Applications and Investigations in Earth Science (9th Edition) - 9th Edition - by Edward J. Tarbuck, Frederick K. Lutgens, Dennis G. Tasa - ISBN 9780134746241
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9th Edition
Edward J. Tarbuck, Frederick K. Lutgens, Dennis G. Tasa
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134746241

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Chapter 1.10 - Mineral GroupsChapter 2 - Rocks And The Rock CycleChapter 2.1 - Rock Groups And The Rock CycleChapter 2.2 - Igneous Rock TexturesChapter 2.3 - Composition Of Igneous RocksChapter 2.4 - Identifying Igneous RocksChapter 2.5 - Classifying Sedimentary RocksChapter 2.6 - Identifying Sedimentary RocksChapter 2.7 - Sedimentary EnvironmentsChapter 3 - Plate TectonicsChapter 3.1 - From Continental Drift To Plate TectonicsChapter 3.2 - Plate BoundariesChapter 3.3A - Evidence: The Continental Jigsaw Puzzle: The Continental Jigsaw PuzzleChapter 3.3B - Evidence: The Continental Jigsaw Puzzle: Matching Rock TypesChapter 3.5 - Evidence: Deep-focus EarthquakesChapter 3.6 - Evidence: PaleomagnetismChapter 3.7A - Paleomagnetism And Seafloor Spreading: Paleomagnetism And Seafloor SpreadingChapter 3.7B - Paleomagnetism And Seafloor Spreading: Calculating The Rate Of Seafloor SpreadingChapter 3.7C - Paleomagnetism And Seafloor Spreading: Determining The Ages Of Ocean BasinsChapter 3.8 - Hot Spots And Plate VelocitiesChapter 4 - Earthquakes And Earth's InteriorChapter 4.1 - EarthquakesChapter 4.2A - Locating An Earthquake: Using A Travel-time GraphChapter 4.2B - Locating An Earthquake: Locating An EarthquakeChapter 4.3 - Global Distribution Of EarthquakesChapter 4.4 - The Earth Beyond Our ViewChapter 4.5 - Earth's Internal TemperatureChapter 4.6 - Melting Temperatures Of RocksChapter 5 - Volcanism And Volcanic HazardsChapter 5.1 - The Nature Of Volcanic EruptionsChapter 5.2 - Shield VolcanoesChapter 5.3 - Cinder ConesChapter 5.4 - Composite VolcanoesChapter 5.5A - Volcanic Hazards: Mount RainierChapter 5.5B - Volcanic Hazards: Mount St. HelensChapter 6 - Geologic Maps, Block Diagrams, And Rock StructuresChapter 6.1 - DeformationChapter 6.2 - Describing The Orientation Of Geologic Structures: Strike And DipChapter 6.3 - Geologic Maps And Block DiagramsChapter 6.4A - Folds: Rock Structures Formed By Ductile Deformation: Examining FoldsChapter 6.4B - Folds: Rock Structures Formed By Ductile Deformation: Examining Domes And BasinsChapter 6.5 - Faults: Rock Structures Formed By Brittle DeformationChapter 6.6 - Examining Geologic MapsChapter 7 - Aerial Photographs, Satellite Images, And Topographic MapsChapter 7.1 - Aerial PhotographsChapter 7.2 - Satellite ImagesChapter 7.3 - Topographic MapsChapter 7.4 - Map ScalesChapter 7.6 - Reading Contour LinesChapter 7.7 - Constructing A Topographic MapChapter 7.8 - Drawing A Topographic ProfileChapter 7.9 - Analysis Of A Topographic MapChapter 8 - Shaping Earth's Surface: Running Water And GroundwaterChapter 8.1 - Examining The Hydrologic CycleChapter 8.2 - Infiltration And RunoffChapter 8.3 - Infiltration And Runoff In Urban AreasChapter 8.4A - Running Water: Examining The Portage, Montana, Topographic MapChapter 8.4B - Running Water: Examining The Angelica, New York, Topographic MapChapter 8.4C - Running Water: Examining The Campti, Louisiana, Topographic MapChapter 8.5 - GroundwaterChapter 8.6 - Groundwater MovementChapter 8.7 - Ground SubsidenceChapter 8.8 - Karst TopographyChapter 9 - Shaping Earth's Surface: Arid And Glacial LandscapesChapter 9.1 - DesertsChapter 9.2 - Evolution Of A Mountainous Desert LandscapeChapter 9.3 - Glaciers And Ice SheetsChapter 9.4 - Depositional Features Of GlaciersChapter 9.5 - Depositional Features Associated With Ice SheetsChapter 9.6A - Erosional Features Associated With Valley Glaciers: How Glaciation