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Part 1: Lesson 10 Lab Assignment

 

This assignment from the laboratory manual is broken into three parts:

 


 


 

Exercise 31 - Part I (Page 217): Questions 1 and 2

 

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Review pages 390-396 in the textbook.

 


 

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Review pages 209-216 in the laboratory manual.

 


 

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Lab Guidance:

 


 


 


 


 

You will compute the gradients of Mauna Loa in Hawai?i and

 

Mount Vsevidof in Alaska.

 


 

Exercise 32 - Part I (Page 225): Questions 1 and 2

 

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Review pages 396-397 in the textbook.

 


 

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Review pages 221-224 in the laboratory manual.

 


 

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Lab Guidance:

 


 


 


 


 

The questions are based on the ?Umnak, Alaska? topographic

 

map (scale 1:250,000; contour interval 200 ft.) found in the back

 

of the lab manual (map T-2).

 


 

Exercise 33 - Part I (Page 231): Questions 1 and 2 (all parts)

 

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Review pages 405-408 in the textbook.

 


 

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Review pages 227-230 in the laboratory manual.

 


 

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Lab Guidance:

 


 


 

The questions are based on the ?Mt. Dome, California,?

 

quadrangle (Figure 33-2 found on page 228 of the laboratory

 

manual; enlarged to scale 1:48,000; contour interval 40 ft).

 


 


 


 

The questions are also based on the stereogram of the same

 

region (Figure 33-3 found on page 229 of the laboratory manual;

 

north is to the left side of the page).

 


 


 


 

Three prominent fault scarps can be seen running north to south

 

across the map. These fault scarps are the result of normal

 

faulting.

 


 


 

?Western? fault

 


 


 


 


 


 

?Central? fault

 

?Eastern? fault

 


 

Helpful Links

 


 


 

The National Map Viewer

 

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Search for Mt. Dome, and it will pan to the

 

location.

 


 

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In left window, click on overlays tab.

 


 

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Click on the tab at the bottom that says

 

Other Featured Data.

 


 

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Check mark the box next to Scanned Topo

 

Maps.

 


 

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Pan/zoom around until you find the correct

 

area.

 


 


 


 


 

Hint: You can zoom on these

 

maps to better see the contour

 

lines.

 


 

Resource Links: Topographic Maps of Landforms

 


 

Exercise 31 - Part I Questions:

 

1. Using Map T-1, the "Hawaii, Hawaii, "topographic map (scale 1:250,000; contour

 

interval 200 ft), calculate the gradient of Mauna Loa along line AB, from the 5000?

 

contour (near Point A) toward the summit. Measure out a distance of 10 miles using

 

the graphic map scale inside the front cover of the lab manual, and then determine

 

the elevation change over that distance.

 

(Show the equation!)

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

2. Using Map T-1, the "Umnak, Alaska, "topographic map (scale 1:250,000; contour

 

interval 200 ft), calculate the gradient of Mount Vsevidof along line CD, from the

 


 

1000? contour (near Point C) toward the summit. Measure out a distance of 2 miles

 

using the graphic map scale inside the front cover of the lab manual, and then

 

determine the elevation change over that distance.

 

(Show the equation!)

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

Exercise 32 - Part I Questions:

 

1. What is the approximate diameter of the rim of the Okmok Caldera?

 

--Answer below:

 


 

2. What is the approximate depth of the caldera (from the rim down to the floor)?

 

--Answer below:

 


 

Exercise 33 - Part I Questions:

 

1a. Determine the approximate amount of vertical displacement along the western fault scarp at its

 

intersection with line AB (when determining the amount of displacement, it may be easiest to count the

 

number of contour lines shown on each scarp to determine the elevation change):

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

1b. Determine the approximate amount of vertical displacement along central fault scarp at its

 

intersection with line AB (when determining the amount of displacement, it may be easiest to count the

 

number of contour lines shown on each scarp to determine the elevation change):

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

1c. Determine the approximate amount of vertical displacement along eastern fault scarp at its

 

intersection with line AB (when determining the amount of displacement, it may be easiest to count the

 

number of contour lines shown on each scarp to determine the elevation change):

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

2a. Is the amount of vertical displacement along the "central fault" uniform from north to south? Explain

 

your answer.

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

2b. Describe the pattern of vertical displacement.

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

Part 2: Lesson 10 Short Answer

 

Please follow all requirements while completing the assignment for this Lesson.

 

1. Do not leave a question unanswered

 

2. Utilize Proper short answer format:

 


 


 

Respond to the question using two to three well-constructed paragraphs

 

containing specific details and examples that support your understanding

 

of the concepts.

 


 


 


 

Carefully read each part of the question to ensure that each component is

 

answered with the appropriate depth and detail.

 


 


 


 

Your answers should be free of spelling and grammar errors.

 


 


 


 

When using source material, you must properly document it using APA

 

format (see Announcements for details on APA). Short Answer Example

 


 

Here is the link for the short answer example

 

http://qm.riosalado.edu/Resources/gph/gph111/20110110/GPH111_Short_Answer_Examp

 

le.pdf

 

3. Follow all additional instructions

 


 

Note: This assignment requires the use of Google Earth? to complete. Be sure to download

 

this free program to complete this portion of the assignment.

 

Helpful Links

 


 


 

Earthquakes/Faulting

 

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Earthquakes and Hazard Program ?

 


 


 

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USGS Google Earth Files

 


 


 

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http://earthquake.usgs.gov/learn/kml.php

 


 

NSF Open Topography - See Section on Faulting, Folding and

 

Earthquakes

 


 


 


 


 

http://resilience.abag.ca.gov/earthquakes/

 


 

http://www.opentopography.org/index.php/resources/lidarlan

 

dforms

 


 

Volcanoes

 

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Earth Alerts

 


 


 

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Google Earth Blog on Volcanoes

 


 


 

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http://earthalerts.manyjourneys.com/web/

 


 

http://www.gearthblog.com/blog/archives/2012/10/google_e

 

arth_a_to_z_volcanoes.html

 


 

Smithsonian Institution Global Volcanism Program

 


 


 


 

http://volcano.si.edu/

 


 

Hint: Clicking on the icon for each of these two items may bring up information which will help to

 

identify the feature.

 


 

If you need my location, I am in Tempe, Arizona 85282

 


 

Part 2: Lesson 10 Short Answer

 


 

Define and explain the processes of faulting and volcanism. In your discussion, identify specific

 

landforms that can be created as a result of both internal processes. Finally, using Google Earth?, find

 

one location for each of the items listed below, which is not discussed in the lesson.

 


 

When discussing these items be sure to identify its general location, name, and what examples shown

 

on the imagery identify this as that type of fault/volcano. (Note: Examples on the imagery could

 

include an offset stream for a strike-slip fault or a crater for certain volcano types.)

 


 

- Volcano

 

- Strike-Slip Fault

 

- Normal Fault

 


 

--Answer below:

 


 

 


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