Activity 1:Strike and Dip
Activity 2:Streams and the Rule of Vs
Activity 3:Geologic Cross Sections
Activity 4:A Rule for Determining Attitude (Dip) from a Map
This lab consists of four activities, which are described on the accompanying Web pages. The assignments for each activity are provided as portable document format (pdf) files and are identified by the icon shown below. To view these files in your Web browser, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader plug-in installed. This plug-in is free and can be downloaded from the Adobe site. Follow the instructions provided to install the Acrobat Reader plug-in. Once you are able to view a pdf file, print it using the print icon on the toolbar. To complete the activity, hand write or type your answers in the spaces provided.

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The problems are also provided in Word 97 format and identified by the icon above. To use these files, you must have Microsoft Word 97 installed on your computer or a word processing program that will read this file type. There are two ways of using the Word files depending upon whether you have Microsoft Word installed or not.
  • If you do not have Word, you will be asked if you want to save this file to your hard disk. Answer yes and designate a folder to save the file to. Open it with any word processor that reads Word 97 file format. You can type your answers to the questions in the spaces provided. It is not necessary to complete the activities all at once, simply save your work to disk. When you finish the activity, print as you would any word-processing file.
  • If you have Word installed, the browser will ask you if you want to save the file to disk or open it. You can do either. If you do open it in Word, make sure you save the file to your hard disk after you make any changes. Once saved to your disk, you can work with the file just like any other Word file.

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