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Part 1 of 3 photo journal

  1. 1. GEO-5 PHOTO JOURNAL Juan Carlos Lopez Professor Schmidt Geography 5 LabSpring Semester 2012
  2. 2. CINDER HILL IS A CINDER CONE VOLCANO BECAUSE OF THE VOLCANIC DEBRIS THAT ACCUMULATES AROUND AND DOWNWARD FROM ITS VOLCANIC VENT.
  3. 3. THESE LAVA FLOWS WERE MADE FROM THE COOLING LAVA THAT RAN DOWN FROM THE VOLCANO.
  4. 4. THIS IMAGE DISPLAYS A DRIED UP STREAM BED NEAR FOSSIL FALLS.
  5. 5. FOSSIL FALLS IS A DRIED UP WATERFALL WHICH WAS FORMED BY THE MELT WATERS FROM GLACIERS IN THE SIERRA NEVADAS WHICH FLOWED INTO THE OWENS RIVER.
  6. 6. FOSSIL FALLS IS LOCATED IN INYO COUNTY, CA.
  7. 7. THE METATE HOLES WERE FORMED BY THEWATER FLOW WHICH ALLOWED DEBRIS TO CUT HOLES INTO THE ROCKS.
  8. 8. OBSIDIAN FLAKES ARE NATURALLY FORMEDVOLCANIC GLASS THAT WERE USED BY NATIVE AMERICANS AS TOOLS DUE TO THEIR SHARP EDGES.
  9. 9. PETROGLYPHS ARE PICTOGRAM IMAGES CARVED ON ROCKS BY THE PREHISTORIC NATIVEAMERICANS LIVING IN THE COSO DESERT REGION.
  10. 10. DUE TO THE FACT THAT NATIVE AMERICANS MIGRATED SEASONALLY, THEY WOULD BUILDTHESE RINGS TO BE USED AS LIVING AREAS, ASWELL AS REMINDER OF WHERE THEY STAYED AT WHEN THEY RETURNED.
  11. 11. MORMON ROCKS GOT ITS NAME FROM MORMONSETTLERS WHO MOVED FROM UTAH TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA, USING THESE ROCKS AS THEIR LANDMARK. THESE ROCKS GOT THEIR FORM DUE TO THE SPILTTING OF THE NORTH AMERICAN AND PACIFIC PLATE.
  12. 12. MORMON ROCKS IS COMPOSED OF SEDIMENTARY ROCK OVERTIME.
  13. 13. THE STREAM BED IS PART OF THE SAN ANDREAS RIFT ZONE THAT SEPREATES BOTH THE NORTH AMERICAN AND PACIFIC PLATES.
  14. 14. DIAZ LAKE WAS CREATED AS A RESULT OF THEBIG EARTHQUAKE OF 1872 WHICH CAUSED THE LAND TO SINK.
  15. 15. THE EARTHQUAKE OF 1872 CAUSED THEDESTRUCTION OF MANY NEARBY TOWNS.

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