GEOLOGY

These are questions on physical geology.It is recommended that you support your answers with graphics (e.g., photographs, maps, graphs, diagrams, cross-sections, geologic time charts, etc.), if they help with explanations or descriptions and are directly related to the answer. Citations in APA style are required for graphic sources.NOTE: You will need to go to your state or national geological survey/natural resources department to get this information – see my course Webliography under the American Association of State Geologists (AASG) for all the state geological websites. My state is Maryland.

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Geology

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*Make sure that you are answering the question asked. When asked how something works, explain in detail so that anyone can understand how something works. Do not stop in the middle of the explanation. Keep going even if it is obvious to you. Part of what you are graded on is your ability to explain. No partial credit for incomplete answers.

What is evidence? You are asked about the evidence. Evidence is not a conclusion. “An earthquake occurred ” is not evidence of an earthquake. Evidence is something you can see, feel, hear, touch, smell or measure that supports the conclusion. For an earthquake, evidence could be displaced or offset rock layers or fractured rocks along a fault zone. If could also be firsthand accounts of violent land shaking and the collapse of buildings during the shaking.

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*Make sure that you are answering the question asked. When asked how something works, explain in detail so that anyone can understand how something works. Do not stop in the middle of the explanation. Keep going even if it is obvious to you. Part of what you are graded on is your ability to explain. No partial credit for incomplete answers.

What is evidence? You are asked about the evidence. Evidence is not a conclusion. “An earthquake occurred ” is not evidence of an earthquake. Evidence is something you can see, feel, hear, touch, smell or measure that supports the conclusion. For an earthquake, evidence could be displaced or offset rock layers or fractured rocks along a fault zone. If could also be firsthand accounts of violent land shaking and the collapse of buildings during the shaking.

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