Monthly Archives: November 2009

Washing away

This article was interesting to read and seeing how erosion can affect certain communities due to the change in weather. Small sea side towns have been washed away and ruined due to the erosion and rising sea levels. It has … Continue reading

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The Moho

Have you ever heard of the Moho? I know I haven’t, so I thought this would be an interesting article to do. The moho is the boundary between the crust and the mantle. Moho is short for Mohorovicic Discontinuity. Discontinuity … Continue reading

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Submarine Volcano’s

Underwater volcano’s also known as submarine Volcano’s are fissures sticking out of the earth’s surface. The volcano’s produce about seventy five percent of the earth’s magma. As of now there are 5,000 underwater volcano’s some larger than any on the … Continue reading

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Mount Rushmore

I know that most stories posted by our class relate to natural geological features or instances that affect our geological standpoint. But I though it would be interesting to talk about a geological feature that was developed by man. I … Continue reading

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Mount Rushmore

I know that most stories posted by our class relate to natural geological features or instances that affect our geological standpoint. But I though it would be interesting to talk about a geological feature that was developed by man. I … Continue reading

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Rocky Mountains Orogeny

Now that we’ve discovered how the Appalachian Mountains were formed, I did some research to learn about the other major mountain range of America. The Rocky mountains are located in the western part of the country from the northernmost part … Continue reading

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Water On the Moon!

I just recently read an article that tells about the recent trip to the moon.  It says that the astraunants on the mission actually found water on the moon.  And not just a little, but gallons.  from cnn.com: (CNN) — … Continue reading

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