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Some sample illustrations I rendered for college-level educational textbooks (Electronic Publishing Services, Inc.)

Some sample illustrations I rendered for college-level educational textbooks (Electronic Publishing Services, Inc.)


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  • 1. EPS1.pdf 10/25/07 11:15:11 PM Supports population 1,000 bugs of 1,000,000 bugs per frog 1,000 frogs 2m2 per frog 120 frogs 10L per frog Pond 100 frogs Surface area = 240m2 Volume = 10,000L Salt grass Marsh grass Pickleweed Cord grass Highest spring tide Mean high tide Mean low tide Eelgrass (a) (b)
  • 2. EPS2.pdf 10/25/07 11:15:59 PM Movement of fronts Warm Cold Cool • T = 35°F • T = 40°F • T = 52°F • T = 50°F D C B A High (6–12 km) Cirrus Cirrostratus Cirrocumulus (C) (Cs) (Cc) Middle (2–7 km) Altostratus (As) Altocumulus Cumulonimbus (Ac) (Cb) Nimbostratus (Ns) Nimbostratus (Ns) Stratocumulus Cumulus (Sc) (Cu) Low (0–2 km) Stratus (S) Fog Wispy Flat Cellular, wavy Vertically developed (stratiform) (cumuliform)
  • 3. EPS3.pdf 10/25/07 11:16:12 PM Continental volcanoes Oceanic ridge Oceanic trench Sea level Passive margin Active margin Oceanic crust Lithosphere Magma Subduction zone Asthenosphere Magma a. Continent undergoes extension. The crust is b. Continent tears in two. Continent edges are thinned and a rift valley forms. faulted and uplifted. Basalt eruptions form oceanic crust. Lava (basalt) eruptions Rift valley Continental crust Fault blocks Narrow sea Mantle c. Continental sediments blanket the subsiding margins to form continental shelves. The ocean widens and a midoceanic ridge develops, as in the Atlantic Ocean. Continental shelf Midoceanic ridge Sea level
  • 4. EPS4.pdf 10/25/07 11:16:24 PM Direction of Rayleigh wave propagation a. Rayleigh wave Side-by-side motion Direction of Love wave propagation b. Love wave Midocean Volcanic spreading ridge island Deep sea trench Oceanic Island chain Continent crust Island Seamounts arc le ant 6 60 k rm md pe eep Up tr a ntle Older ns Subduction r ma it ion we plume z zone Lo r New dary laye on boun plume e a ntle -m re Molten core Co Subduction zone
  • 5. EPS5.pdf 10/25/07 11:16:34 PM Rustic Traditional polyculture Commercial polyculture Technical Shade Unshaded monoculture Traditional Modern Coastal/Intertidal Pelagic 0m Epipelagic 200m Mesopelagic 1500m Hadal
  • 6. EPS6.pdf 10/25/07 11:16:45 PM Flow direction Flow direction of stream of stream Water table ta ble Water (a) Gaining stream (b) Losing stream Oxygen in Oxygen in Oxygen in Oxygen in Oxygen Oxygen Oxygen used used used Wastewater Decomposition Decomposition Decomposition Saturation level Dissolved oxygen Dissolved oxygen Dissolved deficit Critical oxygen point Dissolved oxygen Distance downstream from wastewater emission
  • 7. EPS7.pdf 10/25/07 11:16:54 PM Production and manufacturing Resource supply Consumption Waste or losses Waste or losses Post-consumer discards Recycled flow Recycling Renewable and nonrenewable resources Landfills, impoundments, deep wells, and ocean disposal; releases to air, land, and water
  • 8. EPS8.pdf 10/25/07 11:17:06 PM Nuclear Fusion Nuclear Fission Plasma reaction conditions at 100 million °C Tritium (T) + + Energy Energy Energy 4He n Deuterium (D) Neutron Free neutrons Energy Uranium-235 Raw zinc ore 3.1% Zn 9,106,000 (286,000 Zn) + Tailings (0.38% Zn) 8,674,000 (32,000 Zn) Zinc mining overburden Zinc ore 12,043,000 concentrate 432,000 Slab zinc product 241,000 Zn Zinc in Zinc in tailings overburden 32,000 Zn Slag Sulfur <1% Zn? 8% loss 68,000 125,000 Zinc in slag Zinc in dust 12,000 Zn
  • 9. EPS9.pdf 10/25/07 11:17:18 PM Water temperature = Dew point Air temperature temperature until moisture Begin with water Slowly add ice ... forms on outside at air temperature. watch temperature fall ... of container. Straw Spilled drink Drink removed a. b.
  • 10. EPS10.pdf 10/25/07 11:17:43 PM Recharge Wetland Well Well Gaining stream Water table a. Saturated zone Unsaturated zone Well Water table Well Losing stream b. tion ma bli 720 Su High-altitude ition Water vapor Humid air winds os ep D Polar region Conde ation poration 540 Tropical ns Solid ice Alpine region Eva glaciers Ocean M elt ing Continental 80 Liquid water Fr crust ee zin g
  • 11. EPS11.pdf 10/25/07 11:17:54 PM North magnetic pole Geographic north pole ° 11.5 S N N N S S N N S S N Geographic S south pole South magnetic A Dobson unit (DU) is pole simply a measurement of how thick the ozone layer would be if it was at sea O3 level and at 0˚ C. Area Covered by Column Water temperature = Dew point Air temperature temperature until moisture Begin with water Slowly add ice ... forms on outside at air temperature. watch temperature fall ... of container.