By, Madison, Fraser, and Maya
Day 1: 3.4
Day 2: 5.6
Day 3: 9.4
Day 4: 3.9
Day 5: 4.2
Read pages 86-101, 103-104, 108, 111-112
Because under pressure they can flow slowly. Connection current heats up then expands, which then begins the rise to the surface, the cooler part sinks setting up a convection current.
Yes. Because the more action the less tension there is on the line. The less action would result in massive pressure being build up resulting in a massive shock.
We use oil, minerals for our devices, watches have quarts, roads, gravel roads, metals for our tables, for example, copper pots and for electricity.
Rock being forced back into the earth melts into magma because of the heat. The atmosphere and hydrosphere wash sediments which layers into rocks, erosion breaks down rocks.
metallic materials are denser. heavier materials sink and settle at the bottom of rivers. Lighter materials travel further in a river.
We are looking for subduction which creates pressure and heat to create a more harder version of its original form.
Looking for sediment rock, signs that there used to be a river in the area, evidence of a former ocean or lake.
Metamorphic rocks have a vein of minerals rather than a sediment which has layers of sediments. Metamorphic rocks are harder than sedimentary.
Oil dispute between BC and Alberta which falls under the government. Gold rush in BC created a larger population.
It is when time slows down to longer appreciate the silent night
What is winter?
It is the covering of fall’s canvas with white paint
It is the powdered sugar adorns the plain donut with a jelly surprise inside
It is the dust in the closet that is closed for a few months until the cleaning breeze of Spring opens the door
It is the frozen touch of a loved one lost