Lutgens 7e Online Animations

 Geology 300: Physical Geology

 Geology 301: Physical Geology Lab

 Geology 305: Earth Science

 Geology 306: Earth Science Lab

 

 Instructor: Arthur Reed

  Description: Description: Description: Description: Continental Drift Color Dates Animation [4]

 

 

 Publisher online animations arranged by chapter:

*   Ch 2: Rocks

*    2.2 Tuttle and Bowen's Data  

*    2.3 Physical Weathering

*    2.5 Foliation of Metamorphic Rock

*    2.5 Foliation Processes

*    2.5 Exposing Metamorphic Rock

*   Ch 3: Landscapes Fashioned by Water

*    3.2 Mass Movements: Five Main Types

*    3.2 Mass Movements: Uplift and Mass Movement

*    3.3 Earth's Water and the Hydrologic Cycle

*    3.6 Sediment Transport by Streams

*    3.7 Stream Processes: Oxbow Lakes and Floodplain Development

*    3.9 Natural Levee Development with Flooding

*    3.9 Stream Terrace Formation

*    3.11 Water Table Formation

*    3.12 Cones of Depression

*   Ch 4: Glacial and Arid Landscapes

*    4.2 Glacial Advance and Retreat

*    4.4 Glacial Processes

*    4.5 Glacial Isostasy

*    4.9 Sediment Transport by Wind

*    4.10 Cross-Bedding

*   Ch 5: Plate Tectonics

*    5.4 Plate Boundary Features

*    5.4 Motion at Plate Boundaries

*    5.5 Divergent Boundary Formation  

*    5.6 India Collision with Asia

*    5.7 Transform Faults

*    5.8 Seafloor Spreading and Magnetization

*    5.8 Inclination and Declination

*    5.8 Flipping of Earth's Magnetic Field

*    5.9 Convection and Tectonics

*    5.9 Seafloor Spreading and Plate Boundaries

*    5.9 Convection in a Lava Lamp  

*    5.9 Sea-Floor Spreading, Subduction

*    5.10 Pangea Breakup

*    5.10 Global Geography Through Geologic Time

*   Ch 6: Earthquakes, Geologic Structures, and Mountain Building

*    6.1 Elastic Rebound

*    6.2 Seismographs

*    6.2 Seismic Wave Motion

*    6.5 Dry Compaction and Liquefaction

*    6.5 Tsunami

*    6.7 Wave Reflection and Refraction  

*    6.7 Seismic Waves and Earth's Interior

*    6.8 Mantle and Core Dimensions

*    6.9 Stress and Strain Graphs

*    6.10 Erosion of Deformed Sedimentary Rock

*    6.10 Folds

*    6.11 Faults

*    6.12 Terrane Formation

*   Ch 7: Volcanoes and Other Igneous Activity

*    7.4 Caldera Formation: Crater Lake

*    7.7 Volcano Types

*    7.8 Debris Avalanche and Eruption of Mt. St. Helens  

*    7.10 Igneous Features and Landforms

*    7.11 Magma Rising from the Mantle

*    7.11 Mantle Melting and Plate Tectonics

*    7.12 Hot Spot Volcano Tracks

*    7.12 Tectonic Settings and Volcanic Activity

*   Ch 8: Geologic Time

*    8.2 Angular Uncomformities, Noncomformities, and Discomformities

*    8.2 Relative Geologic Dating

*    8.5 Radioactive Decay

*   Ch 9: Oceans

*    9.5 Turbidity Currents and the Formation of Graded Bedding

*    9.6 Seamounts/Tablemounts and Coral Reef Stages

*    9.8 Calcareous Ooze and the Calcite Compensation Depth

*   Ch 10: Restless Ocean: Circulation, Coasts, Tides

*    10.1 Ocean Circulation

*    10.4 Wave Properties

*    10.4 Wave Motion and Wave Refraction

*    10.4 Wave Interference

*    10.5 Beach Drift and Longshore Currents

*    10.7 Coastal Stabilization Structures

*    10.8 Shoreline and Sedimentation Changes

*    10.9 Tidal Cycle

*   Ch 11: Heating the Atmosphere

*    11.2 Ozone Depletion

*    11.4 Earth-Sun Relations

*    11.6 Earth-Atmosphere Energy Balance

*   Ch 12: Moisture, Clouds, and Precipitation

*    12.1 Water Phase Changes

*    12.5 Atmospheric Stability

*   Ch 13: Atmospheric Circulation and Local Winds

*    13.1 Earth-Sun Relations, Seasons

*    13.2 Jet Stream and Rossby Waves

*    13.2 Coriolis Force

*    13.3 Cyclones and Anticyclones

*    13.3 Wind Pattern Development  

*    13.4 Global Wind Patterns

*    13.4 Seasonal Pressure and Precipitation Patterns

*    13.4 Global Wind Circulation, Hadley Cells

*   Ch 14: Weather Patterns and Severe Weather

*    14.2 Cold Fronts and Warm Fronts

*    14.3 Mid-latitude Cyclones

*    14.5 Tornado Wind Patterns

*    14.6 Hurricane Wind Patterns

*   Ch 15: Our Solar System

*    15.3 Nebular Hypothesis of Solar System Formation