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Laboratory Manual Lab 9
Lab manual Lab 9.
Introduction to Tree of Life
Most likely no matter when you took your last biology course, you learned that there are five Kingdoms. Anything
you learned about the five kingdoms can
Laboratory Manual Lab 5
Lab manual Lab 5.
Introduction to Sedimentary Structures
Structures provide additional information about the environment of depositionanother piece of the puzzle.
Information about the sedi
Rocks and Minerals
Laboratory Manual Lab 2
Rock and mineral set at the library (this lab requires a library trip). Be sure to ask for the HISTORICAL
GEOLOGY rock and mineral set (do NOT use the PHYSICAL GEOLOGY rock or mineral sets).
Depositional Sedimentary Environments
Laboratory Manual Lab 6
Lab manual Lab 6.
Introduction to Depositional Environments
The historical geologist must infer what was happening millions of years ago like a detective working a crime scen
Stratigraphy and Lithologic Correlation
Laboratory Manual Lab 7
Lab manual Lab 7.
Introduction to Stratigraphy and Correlation
Although we have many tools to explore rocks inside the earth, it is impossible to know exactly what is going
Laboratory Manual Lab 10
Lab manual Lab 10 and examine specimens at the library.
Readings in the Lab Manualwhat you need to know
Reach chapter 10 and Ive also provided a powerpoint of my historical notes (power
Sedimentary Rocks Worksheet Historical Geology
All rocks exposed at the earth's surface undergo many physical and chemical changes (weathering) which weaken the minerals and break them
down into smaller particles called sediment.
Weathering and Sediment Interpretation
Laboratory Manual Lab 3
Sediment set at the library (this lab requires a library trip).
Hand lens (or magnifying glass).
Read the chapter in the lab manual and complete the PRE-LAB exer
Relative dating Lab exercises
1. What type of unconformity is represented by Erosion A in Block 1?
2. What type of unconformity is represented by Erosion N in Block 2?
3. What type of igneous intrusion is shown in block 3?
4. What type of fault