Deriving and interpreting morphological information from maps
GEOG 2014 Lab 1
September 11/12, 2013 - A410 Loeb
Due at the beginning of your lab period in two weeks (Sept. 25/26).
NB: For this first lab only. If you would like to voluntarily hand in your
A) Canoe trip (Ottawa NTS Map 31 G/5):
You and friend decide that you want to go canoeing on the Rideau River to Quebec one afternoon. You
explore the route using a map before launching off int
4 exams and a cumulative final, half new, half from before
Do readings before because he uses jargon you wont understand
Exams based on lectures not textbook so must take notes
What are earth systems?
Earthquakes size of box; bigger the bigg
GEOG 2014 Slope Stability Lab
Name : Qingqing feng
Lab section: Wed PM
Figure1: The accumulation zone and depletion zone of Churn creek
Figure2: The accumulation zone and depletion zone of frank slide.
Figure 3: The acc