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Geology study of the island of Lesvos Using Landsat data Nikolaos Hatzopoulos
Remote sensing for mineral exploration Floyd F. Sabins ) Remote Sensing Enterprises, 1724 Celeste Lane, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA Received 13 November 1998; accepted 20 April 1999
Pe-Piper (1980) Contributions to Mineralogy and Petrology, 72, 387-396
Petrified forest Ancestral form of cypress The longest petrified tree trunk – 22,5 m
The Mythimna columnar lava formations
Natural hot spring of Polichnitos the water temperature 87.6 degrees centigrade
Mines Mine of zinc copper in North Mine of zinc copper in North Lesvos Quartz veins, which host gold and silver mineralization in North Lesvos
Polichnitos Mines Magnesite mine
Characteristic of the area for the significant iron quantities
Conclusions Hard to identify geological features under vegetated areas Non vegetated areas features was appeared but no exactly as the geological map
Remote Sensing for Mineral Exploration Floyd F. Sabins * Remote Sensing Enterprises, 1724 Celeste Lane, Fullerton, CA 92833, USA Received 13 November 1998;
California Geology -2 California’s Economic Resources Industrial, Metallic, and nonmetallic minerals which are VERY important to California’s economy.
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Impacts of volcanic activity Key knowledge: examine the impact of change on natural environments and human activity. $
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Essential Questions How are rocks different from minerals? How are rocks different from minerals?
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