understanding geologic structures and what processes form them.
Structural geology- defined as branch of geology where shapes,
arrangement and interrelationships of bedrock units and forces cause
WHAT CAUSES ROCKS TO BEND AND BREAK?
(Quiz 1 covers chapter 1, 2), (Quiz 2 is chapter 4,) (Quiz 6 is chap 19), (Quiz 10 is chapter 20) (+ the
associated lecture material, of course) and the Canadian environmental geology lecture (the last lecture).
Why do plates diverge and sink?
Chapter 1: Introduction to Physical Geology and the Environment
What is Geology?
Geology: derived from the Greek word geo and logos and means the study of the Earth
Geology came into being in the late 18th century
o Industrial revolution in northern Europ
EESA06 Final Exam Study Guide (With Pictures!)
At MOR, there are only shallow earthquakes, at trenches, there are deep earthquakes.
Measuring the accumulation of the oceans salt content over time.
Measuring the tim
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FALL 2012 FINAL EXAM
Date: Wednesday December 12, 2012
Start Time: 7:00 pm
Instructor: Carl Mitchell
Last Name: _ FirstName:_
The University of Torontos Code of Behaviour on Academic Matters applies
to all Univ
Francis Bacon: fit of the continents across the Atlantic in 1620.
Antonio Snider-Pellegrini: geographer created 2 maps to show how the American and
African continents fit.
Elie de Beaumont: contracting Earth; cooling down and shrinking.
Ott Hilgenberg: ex
Please match the following SCIENTISTS with some of
their MAJOR CONTRIBUTIONS to the science of
geology. You may use each SCIENTIST as many or as
few times as you wish.
_ created the first
Chapter 4- The Earths Interior:
The only rocks that geoscientists can study directly in place are those of the Earths crust
- Crust is but a thin skin of rock, making up less than 1% of Earths total volume.
Mantle rocks brought to the Earths s
Chapter 1- introduction to physical geology and the environment
What is geology?
The study of the earth
First geological map created by ancient Egyptians 3000 years ago
Scientific discipline of geology came into the late 18th century because the industria
Chapter 3- Earthquakes:
On February 5th, 1663, a violet earthquake struck the Charlevoix-Kamouraska area of Quebec
- So strong and felt over entire eastern part of North America
- No loss of life reported
- So violent, and terrifying
- This area of Quebec
EESA06: LEC 1
January 10, 2017
Supercity: population greater than 20 million
Located in active locations
Age of construction
Earth increasingly urban
Road salt contaminating ground water