Day 1:


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-Formed when a flat flowing stream flattens.
-Coarse grained solid materials are dropped when water passes through.

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-The enviromental fluvial reacts when there is a climate change.
-Their sedimentary rock is a carbon radiometric age.
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-Large amount of sediment rock is made due to climate change, and that is when there is a dry climate.
-Sediment rocks are formed when areas are dry.

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-Deserts are areas where it recieves no percipitation throughtout the year.
-The climates are always dry recieving no other climate change.

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-It is a wetland that occurs in shallow bodies of water.
-Are very slow moving waters.

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-A landform that leads to an ocean, sea etc.

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-Are consisted of rocks such as sandy rocks.
-Various of sedimentary rock sizes. And sandy rocks also known as small stones.

Day 2:

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-is a body of comparatively shallow salt or brackish water separated from the deeper sea by a shallow or exposed barrier beach.

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-Tidal flats are semi-terrestrial habitats that interact with both aquatic and terrestrial environments. They occupy the space that salt marshes fill in other areas.

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-Many reefs result from abiotic processe; deposition of sand, wave erosion planning down rock outcrops, and other natural processes.
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-The continental shelf is the extended perimeter of each continentand associated with a costal plain.
-The continental rise is below the slope.


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-Its gradient is intermediate between the slope and the shelf.




Summary:

Station 1:
In this station we were observing the different indentations on the rock usting a magnifying lens.
We also drew what the rocks indentations looked like when we looked at it close. The enviroment that it seemed to be in was a coral reef.

Station 2:
We rubbed our fingers against each of the pieces of rock in order to feel the sandstone. The lighter sample seemed to be softer while the darker one was more rough. It didn't have a smooth surface as the lighter one.

Station 3:
We observed the different sandstones and they seemed to have different color, texture and crystal size.
The similarities were the grains that fell apart as we touched the sandstone.

Station 4:
We observed the different types od sandstones and they seemed to have different grain sizes. Colors were different as well.
And the shapes were different as well. Some were small while others were big.

Station 5:
We looked at the grain sizes. They were all different sizes and had looked different. They were not the same color.

Station 6:
The sediment rocks were in an enviroment with a lot of pressure. There were waves created on the rocks. As the rocks
pushed up against each other therefore it created wave like structures.

Station 7:
We observed the different types of sediments and where they all were from, or could be found.

Station 8:
We compared the peat and the coal and found they had different surfaces and the way they looked. Peat one had holes
in it. While the coal was shiny and black.

Station 9:
We looked at different rocks and their physical descriptions and the enviroment they were in and how they were formed.

Station 10:
Observed Breccia, Sandstone, Siltstone, and Mudstone and the size of their grains and how they were layered.

Station 11:
We named different types of animals that were found on beaches such as crabs, turtles, snails, worms, seaguls, and lizards.

Station 12:
We filled the shell with play doh in order to make an indentation on the p,lay doh and noticed that the inside of the shell was a reflection of the outside of the shell when transferred onto the play doh.

Station 13:
We observed a picture and decided it was an animal. It lived in a dry and arid enviroment.