Just Submitted Earth Science Files

Below are a listing of files that have been recently submitted. They are in order of newest to oldest. There are 508 files.

Google Earth Project
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
This is a project that I threw together during our winter Regents week. It's a project that has the kids create a Google Earth tour of a specific type of landform or of an area of geologic interest.

Google Earth Manual
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
I've put together a manual to serve as an introduction for Earth Science teachers to the Google Earth program. I include basic information (how to navigate, etc) and more advanced information such as how to construct tours and create image overlays.

Temperature/Luminosity Chart
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
Temp./Luminosity Chart- This powerpoint will help teach the parts of the Temperature/Luminosity graph in the Reference Tables.

Rock Cycle Powerpoint
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
Rock Cycle Powerpoint- This powerpoint will help teach the parts of the Rock Cycle Chart in the Reference Tables.

Plotting Epicenters
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
The data below shows the P- and S-wave arrival time difference determined from seismograms from three different cities, for three different earthquake events. Use your travel time curve to determine the distance to epicenter for each city/earthquake.

NYS Landscapes By Drew Patrick
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
Students use page 2 + 3 of their Earth Science Reference Tables to answer questions about New York State Landscapes.

Metamorphic Rocks
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
An introduction and intended to familiarize students with using their ESRT for metamorphic rocks. Should be followed up by an identification laboratory.

Earth's Interior Powerpoint
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
This powerpoint will help teach the parts of the Earth's Interior Chart in the Reference Tables.

Travel Time Curve
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
Students use their reference tables to answer questions regarding earthquake epicenters and time of origin.

Lab - Shoebox Topo Map
Date Submitted: 2005-09-01
In this investigation you will work with an elevation field model (the island in the shoe box.) Often, it is helpful to represent a three-dimensional feature on a two-dimensional map.