Anne Birkeland

Anne Birkeland

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The stratigraphic record and processes of turbidity current transformation - turbidites.  Or if like me you went to Texas A&M and studied under R.R. Berg - Bergidites.

The stratigraphic record and processes of turbidity current transformation - turbidites. Or if like me you went to Texas A&M and studied under R.

Know        Kaibab Limestone    The          Toroweap Formation    Canyon’s      Coconino Sandstone    History     Hermit Shale    Study      Supai Formation    Rocks     Redwall Limestone    Made     Muav Limestone    By         Bright Angel Shale    Time         Tapeats Sandstone             & the Vishnu Schist

Kaibab Limestone The Toroweap Formation Canyon’s Coconino Sandstone History Hermit Shale Study Supai Formation Rocks Redwall Limestone Made Muav Limestone By Bright Angel Shale Time Tapeats Sandstone & the Vishnu Schist

Geology IN: Plutons contacts and other interesting features

Geologic features associated with modern and ancient igneous activity

What Is the Rock Cycle? Here are two short videos, a chart of some pretty rocks, & an online quiz. The quiz is aligned with the video. #geology #science #rocks

What Is the Rock Cycle? Here are two short videos, a chart of some pretty rocks, & an online quiz. The quiz is aligned with the video.

I gave him a rectangle of property. Each play dough color represents a type of soil or rock. Where should he build a house? Where should he dig a well?

I gave him a rectangle of property. Each play dough color represents a type of soil or rock. Where should he build a house? Where should he dig a well? He must use "core sampling" to determine the answers.

Sorting and classifying rocks is an easy STEM activity for kids. Learn about earth science with this simple geology lesson for toddlers, preschoolers, and grade school students. A fun forest school learning activity!

Earth Science - Description: An easy STEM activity for preschoolers is to go on a treasure hunt for rocks and then sort and classify them. - Observe and classify non-living materials, natural and human made, in their local environment.

This is a great hands-on science experiment to explain how fold mountains are formed.

This is a great hands-on science experiment to explain how fold mountains are formed. Fold mountains are the most common type of mountain in the world. Examples include the Himalayas, Andes, and Alps!