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Astronomy


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Climate and Water Cycle


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Earth History and Geologic Time


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Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Plate Tectonics


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Fossils and Dinosaurs


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Landscapes


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Mapping


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Meteorology


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Miscellaneous


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Rocks and Minerals


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Surface Processes


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Random files - Earth Science (Astronomy, Meteorology & Geology)
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Station Model398 viewsVarious weather conditions at LaGuardia Airport in New York City are shown on the station model
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Cold Front Moving641 views
Cross section below, which shows a typical cold front moving over New York State in early summer.
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ancient dunes412 viewsA cut away view of ancient dunes clearly show the large-scale cross bedding that is typical of sand dunes. This photograph was taken in Walnut Canyon, Arizona.
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Air Moving Off The Ocean And Over A Mountain679 views
Shows warm, moist air moving off the ocean and over a mountain, causing precipitation between points 1 and 2.
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Geologic Block Diagram486 views
Shows surface features and subsurface structures of a section of Montana
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cross sections surface bedrock488 viewsThe cross sections show the surface bedrock in two different locations 20 miles apart. Rock layers are labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, and X. The rock layers have not been overturned.
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Iridium Abundance In A Rock Core Sample588 views
The data table shows the abundance of iridium, in parts per billion (ppb), found in a rock core sample taken in Carlsbad, New Mexico.
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Stratigraphy367 viewsTaughannock falls stratigraphy

Last additions - Earth Science (Astronomy, Meteorology & Geology)
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Cross Section1889 viewsshows the bedrock structure of a portion of the lithosphere. Letters A through D represent locations in the lithosphere.Nov 30, 2011
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apparent path and solar noon881 viewsshow the apparent path and solar noon positions of the Sun on specific dates at three different locations on Earth.Nov 30, 2011
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modified Mercalli intensity scale damage zones 940 viewsThe map shows modified Mercalli intensity scale damage zones resulting from a large earthquake that occurred in 1964. The earthquake’s epicenter was near Anchorage, Alaska. The cities Kodiak and Anchorage are shown on the map.Nov 30, 2011
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geologic cross section1055 viewsThe rock layers have not been overturned.Nov 30, 2011
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sediment samples1001 viewsrepresent three sediment samples labeled X, Y, and Z.Nov 30, 2011
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tubes containing sediment1085 viewsshows four tubes containing 500 milliliters of sediment labeled A, B, C, and D. Each tube contains well-sorted, loosely packed particles of uniform shape and size and is open at the top. The classification of the sediment in each tube is labeled.Nov 30, 2011
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El Niño conditions930 viewsThe maps show differences in trade wind strength, ocean current direction, and water temperature associated with air-pressure changes from normal climate conditions to El Niño conditions.Nov 30, 2011
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seismogram 969 viewsThe seismogram was recorded at a seismic station and shows the arrival times of the first P-wave and S-wave from an earthquake.Nov 30, 2011