New York Science Teacher Image Gallery

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Cross Section477 viewsThe cross section shows a portion of Earth’s crust. The age, in millions of years, of each boundary between the different sedimentary rock layers is shown. The age of boundary X between the sedimentary rock and the metamorphic rock is not shown.
May 09, 2006
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Centroceras610 views
Shows a fossil found in the surface bedrock of New York State.
May 09, 2006
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Bedrock Outcrops676 views
Bedrock outcrops A and B are located at two different locations along the Genesee River in western New York State. Rock layers 1, 2, and 4 are the same in both outcrops.
May 09, 2006
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Cross Section601 views

The cross section represents the bedrock structure beneath four landscape regions, A, B, C, and D.
May 09, 2006
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Changes In The Distribution Of Land And Water609 views
Show changes in the distribution of land and water in the Mediterranean Sea region that scientists believe took place over a period of 6 million years.
May 09, 2006
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Cross Section813 views
A through G identify rock layers and Q represents a fault. Lines W, X, Y, and Z are locations of unconformities. The rocks have not been overturned.
May 09, 2006
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Bedrock Layers641 views
Represents bedrock layers found in an outcrop. Three index fossils are found within the bedrock layers.
May 09, 2006
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Cross Section489 views
The top layer of soil contains broken rock fragments. A representative sample of this layer has been magnified.
May 09, 2006
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Cross Section619 views
Show widely separated outcrops at locations W, X, Y, and Z. The rock layers have not been overturned. Line AB in the cross section at location W represents an unconformity. Fossils are shown in some of the layers.
May 09, 2006
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Bedrock Cross Section509 views
The cross section represents part of Earth’s crust where natural gas, oil, and water have moved upward through a layer of folded sandstone and filled the pore spaces at the top of the sandstone layer.
May 09, 2006
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Cross Section428 viewsShows several rock formations found in New York State. The rock layers have not been overturned.
May 09, 2006
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Seismogram Tracings1327 views
Shows two seismogram tracings, at stations A and B, for the same earthquake. The arrival times of the P-waves and S-waves are indicated on each tracing.
May 09, 2006
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