Module 12. Virtual Field Trip To Tempe Butte

http: //reynolds.asu.edu/glg103_online/ch12.htmlbased on this site i need help for this..anyone can help this in 2 hours from now?(1) Do not color with crayon or markers – use colored pencils(2) Indicate your contact lines (boundaries) between rock units with a thin, dark, line(3) Color neatly, consistently, and within the contact lines (boundaries) that you drew on your mapHelpful hint 1: For Painted Canyon, the contacts between rock types was flat lying. For this exericse, the contact between rock units on Tempe Butte is at an angle (not flat lying). Thus, the contact you draw on your cross section should be at the same angle described in the virtual field trip. It should NOT be horizontal in your cross section.Helpful hint 2: There are three main rocks in this exercise: (1) sedimentary rocks/sandstone and mudstone (sometimes referred to as red beds), (2) andesite, (3) alluvium. There is a fourth rock mentioned in the virtual field trip, the volcanic ash, that you can include on your map and legend, but this is optional.Helpful hint 3: For the geologic history part of this exercise, list the following five events in proper order and in bullet form on the worksheet (they are presented here out of order). Place the oldest event at the bottom of your list and the youngest event at the top of your list: rocks are tilted, flooding of modern Salt River deposit sediment (alluvium) and forms terrace, volcanic eruption deposits andesite in lava flow, ancient river deposits layers of sand and mud,Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe ButteName____________________________________This copy of the map is to be uploaded as your final map accompanying the report.146Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe ButteLegend for Map and Cross SectionRockUnitsName of Rock UnitColor boxes in legend with same colors used to show rock unit on map and section.Construct a bullet list below summarizing the geologic history of the area. List the oldest event at thebottom of the list, and the youngest event at the top of the list.147

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Module 12. Virtual Field Trip To Tempe Butte

http: //reynolds.asu.edu/glg103_online/ch12.htmlbased on this site i need help for this..anyone can help this in 2 hours from now?(1) Do not color with crayon or markers – use colored pencils(2) Indicate your contact lines (boundaries) between rock units with a thin, dark, line(3) Color neatly, consistently, and within the contact lines (boundaries) that you drew on your mapHelpful hint 1: For Painted Canyon, the contacts between rock types was flat lying. For this exericse, the contact between rock units on Tempe Butte is at an angle (not flat lying). Thus, the contact you draw on your cross section should be at the same angle described in the virtual field trip. It should NOT be horizontal in your cross section.Helpful hint 2: There are three main rocks in this exercise: (1) sedimentary rocks/sandstone and mudstone (sometimes referred to as red beds), (2) andesite, (3) alluvium. There is a fourth rock mentioned in the virtual field trip, the volcanic ash, that you can include on your map and legend, but this is optional.Helpful hint 3: For the geologic history part of this exercise, list the following five events in proper order and in bullet form on the worksheet (they are presented here out of order). Place the oldest event at the bottom of your list and the youngest event at the top of your list: rocks are tilted, flooding of modern Salt River deposit sediment (alluvium) and forms terrace, volcanic eruption deposits andesite in lava flow, ancient river deposits layers of sand and mud,Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe ButteName____________________________________This copy of the map is to be uploaded as your final map accompanying the report.146Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe ButteLegend for Map and Cross SectionRockUnitsName of Rock UnitColor boxes in legend with same colors used to show rock unit on map and section.Construct a bullet list below summarizing the geologic history of the area. List the oldest event at thebottom of the list, and the youngest event at the top of the list.147

Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe Butte

Question
http://reynolds.asu.edu/glg103_online/ch12.html
based on this site i need help for this..anyone can help this in 2 hours from now?

(1) Do not color with crayon or markers – use colored pencils

(2) Indicate your contact lines (boundaries) between rock units with a thin, dark, line

(3) Color neatly, consistently, and within the contact lines (boundaries) that you drew on your map

Helpful hint 1: For Painted Canyon, the contacts between rock types was flat lying. For this exericse, the contact between rock units on Tempe Butte is at an angle (not flat lying). Thus, the contact you draw on your cross section should be at the same angle described in the virtual field trip. It should NOT be horizontal in your cross section.

Helpful hint 2: There are three main rocks in this exercise: (1) sedimentary rocks/sandstone and mudstone (sometimes referred to as red beds); (2) andesite; (3) alluvium. There is a fourth rock mentioned in the virtual field trip, the volcanic ash, that you can include on your map and legend, but this is optional.

Helpful hint 3: For the geologic history part of this exercise, list the following five events in proper order and in bullet form on the worksheet (they are presented here out of order). Place the oldest event at the bottom of your list and the youngest event at the top of your list: rocks are tilted, flooding of modern Salt River deposit sediment (alluvium) and forms terrace, volcanic eruption deposits andesite in lava flow, ancient river deposits layers of sand and mud,
Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe Butte

Name____________________________________
This copy of the map is to be uploaded as your final map accompanying the report.

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Module 12. Virtual Field Trip to Tempe Butte

Legend for Map and Cross Section
Rock
Units

Name of Rock Unit

Color boxes in legend with same colors used to show rock unit on map and section.
Construct a bullet list below summarizing the geologic history of the area. List the oldest event at the
bottom of the list, and the youngest event at the top of the list.

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