Creating A Warm and Cold Front on Weather Map
16 questions about geology
GEOL 101: Final Exam Review Extra Credit (10 points)
DUE ON THE DAY OF THE FINAL EXAM. MUST BE COMPLETED ON THIS HANDOUT. NO NOTEBOOK PAPER.
the bond and provide an example of a substance or material that uses that particular bond.
(no crystals) textures.
What is the igneous composition of each?
environments: mountains, river, beach, and the deep ocean. Label what type of sediment you would
expect to find in each environment and what sedimentary rock type would result from each type of
plate tectonic boundary settings. Gray boxes do not have a specific feature, so leave those blank. Also,
place a star in the box that represents the plate boundary type closest to us.
Ocean‐Ocean Ocean‐Continent Continent‐Continent
each below and label them. Which of these is the San Andreas Fault?
What features would you expect to find on an emergent coastline?
What features would you expect to find on a submergent coastline?
Assignment of Week 7 using the weather map given
Using the weather map given:
Fill in the data table provided based on the weather map. For “Current Weather,” use the data provided in the chart to determine the current conditions for each station.
Create the warm and cold fronts on the Weather Map. While this map will not need to be turned in, it will assist you in filling out the information in the data table.
Based on the weather scenario in this lab assignment, predict what tomorrow’s weather will be at the locations listed below if the system continues due east at 300 miles/day. Be sure to include wind direction, temperature, cloud cover and precipitation in your forecast. The position of the warm and cold fronts will help you with this.
New York, NY