Description 1. Why is iron solid in the inner core but liquid in the outer core? 2. What protects Earth from the Solar Wind? 3. The Earth would by an “Iceball” without which gas trapping heat in the atmosphere? 4. What started making the first oxygen on Earth? 5. What happened 65 million years ago? […]

Description Question 1. Layer l is (younger or older) than layer H, based on the (principle of original horizontalility, or principle of superpositioning, or principles of cross cutting, or principle of inclusion)  Question 2. Layers D-G have been disturbed and partially eroded, based on the (principle of original horizontalility, or principle of superpositioning, or principles […]

Description Topic 1: Networks Nearly everything of significance that has been happening lately seems to be related to the existence of networks in both the natural human worlds. A great many scientific and mathematical insights have been gained about networks in general, and many of these could be used beneficially, if we knew more about […]

UA Geology Worksheet

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Description *Some the questions are typed right here and the other questions are screen schist clipped to this 1.What three processes are involved in converting a pre-existing rock into a sedimentary rock? 2.What is the difference between detrital sedimentary rocks and chemical sedimentary rocks? 12 One sedimentary rock, coal, was not shown in this lab […]

SDSU Layers of The Earth Questions

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Question Description I’m working on a geology multi-part question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. 1. What are the major layers of the Earth and how are they arranged?2. Where did the densest material end up in the Earth?  If the Earth started out with its materials all mixed up together, […]

Description Topic 1: Scale and pattern You may have noticed from last week’s videos that many fractal patterns are ‘self-similar’ at different scales. That is, patterns might persist or repeat themselves, perhaps in modified form, at vastly different scales. Natural branching patterns in particular are often like this. The sorts of patters that running water […]

Description After reading about the Ice Free Corridor and Costal Migration Route theories, which argument do you think is more plausible?  In short, both the Ice Free Corridor and the Coastal Migration theory describe possible ways that early North American inhabitants migrated from Canada’s North to southern regions. The Coastal Migration theory definitely has merit […]

Description Watch: General notes for my online classes [Gary Pereira] https://youtu.be/_AN8k0Ogwl0  Topic 1: Science v scientism Given our recent global history, a background course like this should probably begin with a discussion of the meaning of the word ‘science’. We need to recognize in particular the difference between science as a set of approaches to […]

Description 1. Surface currents redistribute ________________.Group of answer choices heat salt energy all of the above 2. Which of the following is a factor that has an influence on climate? Group of answer choices wind circulation the intensity of the sun ocean circulation all of the above the distribution of water and land masses 3. […]

Description Sails supported by long neural spines in spinosaurids and Ouranosaurus which were contemporaries in the present-day Maghreb. Develop and discuss hypotheses that might explain why a carnivore (a spinosaur) and an herbivore (Ouranosaurus) both with sails might be in the same place and the same time. Bring into the discussion the similar case of […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. Question 4: Netflix has decided that its success with their movie, “Bird Box,” was too good to just stop there. Sandra Bullock’s journey along the river in a row boat, blindfolded, and trying to navigate her way […]

Description Topic: Lithium, cobalt, and rare earths We continue our discussion of energy resources with a couple of minerals that will soon play an increasing role. We may soon begin exchanging lithium batteries as routinely as pumping gasoline. Lithium, cobalt, and the so-called rare earths are critical ingredients for batteries in cars, homes, and electronic […]

Description Question 1: It’s time to put your map reading skills to the test! Download the attached USGS 7.5-minute quadrangle map and set of questions and let’s go for a ride! Question 2: Visit the Natural Resources Conservation Service website online at https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/site/soils/home/ . Using any of the tools provided by the Soil Survey, explore […]

Description Choose one of the topics we’ve covered and write a thoughtful term paper. This will serve as your final evaluation. Provide at least four full citations (not just URLs). It doesn’t matter what format you use, so long as you are consistent. The resulting paper’s text should be at least four pages long, easily […]

Description Earth Science Processes Photo Essay – 50 Points, 10 Photographs, 10 ParagraphsThe Earth Science processes discussed in class are not only found in exotic locations, but in our own immediate environment. Being able to recognize physical processes in the landscape is an important goal in this course. The purpose of this assignment is for […]

Description Your paper will be structured as a science review brief rather than an original research paper. Doing a literature review is a different sort of research from field or lab. Here is a basic 4-section structure, but feel free to get creative and embellish within the structure given here. Each section should be 1-3 […]

