Shorelines (Geology)

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Revised, CB: December 2014 GOL 105: Shorelines Lab Objective: The objective of this lab is to help familiarize you with the basic types of shorelines (submergent verses emergent) and the geologic processes and features associated with each type. Introduction: This exercise will utilize the information contained in Chapter 20 (Shorelines) in your textbook, Laboratory 15 (Coastal Processes, Landforms, Hazards, and Risks) in your Physical Geology Lab Manual, and Figure 15.7 (Ocean City, Maryland, 1964) in your Physical Geology Lab Manual. Directions: 1) Read Chapter 20 (Shorelines) in your textbook and Laboratory 15 (Coastal Processes, Landforms, Hazards, and Risks) in your Physical Geology Lab Manual. 2) Complete the Shoreline Lab Exercise using the link in the Unit 15 (16 Multiple choice questions, 5 pts each). Refer to Figures 1, 2, and 3 below and Figure 15.7 (Ocean City, MD) in your Physical Geology Lab Manual to complete the exercise. 3) Draw in the resulting shoreline profiles for Figures 1 and 2. Assume that the manmade structures have only recently been erected on the beaches. What would the shoreline look like if you were to come back several years from now and how would it differ from the present shoreline. Draw in what you think the new shoreline would look like after it has equilibrated with the new man-made features. After you have completed your drawings (you can draw them right on the figures below), scan them in and e-mail them via Blackboard to the instructor. If you do not have access to a scanner, photograph the drawings and send the phtograph(s) on to the instructor. Just make sure the photographs are of high enough resolution for the instructor to clealy see what you have drawn. Beach Processes: Figures 1 and 2 below represent typical developed marine coasts. Figure 3 represents several common deposition features found along submergent coastlines. The tan region represents the beach, the blue region is the ocean, and the dashed lines represent incoming wave crests. The black lines represent man-made structures. N A B Figure 1 N D C Figure 2 N E F Figure 3 G

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