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  • Unit 1 the earth

    1. 1. UNIT 1: The SEE, HEAR, and DO Approach toReviewing Earth Science Concepts!
    2. 2. Planet Earth
    3. 3. Solar System
    4. 4. Milky Way Galaxy
    5. 5. Milky Way Galaxy Sun Alpha Centari
    6. 6. A Spot in the Sky
    7. 7. UNDERSTANDING OUR EARTH
    8. 8. GEOLOGIC TIME
    9. 9. THE EARTH IS LIKE A PEACH
    10. 10. EARTH’S STRUCTURE
    11. 11. EARTH’S STRUCTURE
    12. 12. PLATE TECTONICS
    13. 13. Continental Drift
    14. 14. Convection Cells
    15. 15. LET’S GET OUR PLATES ON!
    16. 16. CONCLUSIONS move apart come together slide past each other
    17. 17. Divergent Boundaries• Plates are moving apart from each other• We also term these sites spreading centers.• Form what is known as a rift valley. It is at divergent plate boundaries where new crust is created.
    18. 18. Pillow Basalts
    19. 19. Convergent Boundaries• Plates are pushing into neighboring plates.• Usually a subduction zone occurs. That is when oceanic crust crashes into and slides under continental crust.• 3 convergent boundaries can occur: –continental/oceanic crust collision –oceanic/oceanic collision –continental/continental collision
    20. 20. Deep Accretionary Forearc VolcanicOcean Wedge Basin ArcTrench (1) (2) (3) (4) 1 2 3 4
    21. 21. continent is created by the subduction ofoceanic crust under oceanic crust Japan Eurasian Plate Pacific Plate
    22. 22. Indo-Australia Eurasia Plate Plate Himalayas India Tibetan plateau Suture
    23. 23. ALEUTIAN ISLANDS
    24. 24. SIERRA NEVADA
    25. 25. Transform Boundaries• Formed when two plates grind past each other.• Example: –San Andreas Fault
    26. 26. POINT REYES 26
    27. 27. Karaoke Moment
    28. 28. Practice...The wheels on the bus go round and round round and round round and round,The wheels on the bus go round and round all through the town.
    29. 29. Convection CellsThe mantle of the earthGoes round and round,Round and roundRound and round,The mantle of the earthGoes round and roundAll underground
    30. 30. Spreading CentersThe convection cells formSpreading centers Rift ValleySpreading centersSpreading centers,The convection cells formSpreading centersCreating rift valleys
    31. 31. Subduction ZonesWhen plates come togetherOne slides down, When plates come togetherOne slides down, One slides down,One slides down. We call it a subduction zone.
    32. 32. Transform FaultPlates slide past eachother at transform faultsTransform faultsTransform faults,Plates slide past eachother at transform faultsand we live next to one!S a n A n d r e a s F a u l t
    33. 33. CRUSTALDEFORMATION
    34. 34. Brittle Deformation
    35. 35. Ductile Deformation
    36. 36. 3TYPES OF STRESS• Compression: occurs when crustal rocks are squeezed together. –Often times reduces volume of rock –Will push rock higher up or deeper down into the crust
    37. 37. 3TYPES OF STRESS• Tension: is the force that pulls the rocks apart. –Tend to become thinner.
    38. 38. 3TYPES OF STRESS• Shearing: pushes rocks in the opposite horizontal direction. –Rocks can bend, twist, or break apart as they slide past each other.
    39. 39. The Results of Stress• High pressure and temperatures caused by stress in the crust generally deform rocks.• When stress is applied slowly, the deformed rock will return to it’s original shape.• In extreme stress, rock becomes so deformed it may break.
    40. 40. FOLDING• When rocks respond to stress by becoming permanently deformed without breaking it is called folding. –Folds vary in size –There are 3 general types of folds.