Description Your presentation must use visuals and be narrated. PowerPoint or a similar such presentation software is recommended.  Length should be 5-10 minutes. For most students, this will be 8-15 slides, but that is highly variable and depends on how complex the slides are.  I generally budget 30 seconds for a simple slide or upwards […]

Description By this time in the semester, you have gained understanding of globalization and how it affects local regions. To summarize the knowledge you’ve gained, please answer the following questions: What is the future of outsourcing? Where will the companies from more developed countries take their production in the future, given that China is becoming […]

FIU Geological Hazards Discussions

By on February 17th, 2022 in Geology Essay

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Description This discussion has for purpose to make you aware of the geological hazards affecting societies around the world. Background information: Geological Hazards (Wikipedia) (Links to an external site.) Natural Hazards, Geology (University of Washington) (Links to an external site.) Natural Hazards – Corporation for National and Community Service (Links to an external site.) Instructions […]

Description As an ocean–literate person, (1) you now understand the essential principles and fundamental concepts about the functioning of the ocean; (2) you can communicate about the ocean in a meaningful way; and (3) you are able to make informed & responsible decisions regarding the ocean & its resources. We live in an era of global warming that has lasted longer than any […]

Geology Questionnaire

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Description Put the letter of the correct word from the WORD BANK below to complete the statement. According to the rock cycle, in order to turn metamorphic rock into sediment, the first step is _______.                 WORD BANK  A) transportation          B) condensation                   C) magma mixing                D)melting                   E) precipitation                                         F) deposition         G) assimilation                H) uplift/exposure […]

Description Which of the following wells has the highest level of contamination? Use the table in the worksheet. Which of the following well sites will most likely stay free of contamination? Which spring is the only one with contaminated water?  Use the table in the worksheet. Where does the water table have its lowest elevation, […]

GEOL 303 A1BTC Plate Tectonic Questions

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Description You will answer some questions about a Tectonic location marked on a map, as well as some questions on its Mass Wasting risk. This shouldn’t be more than 1-2 pages. You must NOT re-write the questions when you answer them. Secondly, you will submit your document, in a Word or PDF file only, directly […]

Description Instructions  There are two parts to your discussion post: Part 1: In the video “Plastic Ocean” what are the top three most-impactful facts about plastics or seabirds or pollution that you want to share? Write these three facts along with 2-3 sentences of why this was impactful to you and should be shared with […]

GMU Geology Questionnaire

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Question Description I need support with this Geology question so I can learn better. 1. How are granite and rhyolite different? How are they alike?2. What is the origin of vesicles in a basalt?3. How are basalt and andesite different? How are they alike?4. Which of the rock types in question # 3 (basalt and […]

Mineral Identification Chart Project

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Description For this activity you will need to watch the short video(s) for each mineral. You have been provided with key characteristics for each mineral on the page with the mineral videos. You will need to identify each mineral by comparing that information with the table below to determine the mineral name. Once you have […]

Description The Carbon and Carbonate Cycle and Earth’s Climate Introduction: When we talk about a cycle, we are referring to something that starts somewhere and comes back to the same place. The global carbon cycle refers to the movement of the element carbon through different storage places, or reservoirs, on Earth. These reservoirs include the […]

Description WATCH THIS VIDEO ( https://und.yuja.com/V/Video?v=345525&node=166… ) and answer the questions. An overriding theme of this video is that this is how scientific discovery occurs. After viewing the video and answering the questions. While watching the video make notes and seek answers to the questions that follow. 1-Who is James Hanson? 2-David Travis observed that […]

Description Dr. Hall Movie Analysis Rubric Movie Analysis: Write a 750-1000 word essay analyzing documentary films Death by Design (2016) and Anthropocene: The Human Epoch (2018), both available to rent online for minimal cost (also see: https://tubitv.com/movies/534751/death-by-design And http://sohstream.csudh.edu/jehall/anthropocene.mp4). Briefly summarize each film and compare https://myflixer.to/watch-movie/anthropocene-the-human-epoch-15174.3975992 topics expressed in each film in a more detailed […]

SMC Environmental Pollution Essay

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Description Dr. Hall Movie Analysis RubricMovie Analysis: Write a 750-1000 word essay analyzing documentary films Death by Design(2016) and Anthropocene: The Human Epoch(2018), both available to rent online for minimal cost (also see: https://tubitv.com/movies/534751/death-by-design And http://sohstream.csudh.edu/jehall/anthropocene.mp4). Briefly summarize each film and compare topics expressed in each film in a more detailed interpretation and discussion. Select […]

