Glacial Processes and Climate Change
Recognize glacial landforms on topographic maps
Measure the rate of glacial retreat as a result of warming climates over time
Evaluate the fluctuations of glacial retre
8 February 2017
Monday, Wednesday 9-10:15
Geology Ch.2 Homework
1. a) Chromium
2. The bond that holds fluorite together is an ionic bond because Ca and F are two different
charges that are attracted to one
Geography 1: Physical Geography
Lab #2 (20 Points)
Chapter 5: The Restless Sky: Storm Systems and El Nio
1. Go on a walk with your friends or spouse and record the following weather conditions (please
provide a picture of you outside). You may use data fr
Lab #7 Geologic Time
1. Be able to determine a geologic history using relative dating techniques
2. Be able to identify common kinds of geologic structures
Part 1: Relative Dating Principles
1. What is relative da
Name: _Total: 42 points (+ 4 XC)_
Lab #6 Sedimentary Rocks
1. Be able to identify common sedimentary minerals.
2. Be able to describe and interpret textural features of sedimentary rocks.
3. Be able to determine names of common sed
Name_KEY_Total: 36 points_
Geology 10L: Lab 5 Metamorphic Rocks
From the reading in Chapter 7: Metamorphic Rocks, Processes, and Resources
Introduction pp.187-188 Reading: 10 points
1. List the three things that can cause metamorphism (change rocks)
.25 pt each
Sample (Detrital, Biochemical, or
.5 pt each
1 pt each
.25 pt each
Environment of Deposition
(Marine or Continental)
sand size, well sorted, well rounded
C - beach
Lab 11: Introduction to Structural Geology
1. Be able to identify common kinds of geologic structures
2. Use strike and dip information on block diagrams to determine geologic structures
3. Be able to interpret map data to
Lab 9 Groundwater
Construct a water-table contour map and determine the rate and direction of
Evaluate the risk of groundwater contamination by determining the direction of
Understand the t
The standard geologic time scale is composed of time divisions based on rock sequences
and is divided into years. The first geologic time scale was proposed in 1913 by the British
geologist Arthur Holmes. This was soon after t
FINAL EXAM REVIEW
1. What are the 6 main nutrients? Include what you know about them (macro vs. micro; energy vs.
non-energy; organic vs. non-organic; calories/gram for each macronutrient)
2. Explain nutrient-dense vs. energy dense foods. Give examples of
A drainage basin is:
the length of a large river.
a lake or ocean into which a river drains.
the lowest level a river can erode.
the total area drained by a stream and its tributaries.
Test Question/Answer: Sand grains range in size from 1.00 mm to 1/16 mm.
> A sand grain is labeled as an individual particle. Gravel is the is the class size above
sand, the particles range from 2 mm - 64 mm. The smallest size in class is silt and th
What city has the highest risk of flooding in the U.S. Why?
Sacramento because it lies within the valley between 2 mountain ranges, and in
that valley the Sacramento and the American River come together (confluence)
What competing interests make