New York Science Teacher Image Gallery

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Rock Under Cutting357 viewsNice shot showing the softer sub rock layer which has been eroded away by running water. Harder top layer remains uneffected by water
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Rock Under Cutting313 viewsNice shot showing the softer sub rock layer which has been eroded away by running water. Harder top layer remains uneffected by water
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Stream Drainage Pattern387 viewsMap view of a stream drainage pattern.
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Wind Driven Sand Particles462 viewsShows the movement of wind-driven sand particles that strike a partly exposed basalt cobble located at the surface of a windy desert.
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Rates Of Erosion In Regions Of Different Relief368 viewsEach dot on the graph below shows the result of separate scientific studies of the relationship between the rates of erosion in regions of different relief. Relief is the local difference between the highest and the lowest elevations.
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Stream Depoaition467 viewsNormal pattern of sediments deposited where a stream enters a lake. Letter X represents a particular type of sediment.
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Loosely Packed Sediment Samples575 viewsWater was poured slowly into four cups containing equal volumes of loosely packed sediment samples
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Three Types Of Streams576 viewsBlock diagrams below, which show three types of streams with equal volumes.
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Settling Tube424 viewsWhich shows a clear plastic tube containing water and a beaker containing a mixture of rounded quartz grains of different sizes.
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Tombstone Weathering523 viewsShow dates on tombstones found in a cemetery in St. Remy, New York. The tombstones were 5 meters apart and both faced north. Tombstone A had dates cut into the rock in 1922. Tombstone B had dates cut into the rock in 1892.
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Sediment-laden River Flowing Into The Ocean406 viewsThe arrows show the direction of river flow. Different zones of sorted sediments, A, B, C, and D, have been labeled. Sediments have been taken from these zones and measured. The data table shows the range of sediment sizes in each zone.
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Soil Profile410 viewsSoil Profile
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