Description For this activity you will need to watch the short video(s) for each igneous rock. You have been provided with key characteristics for each igneous rock on the page with the igneous rock videos. You will need to identify each igneous rock by comparing that information with the table below to determine the rock […]

Question Description Help me study for my Geology class. I’m stuck and don’t understand. 9)The Hawaii hotspot produces mafic volcanoes while the Yellowstone hot spot produces felsic volcanoes, what does this mean for the relative explosiveness of these two volcanoes ie which would be more and which would be less explosive? 10) Looking at question […]

Description 1. 50. Type the following coordinates into the search bar in Google Earth: 33 48 14.24  N 84 08 44.31 W. This is Stone Mountain, GA. Zoom in to an eye elevation of  ~2400 ft for a closer look. Based on the color, and assuming no color change has  occurred due to weathering at […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology question and need guidance to help me learn. video reference:  https://d1lexza0zk46za.cloudfront.net/geology/animations_and_simulations/folds/index.html https://d1lexza0zk46za.cloudfront.net/geology/animations_and_simulations/rock_deformation/index.html https://util.wwnorton.com/jwplayer?type=video&msrc=/wwnorton.college.public/geology/marshak_narrative_art_videos/continental_collision.mp4&isrc=/wwnorton.college.public/geology/marshak_narrative_art_videos/thumbnails/continental_collision.jpg&csrc=/wwnorton.college.public/geology/marshak_narrative_art_videos/cc/geo-continental-collision.vtt

Description you will complete your hazards critical thinking assignment by preparing an explanation the issues related to one of the hazards that affect a city or town in Indiana, U.S, and advocating for mitigation efforts that should be put in place. Your goal is to convince your peers that your solution to reducing this hazard […]

Description Your task is to construct a simple topographic profile. A topographic profile is simply the “side view” of the topography or, how the land is shaped if you were to take a cross-section through the land surface. Think of it as the trail you need to follow if you need to get from Point […]

BV Cape Town Water Crisis Presentation

By on January 10th, 2022 in Geology Essay

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Description Guidelines for you Presentation Post: Your Presentation post should be written like an informational article, not a technical report. Don’t use excessive jargon, but don’t go overboard on the simplification. It should be written at an appropriate level for your university-student peers. The post should include: An introduction that articulates the specific area of […]

Description For this activity you will need to watch the short video(s) for each metamorphic rock. You have been provided with key characteristics for each metamorphic rock on the page with the metamorphic rock videos. You will need to identify each metamorphic rock by comparing that information with the table below to determine the rock […]

Description Take a field trip (or virtual field trip) to your favorite park or natural area. Describe the geological features including rock types, landforms, etc. Research the geologic past of this area, and describe how the rocks and geologic features were formed. 270+ words  Insert a photo or two to illustrate your post. If you […]

Description Play investigative reporter and find out as much as you can about the water supply in your chosen region. You may chose an area near you, or somewhere else of interest. NOTE: I recognize that a lot of you live in the LA area, but this discussion tends to be more interesting if people […]

USF Habitable Planet Worksheet

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Description Answer any FIVE (5) of the following 6 questions (PLEASE USE THE UPLOADED FILES FOR ANSWERS) 1-You’re the director of NASA in the year 2250. The Earth is increasingly becoming uninhabitable due to a runaway greenhouse effect caused by human pollution. Your job is to find humanity a new exoplanet to live on beyond […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. GENERAL  According to the Ready.gov website, “natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods, forest fires, earthquakes, tornadoes, and landslides affect thousands of people every year. You should know what your risks are and prepare to protect yourself, […]

UNLV State Representative Policy Letter

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Description This is the writing component of the class and is worth 10% of the final grade. Each student must pick a topic relating to physical geography (water, disasters, the environment, global warming, etc…) and write a one-page letter to a specific policy makerat any level of government addressing your topic and your suggestions for […]

Description The purpose of this exercise is to analyze the pros and cons of the two “base-load” sources of electricity; nuclear and coal. Goals: Analyzing the energy, economic, environmental and societal costs and benefits of nuclear and coal powered electricity generation. Researching on-line and written documentation from government and utility sources. Summarizing and synthesizing your […]

