OAKS state test starts April 8th! Review ALL science material (life, physical & earth science)
Chapter 10 OYOT
On a separate piece of paper
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Due the day of the test: Wednesday, March 13th
10.1 What observations about our planet can be explained by catastrophism?
10.2 What observations about our planet cannot be explained by catastrophism?
10.3 Describe the best conditions for a fossil to form.
10.4 How does uniformitarianism relate to the relative-age dating of landforms?
10.5 Why would fossils be more helpful than rock types in correlating rock layers on two different continents?
10.6 Why are radioactive isotopes more useful for dating igneous rocks than they are for dating sedimentary rocks?
Chapter 9 OYOT
9.1. What chapter-related event happened in Klamath Falls in 1993? Explain the scale and effects of the event, and if your family lived here then, ask them what they remember.
9.2. How do seismologists evaluate the risk of earthquakes?
9.3. What are the three types of faults, and how do they relate to tectonic plate movement?
9.4. How do volcanoes affect the climate?
9.5. List the name AND type of three volcanoes found within a 100-mile radius of Klamath Falls. Are any of your three considered active?
9.6. Explain how magma chemistry (specifically the amount of dissolved gases and silica content) affects how volcanoes erupt. Be specific!
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