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  • 1. MacKenzie English
    Field Trip Photo Journal
    Geography 5
    November 29th, 2010
  • 2. Field Trip 1 PhotosOctober 9th, 2010
  • 3. This is a photograph of Cinder Hill along the 395. It’s a Cinder cone type of Volcano and is an Extrusive Form.10/9/2010
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  • 4. This is a photo of lava flow from surrounding volcano’s along the 395. 10/9/2010
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  • 5. This is a photograph of the Dry Owen’s River Bed along highway 395.10/9/2010
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  • 6. This is a photo of Fossil Falls which is along highway 395, near the Coso Mountain Range.10/9/2010
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  • 7. This is a photo of the Metate Holes found in some of the rocks in Fossil Falls. The hole was formed by a small pebble being swirled around by the flow of the river.10/9/2010
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  • 8. This is a photo of Obsidian Flakes found near Fossil Falls. The people used them as arrow heads.10/9/2010
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  • 9. This is a photograph of the Petroglyphs found in Fossil Falls. 10/9/2010
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  • 10. This is a photograph of House Rings found near Fossil Falls. They would cover the bottom with plants and shrubs to make them somewhat perminent.10/9/2010
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  • 11. This is a photo of the Mormon Rock formation found along highway 395. The bigger the layer of rock, the more rain fall we had that specific year.10/9/2010
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  • 12. This is a photo of the granular structure of the Mormon Rock formation. It is mainly made up of sandstone.10/9/2010
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  • 13. This is a photo of a stream bed near Mormon Rocks along highway 395.10/9/2010
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  • 14. Field Trip 2November 5th-November 7th
  • 15. This is a photograph of the Inyo Mountain Range along highway 395.11/6/2010
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  • 16. This is a photo of an Alluvial Fan on the Inyo Mountain Range along highway 395.11/6/2010
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  • 17. This is a picture of Diaz Lake.
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  • 18. This is a photo of Manzanar. One of the camps where they kept Japanese people during World War II.
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  • 19. This is a photo of Mono Lake. There are two islands in the middle of the lake, and the lake has salt water.
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  • 20. This is a photo of the former shorelines of Mono Lake.11/5/2010
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  • 21. This is a photo of the Tufa formations found in Mono Lake.11/5/2010
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  • 22. This is a photo of the glaciated valley of Panum Crater. This photo also shows the burn area.11/6/2010
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    Burn Area
  • 23. This is a photo of the Hot Creek Geologic Area found along highway 395. We were asked to photograph a fumarole but we couldn’t see it because of the brush. A fumarole is a hole in a volcanic area from which hot smoke and gases escape11/5/2010
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  • 24. This is a photograph of Convict Lake.
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  • 25. This is a photo of the lateral and terminal moraine, and the oldest rock formations in the Sierras.11/6/2010
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    Oldest rock Formations
    Lateral Moraine
    Terminal Moraine
  • 26. This is a photo of Grant Lake.
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  • 27. This is a photograph of the waterfall in the June Lake Loop.11/6/2010
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  • 28. This is a photo of Silver Lake.11/6/2010
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  • 29. I took a photo of the beadwork at the Easter California Museum. This is an example of Paiute beadwork. It interested me because of the intricate patterns and precise workmanship represented in the pieces.11/7/2010
  • 30. Extra Credit Photos
  • 31. This is a photo of a fire that we saw while at Mono Lake.11/6/2010
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    This is a picture of the Cucamonga Alluvial Fan. We passed it as we were getting on the 15 freeway.
    10/9/2010
  • 33. This is a photo of the Solar Power Plant along the 395 highway.10/9/2010
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  • 34. This is a photo of a playa, also known as a dry lake bed.10/9/2010
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  • 35. This is a photograph of the Doppler Radar Tower along highway 395.10/9/2010
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  • 36. This is a photo of the mine tailings along highway 395.10/9/2010
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  • 37. This is a photo of the Garlock Fault along the 395.10/9/2010
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  • 38. This is a photo of the California Aqueduct along highway 395.10/8/2010
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  • 39. This is a photograph of the Owen’s dry lake bed along highway 395.10/9/2010
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  • 40. This is a Cirrus type of cloud that I saw in the sky near Mono Lake.11/6/2010
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