARY ROCKS
6. Depositional Environments. Table 4.2, Figure 4.2, and rock descriptions (Figs. 4.9 and 4.114.21) should be helpful for this problem.
a. Continental, alluvial fan. Grain shape, size, and mineralogy suggest a not too distant
Introduction to Geophysics
b. Missouri River, Mississippi River
c. Probably manmade since many levees were built as field boundaries in the
d. They flow away from the main river because that is
CHAPTER 16. EARTHQUAKES
Answers to Problems:
1. Using seismograms
a. Locating the epicenter.
(1) Distance from epicenter of:
Station A = 380 km
Station B = 530 km
Station C = 820 km.
These values are approximate. The distances were determined by marking t
Lab 5: Rotational Momentum
PH 2121 Section C
April 20, 2016
Partner: Ningxuan Zheng
The objective of the experiment is to record the angular acceleration of the spool as an
object of specific mass affected by the gravitational acce
386. According to Piaget, assimilation involves
A) the absorption of nutrients into the body for growth and development.
B) training children to behave in a socially acceptable manner.
C) interpreting new experiences in terms of one's current understandin
364. Three-month-old Andrew was obviously startled by the first ring of the telephone, but
with each subsequent ring he seemed to become less reactive. This best illustrates the
A) vocal intonation.
B) reflexive responding.
C) biological matura
406. Children's emerging ability to tease, empathize, and persuade is a sign that they are
developing a theory of mind and that they are not completely
407. The ability of preschool children to
340. One of the three major issues in developmental psychology involves a focus on
A) stimulation and habituation.
B) conception and prenatal development.
C) embryonic and fetal development.
D) stability and change.
341. Exceptionally timid and cautious i
258. A neurocognitive disorder caused by neural plaques and marked by a progressive
decline in memory is called
A) terminal decline.
B) brain plasticity.
C) Alzheimer's disease.
259. During the last few years, 75-year-old Mrs. Yamaguchi h
299. The process of imprinting occurs during a brief developmental phase known as
A) the preoperational stage.
B) object permanence.
D) a critical period.
300. Although 3-year-old Adam happily explores the attractive toys located in the
320. Deficient social interaction and an impaired understanding of others' emotional states is
most characteristic of
A) autism spectrum disorder.
B) stranger anxiety.
C) infantile amnesia.
D) object permanence.
321. Marissa resents the burden and constra
278. Compared with teens and young adults, older adults have _ friendships and
experience _ attachment anxiety.
A) more; less
B) fewer; more
C) more; more
D) fewer; less
279. Compared with middle-aged adults, older adults experience
A) positive emotions w
238. Mrs. Wilson is 78 years old and over the past few years she has become increasingly
susceptible to bouts of pneumonia. This can most clearly be attributed to
A) slower neural processing.
B) a weakening immune system.
C) the brain's plasticity.
216. Which of the following best describes adolescent self-esteem?
A) It rises through the early teen years and falls during the late teen years.
B) It falls through the early teen years and rises during the late teen years.
C) It rises through the early
174. Adolescence extends from
A) the beginning of concrete operations to the end of formal operations.
B) 12 to 15 years of age.
C) the beginnings of sexual maturity to independent adulthood.
D) the beginning to the end of the growth spurt.
175. The devel
195. Avoiding physical punishment is to _ morality as respecting the laws of society
is to _ morality.
A) conventional; postconventional
B) preconventional; postconventional
C) conventional; preconventional
D) preconventional; conventional
196. Critics ha
132. In a pleasant but unfamiliar setting, infants with a secure maternal attachment are most
A) act as though their mothers are of little importance to them.
B) use their mothers as a base from which to explore the new surroundings.
C) cling to
152. Some individuals constantly crave acceptance in romantic relationships but remain
highly vigilant and sensitive to any signs of possible rejection. These people are said to
demonstrate an insecure
A) avoidant attachment style.
B) egocentric attachmen
112. The connectivity of brain regions that facilitates the integration of visual and emotional
information appears to be deficient among those with
A) stranger anxiety.
B) infantile amnesia.
C) autism spectrum disorder.
D) schemas for familiar faces.
92. According to Piaget, children come to understand that the volume of a substance
remains constant despite changes in its shape during the _ stage.
C) concrete operational
D) formal operational
93. Cameron counted a tot
52. In comparisons of 20 experienced crawlers and 20 novice walkers, all of whom were 12
months old, the novice walkers fell _ and they traveled _ distances
than the experienced crawlers.
A) more; shorter
B) less; shorter
C) more; longer
D) less; longer
29. One of the most consistently damaging teratogens is
30. When pregnant rats drink alcohol, their young offspring later display a(n)
A) immunity to fetal alcohol syndrome.
B) aversion to the taste of alc
72. Object permanence is the understanding that
A) developmental stages occur in a predictable sequence.
B) biological growth processes enable orderly development.
C) things continue to exist even when they are not perceived.
D) the mass and volume of obj