    41. 41. FAULTING
    42. 42. TYPES OF FAULTS• Normal fault: hanging wall moves down relative to the footwall along divergent boundary• Reverse fault: compression causes the hanging wall to move up relative to the footwall• Thrust fault: fault plane is a low angle or nearly horizontal & hanging wall is pushed up over rock• Strike-slip fault: rock on either side of the fault plane slides horizontally at transform boundaries
    43. 43. I SCRATCH YOURBACK,YOU SCRATCH MINE
    44. 44. UNLOADING AND EXFOLIATIONUplifting and fracturing of exterior layers of rock
    45. 45. IN A DOORWAY
    46. 46. EXFOLIATION
    47. 47. EARTHQUAKES
    48. 48. P Waves–Primary Waves (P waves): move fastest and are recorded first • Can travel through solid & liquid • Compression waves- cause the rock particles to move together & apart along the wave direction
    49. 49. S Waves– Secondary Waves (S waves): second to be recorded • Travel only through solid material: cannot be detected on the side of the earth opposite the epicenter…Why? Can’t go through the liquid of the earth’s outer core! • Shear waves- cause rock particles to move at right angles to the wave direction 53
    50. 50. SURFACE WAVES 54
    51. 51. 55
    52. 52. TSUNAMIS
    53. 53. VOLCANOES
    54. 54. Volcanic Rock Fragments• Volcanic ash • Volcanic dust – Particles less than 2mm – Particles less than .25 mm
    55. 55. Volcanic Rock Fragments• Lapilli • Volcanic bomb – Particles less than 64mm – Round or spindle shape
    56. 56. Volcanic Rock Fragments• Volcanic Blocks –Largest pyroclastic material, can be as big as a house!
    57. 57. Shield Volcano• Covers a wide area• Generally results from lava eruption• Layers of hot mafic lava flow out around the vent, harden, and slowly build up to form a cone.• The Hawaiian Islands are a chain ofshield volcanoes.
    58. 58. Cinder Cone• Made up of solid fragments ejected from the volcano.• Most cinder cones have very steep slopes, often close to 40 degrees.• Rarely more than a few hundred meters high.
    59. 59. Strato / Composite Volcano• Many volcanoes have both quiet and explosive eruptions.• Composite volcanoes are formed as a result of alternating layers of lava and pyroclastic material.• Also known as stratovolcanoes
    60. 60. Craters/ Calderas• A crater is a funnel-shaped pit at the top of the volcanic vent .• Formed when material is blown out of the volcano by explosion.• Calderas are formed when slippage or sinking occurs in the crater.
    61. 61. POPULAR CONES 66
    62. 62. Seasons, Solar Intensity, and Latitude
    63. 63. Summer happens when the Sun’s radiation is hitting the Earth straight on. Earth is tilited 23.5* Seasons have nothing to do with the Sun’s distance from Earth.
    64. 64. Climate and Latitude
    65. 65. SOIL
    66. 66. WHAT IS SOILWater 25% 25%Organic MatterMineral MaterialAir 5% 45%
    67. 67. PEDOSPHEREwIntersection of four sphereswHydrospherewLithospherewBiospherewAtmosphere
    68. 68. Factors affecting soil formationClimate (precipitation, temperature)Vegetation (plants)Parent material (geological/organic)Organisms (soil microbes/fauna)Relief/topography (configuration of surface)
    69. 69. Organic vs. Inorganic
    70. 70. Soil ParticlesLoam--equal mixture of sand, silt, clay, and humus.
    71. 71. “Erosion”• a natural leveling process that wears down high places; fills in low places• agents: running water, ice, wind, gravity, waves
    72. 72. “accelerated erosion”• Process by which soil particles are removed, transported and deposited; rate of removal of soil greater than rate of formation • 500 yrs / inch topsoil –Caused by removal of vegetation • agents: wind, water
    73. 73. 81
    74. 74. c. rill erosion• Sheet flow concentrates water into channels
    75. 75. d. gully erosion• Water cuts deeper into soil, rills coalesce into deep troughs• cannot (easily) be removed by tillage• most dramatic, but most soil loss is due to sheet and rill erosion
    76. 76. BRING IN THE ROCKS
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