# Recap of Homework 1 1)Use the available material given in the notes 2)Show your work, DON’T FORGET THE UNITS 3)(1km) 2 =(1000m) 2  1km 2 =(1000) 2 m 2.

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Recap of Homework 1 1)Use the available material given in the notes 2)Show your work, DON’T FORGET THE UNITS 3)(1km) 2 =(1000m) 2  1km 2 =(1000) 2 m 2 =1.000,000m 2 4)1m 3 =1000L 5)Round the numbers correctly http://www.enchantedlearning.com/math/rounding/ Grades:10 questions  100/100 Each question had 2 conversions, each one takes 5points If you didn’t show your work clearly, you lost points

HW-1 - Summary Summary statistics Maximum = 10 Min = 4 Mean = 8.73

MAR 110 Natural Hazards & the Oceans Tutorial #3 Ocean Basin Physiography & Plate Tectonics

Key Vocabulary Continental drift-plate tectonicsContinental plates Plate convergence

Key Vocabulary Transform faultSubduction Plate divergenceSea-floor spreading

Ocean Basin Bathymetric Profile

The Earth’s Major Plates

Bathymetric Features - Exercise 1

Some Reminders  Before starting the HW read Chapter 3 from the book ‘ Invitation to Oceanography’ and the provided notes Thursday, February 14 th  HW 3 is due to Thursday, February 14 th  If you need help, please see us on either Tuesday or Thursday before class (Dion 108)

Interesting links http://www.mps.mpg.de/projects/planetary-dynamics/mantle.html http://www.whoi.edu/page.do?pid=35555&tid=1621&cid=57111&articl e=33866 http://www.mnh.si.edu/earth/text/4_1_1_1.html http://www.cotf.edu/ete/modules/msese/earthsysflr/plates1.html http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/01/080103144448.htm http://www.sciencedaily.com/videos/2008/0213-world_on_water.htm http://www.bbm.me.uk/portsdown/PH_061_History_b.htm

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