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This library offers 101 animations that illuminate the most difficult-to-visualize topics in physical geology, physical geography, oceanography, meteorology, and Earth science. Created through a unique collaboration among Pearsonrs"s leading geoscience authors (including Robert Christopherson, Darrel Hess, Fred Lutgens, Aurora Pun, Gary Smith, Ed Tarbuck, and Al Trujillo), the animations are conveniently provided as Flash files and pre-loaded into PowerPoint slides. The Fourth Edition of this library contains five oceanography topics new to this edition: bull; Calcareous Ooze and the Calcite Compensation Depth bull; Daily Movement of the Deep Scattering Layer bull; Ekman Spiral and Coastal Upwelling/Downwelling bull; Seamounts/Tablemounts and CoralReef Stages bull; Wave Interference (with and without 3D Visualization) The entire library has been re-sequenced in alphabetical order by title - so now itrs"s even easier to find the animation you need. A useful reference for anyone interested in the geosciences and Earthrs"s processes.
Table of Contents
|Angular Unconformities and Nonconformities|
|Angular Unconformities, Nonconformities, and Disconformities|
|Atmospheric Energy Balance|
|Atmospheric Stability and Saturation Control|
|This modified version of our ldquo;Atmospheric Stabilityrdquo; animation also allows manipulation of the saturation level in Stage 3|
|Beach Drift and Longshore Currents|
|Calcareous Ooze and the Calcite Compensation Depth|
|New to the 4e, this animation shows how calcareous ooze can be found beneath the calcite compensation depth (CCD), even though at depths below the CCD, calcareous ooze dissolves|
|Caldera Formation: Crater Lake|
|Coastal Stabilization Structures|
|Cold Fronts and Warm Fronts|
|Cones of Depression|
|Convection and Tectonics|
|Convergent Margins: India-Asia Collision 1|
|Convergent Margins: India-Asia Collision 2|
|New to the 4e, this modified version of ldquo;Convergent Margins|
|India-Asia Collision 1rdquo; has an alternate ocean floor map at the beginning as well as auto-pauses and additional profiles at 55, 38, and 10 million years ago|
|Cyclones and Anticyclones|
|Daily Movement of the Deep Scattering Layer|
|New to the 4e, this animation shows the daily movement of the oceanrsquo;s deep scattering layer (DSL) as well as examples of the organisms that comprise it|
|Divergent Boundary Formation|
|Dry Compaction and Liquefaction|
|This revised animation now includes a ldquo;Continuous Playrdquo; feature|
|Earthrsquo;s Water and the Hydrologic Cycle|
|Ekman Spiral and Coastal Upwelling/Downwelling|
|New to the 4e, this animation shows how an Ekman spiral forms in surface waters due to wind|
|It also demonstrates how coastal winds in both hemispheres produce upwelling or downwelling|
|El Nintilde;o and La Nintilde;a|
|Erosion of Deformed Sedimentary Rock|
|Exposing Metamorphic Rock|
|Foliation of Metamorphic Rock|
|Glacial Advance and Retreat 1|
|Glacial Advance and Retreat 2|
|Glacial Processes 1|
|Glacial Processes 2|
|Global Geography Through Geologic Time|
|Global Wind Patterns|
|Global Wind Patterns with Hadley Cells|
|Hot Spot Volcano Tracks|
|Hurricane Wind Patterns|
|Igneous Features and Landforms|
|Inclination and Declination|
|Jet Stream and Rossby Waves|
|Kelvin Calculation of Earthrsquo;s Age|
|Lava Lamp Convection|
|Magma Rising from the Mantle|
|Mantle and Core Dimensions|
|Mantle Melting and Plate Tectonics|
|Mantle Melting and Pressure-Temperature Graphs|
|Mass Movements: Five Main Types|
|Mass Movements: Uplift and Mass Movement|
|Motion at Plate Boundaries|
|Mount St. Helens, Washington: Debris Avalanche and Eruption|
|Natural Levee Development with Flooding|
|Nebular Hypothesis of Solar System Formation|
|Oceanic Midlatitude Productivity|
|Plate Boundary Features|
|Relative and Absolute Motion|
|Relative Geologic Dating 1|
|Relative Geologic Dating 2|
|Seafloor Spreading and Magnetization|
|Seafloor Spreading and Plate Boundaries|
|Seamounts/Tablemounts and Coral Reef Stages|
|New to the. 4e, this animation shows how seashy;mounts and tablemounts are created at a mid-ocean ridge and how tablemounts become flat on top|
|It also illustrates the three stages of coral reef formation from fringing reef to barrier reef to atoll|
|Seasonal Pressure and Preci|
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