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Lab 28.Final Review.First Half.Spring 2020.pdf
LAB 28 - Final Review (First Half on Labs 15-21)
Instructions
*Your upcoming final will include questions related to material from labs #15 - #27. Lab 28 will cover review of labs
15-21. Lab 29 will cover review of labs 22-27. The midterm will look very similar to lab 28 & 29, but it will be multiple
choice. Showing your work on this lab will help you prepare.
*To turn this lab in: you can print it and write your answers on it, or if you do not have a printer you can write your
answers on a sheet of paper. Take photos of your completed work (either the printed lab or the sheet of paper with your
answers) and upload to canvas by 4PM on Tuesday, May 12 (which is 24 hours after the lab is assigned).
*Make sure this lab is very clear so I can read your answers and give you feedback for your final exam!
Questions related to material from Labs #15 - 16 (Koppen climate classification)
Use the climograph to answer the following questions: 1. What is the Koppen “climate type” and Koppen “letter code” for Key West, Florida according to the climograph? 2. What is the coldest average monthly temperature? What month does it occur in? 3. What month has the highest average precipitation? How much was the precipitation in that month? 4. What is the total annual precipitation in Key West? 5. What is the average temperature in Key West? 6. What is the temperature range in Key West? 7. The location of Key West is shown with a dark dot on the map of North America on the climograph. The latitude is
listed in the top left corner. Given this information, what are the dominant climate controls on Key West?
1 Questions related to material from Lab #17 (Weather Variability and Climate Change)
Use the climate data chart to answer the following questions: 5 Year Moving Average
Best Fit Trend Line
Individual Year
8. Using the trend line estimate if the temperature increased, decreased, and by how much the between1900 and 2020. 9. Which individual year had the coldest average temperature? What was the temperature? 10. According to the 5-year moving average, what year was the highest 5-year average temperature? What was the 5-year
average temperature that year? 2 Questions related to material from Lab #18 (Groundwater and Soil)
Use the contour lines and flow patterns on the map below to answer the following questions: A
B 11. The water in the well is contaminated. Did the contamination more likely come from pollution at point A or pollution
at point B? Why? 12. The water in the stream is contaminated. Did the contamination more likely come from pollution at point A or
pollution at point B? Why? Use the soil texture triangle to answer the following questions: 13. What is the soil texture for soil that is 20% silt, 20% sand, and 60% clay?
14. Determine the combination of silt, sand and clay for ‘Loam’:
3 Questions related to material from Lab #19 (Contour Lines)
Use the map below (the answer key map for lab 19) to answer the following questions: 15. What is the elevation of point “E” on the map? 16. What is the horizontal distance from point “A” to point “E” on the map? 17. If you are standing at point “E” can you see point “D”? Why or why not? 18. If you are standing at point “F” can you see point “C”? Why or why not? 4 Questions related to material from Lab #20 (Plate Tectonics)
Use the figure below to answer the following: B
C D A 19. How many different plates are visible on this diagram?
20. What point (A, B, C, D) is labeling volcanoes at an oceanic-oceanic convergent plate boundary? How do you know?
21. Would you find older rock at point A or Point B? Why?
22. Is there a hot spot on this diagram? If yes, where?
Questions related to material from Lab #21 (Hot Spot Trails)
Use the figure below to answer the following: 23. What is the age difference between O’ahu and Moloka’i? (note: numbers next to each island indicate age of island in
millions of years)
24. O’ahu and Moloka’i are 66.1 miles apart from each other. There are 63,360 inches in a mile. How many inches apart
are O’ahu and Moloka’i?
25. Using the information you found in the last two questions, determine how many inches per year the Pacific Plate was
moving between the time O’ahu and Moloka’i were formed.
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