Affects Mountainous TopographyChapter 9.6B - Erosional Features Associated With Valley Glaciers: Identifying Glacial Features On A Topographic MapChapter 10 - Geologic TimeChapter 10.1 - Numerical And Relative DatesChapter 10.2 - Relative Dating Principles: Original Horizontality And SuperpositionChapter 10.3 - Relative Dating Principles: Cross-cutting And InclusionsChapter 10.4 - Relative Dating Principles: UnconformitiesChapter 10.5 - Applying Relative Dating PrinciplesChapter 10.6 - Types Of FossilsChapter 10.7 - Fossils As Time IndicatorsChapter 10.8 - Numerical Dating With RadioactivityChapter 10.9 - Applying Multiple Dating TechniquesChapter 10.10 - The Magnitude Of Geologic TimeChapter 11 - Introduction To OceanographyChapter 11.1A - Extent Of The Oceans: Extent Of The OceansChapter 11.1B - Extent Of The Oceans: Distribution Of Land And WaterChapter 11.2 - Measuring Ocean DepthsChapter 11.3 - Ocean Basin TopographyChapter 11.4A - Salinity And Density Currents: Salinity-density ExperimentChapter 11.4B - Salinity And Density Currents: Comparing Water Salinity At Various LatitudesChapter 11.5A - Water Temperatures Influence Density: Temperature-density ExperimentChapter 11.5B - Water Temperatures Influence Density: Comparing The Temperature And Density Of SeawaterChapter 12 - Waves, Currents, And TidesChapter 12.1 - Waves CharacteristicsChapter 12.2 - Deep- Versus Shallow-water WavesChapter 12.3 - Wave RefractionChapter 12.4 - Longshore TransportChapter 12.5A - Shoreline Features: Identifying Shoreline FeaturesChapter 12.5B - Shoreline Features: Identifying Shoreline Features On A Topographic MapChapter 12.6 - Surface-ocean CurrentsChapter 12.7 - Deep-ocean CirculationChapter 12.8A - Tides: Spring And Neap TidesChapter 12.8B - Tides: Examining Basic Tidal PatternsChapter 12.8C - Tides: Examining Tidal Data For Long Beach, New YorkChapter 13 - Earth-sun RelationshipsChapter 13.1 - Solar Radiation And The SeasonsChapter 13.2 - Variations In Solar Energy Throughout The YearChapter 13.3 - Using An AnalemmaChapter 13.4 - Calculating The Noon Sun AngleChapter 13.5 - Using The Noon Sun Angle To Determine LatitudeChapter 13.6 - Solar Radiation At The Outer Edge Of The AtmosphereChapter 14 - Heating The AtmosphereChapter 14.1 - Radiation And The Electromagnetic SpectrumChapter 14.2 - What Happens To Incoming Solar Radiation?Chapter 14.3 - Heating Earth's Atmosphere: The Greenhouse EffectChapter 14.4A - Factors Influencing The Heating Of Earth's Surface: Experiment: The Influence Of Color On AlbedoChapter 14.4B - Factors Influencing The Heating Of Earth's Surface: Experiment: Differential Heating Of Land And WaterChapter 14.5 - Air Temperature DataChapter 14.6 - Global Temperature PatternsChapter 14.7 - WindchillChapter 15 - Atmospheric Moisture, Pressure, And WindChapter 15.1A - Changes Of State: Changes Of StateChapter 15.1B - Changes Of State: Latent Heat ExperimentChapter 15.2 - Humidity: Water Vapor In The AirChapter 15.3A - Relative Humidity: Calculating Relative HumidityChapter 15.3B - Relative Humidity: Relative Humidity Versus Water-vapor ContentChapter 15.4 - Dew-point TemperatureChapter 15.5 - Using A PsychrometerChapter 15.6 - Condensation And Dew-point TemperatureChapter 15.7 - Daily Temperature Changes And HumidityChapter 15.8 - Adiabatic Processes And Cloud FormationChapter 15.9 - Atmospheric PressureChapter 15.10 - The Driving Force Of Wind: The Pressure Gradient ForceChapter 15.11 - Factor Affecting Wind Direction: The Coriolis EffectChapter 15.12 - Global Patterns Of PrecipitationChapter 16 - Air Masses, Midlatitude Cyclones, And Weather MapsChapter 16.1 - Air MassesChapter 16.2 - FrontsChapter 16.3 - Midlatitude CyclonesChapter 16.4 - Weather Station Analysis And ForecastingChapter 16.5 - Preparing A Weather Map And ForecastChapter 17 - Global