Description GENERAL Humans alter the surrounding environment and land to build our structures in both urban and rural settings. Although we often desire to be near features like rivers and shorelines, we take measures and we build a variety of structures to protect our properties and ourselves from the possibility of flooding and erosion. The […]

Description You need to provide a summary of the module reading. The summary needs to include information from each section of the chapter.  here is the video resources you can use and quoto :Please take time to view the instructional presentations to introduce the concepts and topics that we will explore together in this module. […]

Description Write about one of the following.1. Pick a specific weather event (e.g. Hurricane Katrina). Describe how it formed, its environmental and human impacts, and how events like these might change in a warming climate. In the example of hurricanes, good details to provide are general wind directions from large-scale atmospheric cells (e.g. Hadley cells), […]

Description For this activity you will need to watch the short video(s) for each fossil. You have been provided with key characteristics for each fossil in the fossil handout . You will need to identify each fossil using your observations for each video and the information provided with them. You only need to indicate if […]

Description For this activity you will need to watch the short video(s) for each fossil. You have been provided with key characteristics for each fossil in the fossil handout . You will need to identify each fossil using your observations for each video and the information provided with them. You only need to indicate if […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. Describe one key thing you know about climate change. Below, you should see three figures: (1) carbon dioxide concentrations in the atmosphere beginning with the paleoproxy record and Mauna Loa Observatory data; (2) a map of Indiana’s […]

Description Here is a sample from the HW, the rest you can find in the attached PDF (maps are provided in the PDF): You will be traveling in a sailboat, so overland travel is not an option. You can, however, go through theSuez Canal or Panama Canal. Your voyage must start and end in Shanghai, […]

Description For this week’s post, you will access a documentary called: Tapped: The Movie, about bottled water that reviews several associated health and environmental consequences. Then, you will also do some research on Sciencedaily.com to find an article about a specific aspect of bottled water or tap water. 1. After watching the movie, do you […]

USF The Anthropocene Essay

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Description Anthropocene The proposed current geological epoch, in which humans are the primary cause of permanent planetary change. We have reached an unprecedented moment in planetary history. Humans now arguably change the Earth and its processes more than all other natural forces combined. Climate change, extinctions, invasive species, technofossils, anthroturbation, terraforming of land, and redirection […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. When most people think about a desert, they typically imagine a hot, dry expanse. However, many true deserts, like Antarctica, are extremely cold. The geographical and geologic criteria for a desert is simple: it is a […]

Description GENERAL Beach nourishment is often controversial. Go through these Sun Sentinel articles on local beach nourishment issues like: Sand Bypass Plan Needed and Floirda has spent more than $100 million pouring more sand unto beaches in the past three years. Is it time to waive a white flag? Then, visit this Palm Beach County […]

UCI The Social Dilemma Discussion

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Description After watching the documentary, The Social Dilemma, write a 500-700 word reflective essay that addresses at least two of the following prompts: Do you think you could stay off your phone for 24 hours? What notification would compel you to get back on your phone? What can you do to help prevent an addiction […]

Description You may choose ONE of the question prompts below for your posting. Be certain to address all parts of the prompt in your response. Today, technological changes are coming from all directions. The increasing use of electronic forms of information transfer (email, social media, websites, online cloud storage) is leading us to a paperless […]

Description Assignment 1. Concept Sketch on ENSO (El Nino Southern Oscillation) Instructions 50 points We’re going to do a concept map of the El Nino Southern Oscillation here’s how you do that. 1. First, get an 11×17 piece of paper. If you don’t have a piece that big you can make one by taping two […]

Description  The articles in the library cover different topics and are accompanied by a summary article published as either a press release or a popular media article.  These summary articles will help you understand the original scientific work and choose the article that is the most interesting to you. Your paper should cover the following […]

Description Write at least 5 paragraphs of at least 5 “complete” and “meaningful”  and “reasonably long” sentences each. The first thing I will do when  grading is count paragraphs and sentences.  At the bottom of the page,  please list the websites/sources you visited for information (just the  website address is okay, this is not a […]

Description For the assignment answer the following question in a 250-300 word essay. You will have to you the textbook and only the textbook as your source of information. If you quote information from the textbook you must include a parenthetical citation and include a citation for the textbook at the end of your response […]

Description 1. Ocean Plastics (100 words) Watch the short video Midway, a Plastic Island then answer the following questions in a discussion post. 1. How does plastic end up at remote Midway Island? What are microplastics? How have plastics become a component of the beach sand on Midway Island? 2. How are the threatened Laysan […]

