Science Journal Catch-up Resources
Assignment
Links to help you get it done
Siphon Station
Explain how siphons work.  Use diagrams and a paragraph to explain.  Be sure to identify the error that
stayed in the Oxford English Dictionary for 99 years!
These links should help:
Gravity Erosion Notes & Questions 1-5
Page 64, Page 65, Page 66,
Page 67, Page 68
Surface Water Notes and Questions 1-5
Page 92, Page 93, Page 94,
Page 95, Page 96, Page 97,
Page 98, Page 99, Page 100,
Page 101, Page 102
Theory of Plate Tectonics (page 106-115) Notes and
Questions 1-5
Note:  These are "pictures" in JPEG format.  
This is different from most of the other textbook files, which are in PDF format.
Page 106, Page 107, Page 108,
Page 109, Page 110, Page 111,
Page 112, Page 113, Page 114,
Page 115
Top Down Web of Convergent Boundaries
Here it is!  Use this to help you remember what happens at different CONVERGENT BOUNDARIES.
Continental Drift  Notes and Questions 1-5
Page 98, Page 99, Page 100,
Page 101
Seafloor Spreading Notes and Questions 1-5.
Page 102, Page 103, Page 104
Volcano Reading 1 Notes and Questions 1-5
Page 156, Page 157, Page 158,
Page 159, Page 160, Page 161
Volcano Reading 2 Notes and Questions 1-5
Page 162, Page 163, Page 164,
Page 165, Page 166, Page 167,
Page 168, Page 169
Volcano Reading 3 Notes and Questions 1-5
Page 171, Page 172, Page 173,
Page 174, Page 175
Notes on Magma 11/1
Here they are!  Be sure to look at the links in the next box below for more information and graphics.
How do volcanoes get their magma (redrafting of Do
Now Prompt from 11/1
Revise your Do Now from 11/1.  Explain the three basic ways that volcanoes can get their magma.
Remember that most magma comes from the lower crust and the upper mantle.  Also remember that the
mantle is NOT made of magma.  It is SOLID, though it flows slowly in convection currents.

Links to information on how volcanoes get their magma:
Plate Boundary Poster Notes
Take notes on at least 4 types of plate boundaries, using the posters in the hall outside of our class.
C-CC Top Down Web
Here it is!
D-CC TopDown Web
Use the information on this link to produce a top down web for evidence supporting a a thesis/hypothesis
that the Djibouti postage stamp is a Divergent Continental Continental Boundary (D-CC)
D-CC Open Response
Use the information on this link to produce an open response on the D-CC boundary described.
C-OO Top Down Web
Use the information on this link to produce a top down web for evidence supporting a thesis/hypothesis that
that the Indonesia example is a Convergent Oceanic-Oceanic Boundary (C-OO).
C-OO Open Response
Use the information on this link to produce an open response on the C-OO boundary described.
T-CC TopDown Web
Use the information on this link to produce a top down web for evidence supporting a a thesis/hypothesis
that the Wallace Creek picture is a Transform Continental Continental Boundary (T-CC)
T-CC Open Response
Use the information on this link to produce an open response on the T-CC boundary described.
Do Now Prompt on Erosion & Plates from 11/8
How do plate boundaries increase erosion?  3-4 sentences.  You may not use earthquakes or volcanic
eruptions as examples.
Erosion and Plate Tectonics Do Now Debrief Notes
Here is a page of notes on Erosion and Plate Tectonics based upon what we discussed in class.
Fossil Gondwanaland Puzzle and prompt
Put Fossil Gondwanaland Puzzle together and explain in 3-4 sentences how fossils provide evidence for
continental drift.
Evidence of Continental Drift HW
5-6 sentences explaining several different types of evidence for continental drift.
Glacial Gondwanaland Puzzle and Prompt
Put Glacier Gondwanaland Puzzle together and explain in 3-4 sentences how glacial evidence from the
Paleozoic Era provides evidence for continental drift.
Glaciers Reading, 2-Column Notes and Questions 1-5
Glaciers Page 69, Page 70, Page 71, Page 72, Page 73, Page 74 (the page with questions 1-5),
Some additional Glacier Awesomeness!   And some more (very detailed summary of glacial landforms)