ClimatesChapter 17.1A - Controls Of Climate: Controls Of ClimateChapter 17.1B - Controls Of Climate: Global TemperaturesChapter 17.2 - Using A ClimographChapter 17.3 - The Nature Of ClassificationChapter 17.4 - Koppen System Of Climate ClassificationChapter 17.5 - Humid Tropical (a) ClimatesChapter 17.6 - Dry (b) ClimatesChapter 17.7 - Humid Middle-latitude (c) Climates (mild Winters)Chapter 17.8 - Humid Middle-latitude (d) Climates (severe Winters)Chapter 17.9 - Polar (e) ClimatesChapter 17.10 - Highland ClimatesChapter 17.11 - Climates Of North AmericaChapter 18 - Astronomical ObservationsChapter 18.1A - Measuring The Position Of The Sun: Sunset ObservationsChapter 18.1B - Measuring The Position Of The Sun: Measuring The Noon Sun AngleChapter 18.2 - Measuring The Position Of The MoonChapter 18.3 - Observing The StarsChapter 19 - Patterns In The Solar SystemChapter 19.1 - The Nebular TheoryChapter 19.2 - Comparing The Sizes Of The PlanetsChapter 19.3 - Spacing Of The PlanetsChapter 19.4 - Inclinations Of Planetary OrbitsChapter 19.5A - Mass And Density Of Planets: Comparing Planetary MassesChapter 19.5B - Mass And Density Of Planets: Comparing The Number Of Moons To Planetary MassesChapter 19.5C - Mass And Density Of Planets: Comparing A Planet's Diameter To Its DensityChapter 19.6A - Rotation And Orbital Period: Rotation And Orbital PeriodChapter 19.6B - Rotation And Orbital Period: Kepler's Third Law Of Planetary MotionChapter 19.7 - Temperatures On Terrestrial PlanetsChapter 20 - Locating The PlanetsChapter 20.1A - A Model Of The Inner Solar System: Locating A Planet Using The Reference CircleChapter 20.1B - A Model Of The Inner Solar System: Locating A Planet Among The ConstellationsChapter 20.2 - Comparing Orbital Periods Of The PlanetsChapter 20.3 - Retrograde MotionChapter 20.4 - Viewing A Planet From EarthChapter 21 - Examining The Terrestrial PlanetsChapter 21.1A - Geologic Processes: VolcanismChapter 21.1B - Geologic Processes: Tectonic ActivityChapter 21.1C - Geologic Processes: GradationChapter 21.1D - Geologic Processes: Impact CrateringChapter 21.2 - Landforms On The MoonChapter 21.3 - Landforms On MercuryChapter 21.4 - Landforms On VenusChapter 21.5 - Landforms On MarsChapter 21.6 - Determining The Relative Ages Of LandformsChapter 21.7 - Impact Cratering ExperimentChapter 22 - Motions Of The Earth-moon SystemChapter 22.1A - Phases Of The Moon: Phases Of The MoonChapter 22.1B - Phases Of The Moon: Observing The Phases Of The MoonChapter 22.2 - Synodic And Sidereal MonthsChapter 22.3 - EclipsesChapter 23 - Location And Distance On EarthChapter 23.1 - Earth's Grid SystemChapter 23.2 - Determining LatitudeChapter 23.3 - Determining LongitudeChapter 23.4 - Using Earth's Grid SystemChapter 23.5A - Great Circles And Small Circles: Great CirclesChapter 23.5B - Great Circles And Small Circles: Small CirclesChapter 23.6A - Determining Distance Along A Great Circle: Determining Distance Along A Meridian Or The EquatorChapter 23.6B - Determining Distance Along A Great Circle: Globe And String Method For Determining DistanceChapter 23.7 - Determining Distance Along A ParallelChapter 23.8A - Longitude And Solar Time: Longitude And Solar TimeChapter 23.8B - Longitude And Solar Time: Using A Chronometer To Determine LongitudeChapter 23.9 - Latitude And The North StarChapter 24 - The Metric System, Measurements, And Scientific InquiryChapter 24.1 - The Metric SystemChapter 24.2 - Metric ConversionsChapter 24.3 - Metric-english ConversionsChapter 24.4 - Temperature ScalesChapter 24.5A - Other Units Of Measurement: Measuring Very Small ObjectsChapter 24.5B - Other Units Of Measurement: Measuring Very Great DistancesChapter 24.6 - Density And Specific GravityChapter 24.7 - Methods Of Scientific Inquiry

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