Description It covers Plate Tectonics section and introductory Mass Wasting sections (lectures 6 and 7). It will also touch on the basics of Earthquakes and Volcanoes. Please follow the directions stated: Firstly, open this file Download this file, the assignment page. You will answer some questions about a Tectonic location marked on a map, as […]

Question Description I’m stuck on a Geology question and need an explanation. Short answers  1. What are the major differences between regional and contact metamorphism?  2. How is the orientation of foliation related to stress? 3. Which metamorphic rocks are likely to contain garnet? 4. Why do clay minerals change to mica in the metamorphism […]

Question Description I’m working on a geology discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn. DIRECTIONS Access this video demonstrating P and S waves before answering the following questions:  Keith Miller (2012, Jan 22) Demonstrating P and S Seismic Waves (Video). Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjRGIpP-Qfw While using this video and its information, […]

Description 2 assignments: Science or Snake Oil? discussion(100 words) and Florida Water Issues discussion(300 words) Assignment 1 ( 100 words + 2 replies 30 words each) Today, there are many topics that are pseudoscience in the news. Pseudoscience ‘looks’ like science but isn’t. Astrology, homeopathic healing, bigfoot, the moon landing was faked are examples of […]

Description DIRECTIONS 1. What is weathering? Please give your own description or definition. 2. Distinguish between the two main categories of weathering and give examples of each which includes how they operate to break down and wear away rock. 3. Explain how conditions such as temperature or amount of rainfall influence the rate of weathering. […]

Description 1) Why does Earth have seasons? 2) When is Earth closest to the Sun in its present orbit? How does this “close pass” position affect the amount of radiation received on Earth? 3) Earth’s tilt is slowly decreasing today. As it does so, are the polar regions receiving more or less solar radiation in […]

Description Mineral Report 1-pick a mineral. Prepare a report that includes the following information: (I will talk about quartz) _____________________________ I. Crystallography a. Crystal system b. Point group c. Space group d. Unit cell dimensions e. Common crystal forms or habits f. Diagram or picture of a crystal _____________________________ II. Chemistry a. Formula b. Range […]

December 26, 2004 a tragedy happened in Thailand that will never be forgotten. At about 8:00 o’clock in the morning when a 9.1 earthquake happened. For about 7 hours waves were building up and traveling to the costal area and hit the island Phuket. Most locals and tourist didn’t have a tsunami come to mind.  […]

It’s been a few weeks since we began Science class and we’ve learned a lot of interesting things, and some of those things include, landforms that form at convergent boundaries, landforms that form at divergent boundaries, how convection currents work inside the earth, the theory of plate tectonics, and don’t even get me started on […]

Introduction White Haven beach, is a beach located on White Sunday island on Australia’s east coast in the coral sea QLD. It lies across from Chalke’s beach and is next to Hamilton island. The beach is widely known for being one of the cleanest beaches in the world and some of its main features and […]

The cape Granite is an intrusive igneous rock that has been exposed to the surface of the Earth, formed by solidification of magma beneath the Earth’s surface. The rock contains minerals; feldspar, quartz and biotite, and it is also coarse grained, as evident with igneous intrusive rocks. The feldspar grains are approximately 6 cm, with […]

Data Interpretations The coastline is emergent. The beach is above ground due to tectonic uplift or a decrease in the elevation of sea level. Tides can erode the beach and take away sand. Sand can also be brought in and deposited in the berm during high tide. The longshore current moves parallel to the shore […]

Earthquake in the sea between Italy and Greece Tsunami Italy, climbed the sea level A powerful earthquake, of magnitude 6.8, struck last night just before two o’clock in the morning (one in Italy) the west coast of the Peloponnese, in Greece, causing great fear but fortunately no victims, and only limited damage . The epicenter […]

Earthquakes Individuals tremble when they hear the word disaster: all words that ring a bell when “earthquake” is heard. They happen all of a sudden and cause a great many dollars in reconstruction. Therefore, the sky is the limit from there, seismic tremors are a standout amongst the most terrific events The unstoppable force of […]

It’s 5:12 AM, April 18, 1906. Extremely loud low pitched rumbling wakes many people up from their sleep. This rumbling sound was caused by the Pacific and American Tectonic plates scraping along each other at the San Andreas fault. A shock suddenly hits San Francisco, and it shakes the ground for 45 seconds. Another tremblor […]

