GEOL 1011K- Igneous Rocks
A naturally occuring aggregate of minerals, or a body of undifferentiated mineral
matter or lithified matter.
Rocks formed by cooling and crystallization of molten material within, or on the
surface of the Ea
Earth's outermost layer.
The layer of hot, solid material between Earth's crust and core.
The liquid layer of the Earth's core that lies beneath the Mantle and surrounds the
Randa Harris and Bradley Deline
Studying the Earths interior poses a significant challenge due to the lack of
direct access. Many processes observed at the Earths surface are driven by the
heat generated within the Earth
Large fan shaped pile of sediment that usually forms where a streams velocity
decreases as it emerges from a narrow canyon onto a flat plain at the foot of a
Glaciation of a mountainous area
Introduction to Physical Geology
The average introductory geology students perception of geology normally involves the memorization of rocks and discussions of natural disasters, but Geology
contains so much more. Geology
UNIT 2 Quiz Earths Interior
S-waves, a type of seismic wave, cannot travel through liquids. They do not pass through the Earth's
outer core. Therefore we know that the Earth's outer core is:
What sort of material is the mantle?
UNIT 5- Water Lab
1. A -Dendretic
UNIT 4 Plate Tectonics
The Himalaya Mountains north of India were formed by:
The San Andreas Fault in California lies along th
CLIMATE CHANGE QUIZ 6
A disadvantage of the ice record _.
Aerosols in the atmosphere _.
Arkose is a type of:
Which of the following environments is NOT a continental (or non-marine) depositional sedimentary
An atom that receives additional electrons is called:
If you change the number of neutrons in an atom, you get _.
The number of protons in an atom is the same as the _ of an element:
Which is an example of a cinder cone?
Which is an example of a stratovolcano?