New York Science Teacher Image Gallery

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Last additions - Earth History and Geologic Time
Cross Section1937 viewsshows the bedrock structure of a portion of the lithosphere. Letters A through D represent locations in the lithosphere.Nov 30, 2011
geologic cross section1117 viewsThe rock layers have not been overturned.Nov 30, 2011
Geologic Cross Section489 viewsRock layers A through E have been labeled. Two index fossils are shown and their locations within the rock layers are indicated.Nov 30, 2011
events in the history of Earth455 viewsshows specific events in the history of Earth from the beginning of the universe to the present.Nov 30, 2011
cross sections surface bedrock521 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.Nov 30, 2011
Rock cross section435 viewscross section shows a portion of Earth’s crust.Nov 29, 2011
radioactive decay482 viewsThe table below shows how the radioactive decay of potassium-40 can be used to determine the age of a rock.Nov 29, 2011
Cross Section465 viewsLetters A through H represent rock units in which overturning has not occurred.Nov 29, 2011
block diagram459 viewsblock diagram below, which shows rock units that have not been overturnedNov 28, 2011
cross section 408 viewscross section Nov 28, 2011
Cross section458 viewsThe cross section shows the general bedrock structure of an area containing three different landscape regions, A, B, and C.Nov 28, 2011
Mud Cracks626 viewsThese are mud cracks left in shales that were formed along the edges of an ancient lake bed. They indicate periods of dry climate. May 11, 2006
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