Geology

  • Why Is Magnetite Magnetic?
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    Why Is Magnetite Magnetic?

    by Adam Calvert17 months ago

    Hasn't it ever bothered you that, despite Magnetite and Hematite's extremely similar composition, one is magnetic and the other is not? Read on to delve into the science of why!

  • How to Hunt for Rare and Beautiful Rocks and Minerals
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    How to Hunt for Rare and Beautiful Rocks and Minerals

    by Marty Andersen21 months ago

    Being a successful rock and gemstone hunter, aka rockhound, requires knowledge. This relatively inexpensive hobby can be a fun and healthy experience for the whole family. Here are some tips to help you get some...

  • Wireline Logs
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    Wireline Logs

    by Harshit Pandey2 years ago

    This project deals with nuclear log data set gathering and interpretation. 1. Porosity 2. Thickness of formations 3. Depth of formations 4. Permeability 5.Water Saturation

  • Rock Classification Lesson
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    Rock Classification Lesson

    by iijuan1213 months ago

    This is part 2 of a 6 part hands-on unit on Earth Science from a Christian perspective. Make and eat "sedimentary" Seven Layer Bars, create "metamorphic" Snickers bars, do some rock mining, and more!...

  • Oil Exploration and Drilling - How is Oil Found?
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    Oil Exploration and Drilling - How is Oil Found?

    by tjar128 weeks ago

    How do they find oil? What are some of the processes when they do find oil?

  • Earth Science: Geological Forces that Gives Life to Earth
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    Earth Science: Geological Forces that Gives Life to Earth

    by Kenneth C Agudo2 years ago

    There are six forces that give life and shape the earth, these are: diastrophism, earthquakes, mountains, plateaus, plains and volcanism. Learn the facts about it in a simplified way.

  • Marine geology, a relatively new and interesting study field in marine science!
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    Marine geology, a relatively new and interesting study field in marine science!

    by Christina Lornemark23 months ago

    Imagine that you could take away the oceans and be able to explore the ocean floor and the continental shelf just like we investigate the land area on Earth. That is a part of what marine geologists do but the...

  • Earth's Layers and Soil Composition Lesson
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    Earth's Layers and Soil Composition Lesson

    by iijuan1213 months ago

    This is part 1 of a 6 part hands-on unit on Earth Science from a Christian perspective. Make an edible model of the earth, act out each of the Earth's layers, do core testing on a cupcake, make oobleck, and more! My...

  • The Naica Crystal Caves in Mexico
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    The Naica Crystal Caves in Mexico

    by Melvin Porter2 years ago

    The Crystal Caves in Mexico are most usually caves in the world. These are the hottest caves and contain some of the largest crystal formation of any cave in the world. Unfortunately, these beautiful caves will...

  • What Are Honeycomb Rocks?
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    What Are Honeycomb Rocks?

    by Jeanne Grunert3 years ago

    Honeycomb rocks are beautiful rock formations created by weathering and mountain building processes. Learn more about these rocks and the geological processes that create honeycomb rocks.

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