Laboratory Manual for Physical Geology

Spiral Bound | February 22, 2012

byCharles Jones, Norris Jones

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If it's important for you to incorporate the scientific method into your teaching, this lab manual is the perfect fit. In every exercise there are scientific method boxes that provide students with insight into the relevance of the scientific method to the topic at hand. The manual also includes "In Greater Depth" problems, a more challenging probe into certain issues. They are more quantitative in nature and require more in-depth, critical thinking, which is unique to this type of manual.

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If it's important for you to incorporate the scientific method into your teaching, this lab manual is the perfect fit. In every exercise there are scientific method boxes that provide students with insight into the relevance of the scientific method to the topic at hand. The manual also includes "In Greater Depth" problems, a more chal...

Format:Spiral BoundDimensions:10.9 × 9.6 × 0.8 inPublished:February 22, 2012Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0073524131

ISBN - 13:9780073524139

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Properties of Minerals

Chapter 2: Mineral Identification

Chapter 3: Igneous Rocks

Chapter 4: Sedimentary Rocks

Chapter 5: Metamorphic Rocks

Chapter 6: Topographic Maps and Digital Elevation Models

Chapter 7: Remote Sensing of Volcanoes and Volcanic Hazards

Chapter 8: Streams and Humid-Climate Landscapes

Chapter 9: Groundwater and Groundwater-Influenced Landscapes

Chapter 10: Glaciation

Chapter 11: Sea Coasts

Chapter 12: Arid-Climate Landscapes

Chapter 13: Geologic Age

Chapter 14: Structural Geology

Chapter 15: Geologic Maps

Chapter 16: Earthquakes

Chapter 17: Plate Tectonics