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Science Flashcards

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TermDefinition
topographic maps maps that show relief using contour lines
benchmark a marked point of known and documented elevation
profile vertical section or side view
mineral classifications color, hardness, luster, metallic, streak, cleavage & fracture
normal fault force of tension, plates pull apart
reverse fault force of compression, plates push together
strike-slip fault force of shearing, rocks slide past each other
Karst topography landforms made from dissolving limestone
molds cavity left by an organism where the ground hardened before the organism decayed
casts where the cavity left by the organism has been filled
petrified remains when there is a molecule-for-molecule replacement of the original organism
carbon film the thin film of a carbon impression is left by an object
original remains the actual remains of the organism are discovered
trace fossils evidence that the organism existed
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