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2 You will be exploring the rocks and landforms of New Hampshire. While you are on your trip you will make a few stops along the way. Be sure to record your thoughts and observations in your electronic journal. Have fun and enjoy your exploration! Next

3 Welcome to your virtual field trip. This is your home page. Click on any of the icons below to begin your trip. Use the next and back arrows to navigate between pages and the home button to return here. Rock Cycle Erosion Caves Mountains Trip on the Cog Way Back

4 Next The source of this material is Windows to the Universe,at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). © , 2000 All Rights Reserved. Rocks are constantly being formed, worn down and then formed again. This is known as the Rock Cycle. It is like the water cycle but it takes a lot longer. It takes thousands and millions of years for rocks to change. Rocks are divided into 3 Types. They are classified by how they were formed. Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Home Click here to watchhere a movie on the Rock Cycle. Be sure to take the quiz! Click here to learn morehere about the rock cycle

5 Back Home Click here tohere be a rock tester Click here to be A Rock Hound. Be sure to click on all the paw links.here Click here to find out what kind of rocks you havehere

6 NextBack Home What is erosion? Wearing away of the land. Some causes are from the wind, water, or ice. Erosion can also happen because of gravity as in rockslides or avalanches.

7 NextBack Home Click here tohere learn more about The Old Man in the Mountain. Click here to learn more about thehere Basin at the bottom of Franconia Notch. Click here to learn morehere about The Flume Gorge. How was it formed? Click here. Who found thehere Flume? Click here to find out.here lhttp://www.flumegorge.com/flumefound.html

8 NextBack Home Erosion can also form caves as well. Click here to find out where there are caves in NH.here Enter your zip code and click on go. Once you are there be sure to check them out.

9 Back Home Click here to take a virtual tour of the Polar Caveshere Click here to take a tour of the park. Once you havehere arrived, click on the navigation bar on the left to view. Click here to learn about The Lost River.here Do you want to know the history? Then click here.here

10 NextBack Home Click here to take a road trip by car tohere see the sunrise on top of Mt. Washington

11 NextBack Home Click here to learn about thehere history of the Mt. Washington Auto Road. What’s the history behind the bumper sticker? Click here to find out.here Are you wondering what the weather is like on top of Mt. Washington? Click here to find out. Be sure to here click on the click here under the picture to see the current temperature. l

12 Next Home Mount Washington Cog Railway Credit: White Mountains New Hampshire Article: New Hampshire Beckons in SummerNew Hampshire Beckons in Summer Click here to check outhere the views. Be sure to scroll down to jump menu and click on Mt. Washington.

13 NextBack Home You reached the highest point in New Hampshire. Click herehere to view the top. Do you want to see what is happening right now? Click here to check out the web cam.here Dog Days Sunrise Photo by Ryan Knapp August 1st

14 NextBack Home Rock Cycle The source of this material is Windows to the Universe, at at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR). © , All Rights Reserved / Erosion /

15 Back Home (Mount Washington Observatory Photo) Mountains and State Park Virtual field trip created by Kim Bernard Clip art


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