It is no surprise to Earth Scientists that Alaska sees so many earthquakes annually. With two tectonic plates meeting under a subduction zone there is bound to be a great deal of seismic activity. There is a long history of quakes, some taking several lives, that has become a lifestyle more than an occurrence. Alaska […]

 There are so many things happening in our world that it’s hard to keep up with everything that going on. One thing that not many know about are the earthquakes in Alaska. Lots of people are surprised to find out that Alaska has earthquakes. Though Alaska is actually pretty used to earthquakes. Alaska records an […]

Volcanoes are mountains that have an opening where molten lava flows down from the side. Most of these volcanoes ruin villages. Volcanoes are usually active and most people who live near one don’t know it. People mostly die from volcanoes.Where volcanoes occur is magma that rises to the surface at the edges of the plates, […]

Located in Portland, Oregon, there lie many volcanoes. When thinking of volcanoes, Oregon doesn’t come to mind right away; however, Portland, Oregon is located along the Cascade Volcanic Arc, and is home to and around 5 volcanoes: Mount St. Helens, Mount Hood, Powell Butte Nature Park, Mount Tabor, and Rocky Butte Nature Area. Personally, I […]

When it came to deciding what topic to choose for this research paper, I selected volcanoes because they have always captivated me. After all, I’ve seen them my whole life in books and in movies. Lakes of fire and explosive aerial bombs tend to be fascinating. But the thing was, I didn’t really understand how […]

The composite volcano sometimes known as stratovolcanoes are steep symmetrical cones that make up some of the most famous mountains for example Mount St. Helens, Mount Fuji and Mount Rainier. These volcanoes have formed over hundreds of thousands of years through multiple eruptions. Composite volcanoes are fed by a conduit system which taps into a […]

A volcanic eruptions are devastating events that cause mass destruction throughout our society. Volcanoes are made by lava and ash coming out of the ground and hardening. Then over time, it will create a volcano. Volcanoes kill 540 people each year(Fox News). Volcanoes can be caused by other natural disasters or pressure underneath earths surface […]

Japan is an island nation with a population that has a deep connection to the environment that surrounds and nourishes them. This environment has shaped the people of Japan in many ways. Japans history as been one that has been riddled with shows of the force of nature. The March 11th 2011 Tohoku earthquake has […]

Submarine volcanoes are ruptures on the earth’s surface that are found underwater from which magma erupts. Volcanic activities on terrestrial land are widespread and accessible for study, and as a result, a lot is known about these activities. However, unlike terrestrial volcanoes, very little is known about submarine volcanic activities (Cashman & Fiske, 1991). It […]

There are some youngsters who grow up to their mother and father making ready them for earthquakes and how to endure through 1, but they never request their dad and mom or whoever teaches them what an earthquake is. An earthquake is when the earth shakes, it could be a modest tremor or a significant […]

Patricia Gardner ENG 201 : 8:00 Assignment 1: Purely natural Science Ocean Within the Earth’s mantle The mantle usually takes up 84 percent of the Earth’s composition and is composed of my various levels. Understanding of the higher mantle is that it contains tectonic plates, magnetic pull, warmth movement, and gravity studies. A new discovery […]

INTRODUCTION         In this report I will create about earthquakes.  An appealing fact about earthquakes is that they are earthquakes.  A different interesting fact is that when  people today alongside very long long   wen the earth  started off to shake .  I discovered that they are some sort of device that steps if a earthquake […]

Mount Kilimanjaro Essay

By on September 21st, 2021 in Geology Essay, Volcano Essay

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Mount Kilimanjaro [pic] Place & Description Mount Kilimanjaro is located fully in just the borders of Tanzania, though is positioned close to the border of Kenya. It is located 3 levels, or about 340 km, south of the Equator. To the west lies the Terrific Rift Valley made by the incredible tectonic forces which also […]

The towering summits and exceptional topographical landscape of Hawaii are a direct outcome of the geological procedures that produced grandiose volcanoes. Hawaii Volcanoes National park is home to two awe-inspiring volcanoes: Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Both associates of the park are not just active, they are are identified some to be some of the most […]

Plate Tectonics The forces that shape the earth start out beneath the lithosphere. Rock in the asthenosphere is hot more than enough to circulation slowly but surely. Heated rock rises, moves up toward the lithosphere, cools and circulates downward. Driving higher than this circulation procedure are the tectonic plates, massive shifting parts of the earth’s […]