Ch. 4 Plate Tectonic
#1. Continental Drift - Wegner's Hypothesis that all continents were once connected #2. Pangaea - Large, ancient landmass that was composed of all the continents joined together #3. Seafloor Spread...
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Geol. 1403/Cook Lab exam 1
#1. What is a mineral? - solid inorganic substance of natural occurance #2. example of a sedimentary rock. - chalk, shale, coquina #3. example of igneous rock - basalt, granite, gabbro, obsidian #4...
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Geol. 1403/Cook quiz 3
#1. Which of the following best defines a mineral and a rock? - In a mineral the constituent atoms are bonded in a regular, repetitive, internal structure; a rock is a lithified or consolidated a...
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Geol. 1403/Cook quiz 6 part I
#1. Clay minerals formed from gabbro or diorite bedrock illustrate which kind of weathering? - chemical #2. Why is the humus layer typically thicker in a cool , temperate, forest soil than in a t...
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Geol. 1403/Cook quiz 4
#1. Lava flows are typically finer grained than intrusive igneous rocks. Why? - the extrusive magma cools quickly so the mineral grains do not have time to grow. #2. Which magma is most likely to q...
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Chapter 1- Matter & Minerals
...for some variation #4. Oceanography - This science emphasizes the study of marine environments including...is called a scientific - hypothesis #14. All science is based on the assumption that the natural world...
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