New York Science Teacher Image Gallery

your source of science images, photos and technical drawings

Last additions - tbrisley
creek_seds4a.jpg
Creek Bed Sediments582 viewsThe sediments along the Schoharie Creek show that the creek has changed its course over time.Jul 17, 2006
blenheim_power_plant_close.jpg
Hydroelectric Station843 viewsThis hydroelectric station is the Blenheim-Gilboa Power Project, which is a part of the New York Power Authority. Electricity is generated through the force of running water. More about this facility can be found at: http://www.nypa.gov/facilities/blengil.htmJul 17, 2006
aqueduct.jpg
Aqueduct604 viewsThis aqueduct once carried the Erie Canal over the Schoharie Creek.Jul 16, 2006
batavia_flood_gage2.jpg
Flood Gauge on the Batavia Kill561 viewsA flood gauge used by the USGS to monitor the flow of a stream in upstate New York.Jul 16, 2006
vromansnose-ripplemarks2.jpg
Vroman's Nose - Ripple Marks612 viewsAlong with marine fossils, ripple marks can be seen at the top of Vroman's Nose.Jul 16, 2006
vromansnose-marinefossils1.jpg
Vroman's Nose - Marine Fossils757 views600 feet above the valley floor, and 1220 feet above sea level are marine fossils from the Devonian sea that once covered this area.Jul 16, 2006
vromans_nose.jpg
Vroman's Nose691 viewsA view across the Schoharie Valley of Vroman's Nose. This landform was carved by Pleistocene glaciation. The outcrops on the front were plucked by ice. There is a hiking trail to the top that will be rewarded with spectacular views of the valley, as well as glacial features and marine fossils.Jul 16, 2006
vromansnose-striations3.jpg
Glacial Striations - Vroman's Nose Middleburg, NY707 viewsNice view of striations at the top of a local landmark - Vroman's Nose. Note that there can be clearly seen two sets of striations slightly askew to one another, suggesting at least two episodes of moving ice.Jul 16, 2006
8 files on 1 page(s)