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Revision as of 03:42, 2 June 2019

Dynamic Planet is an event concerned with the processes which change the Earth. The topic changes from year to year. The GMOA Notes also apply to Dynamic Planet. The following table is the list of topics by year.


Season Topic
2005 Glaciers
2006 Glaciers
2007 Oceanography
2008 Oceanography
2009 Earthquakes and Volcanoes
2010 Earthquakes and Volcanoes
2011 Earth's Fresh Water
2012 Earth's Fresh Water
2013 Glaciers
2014 Glaciers
2015 Oceanography
2016 Oceanography
2017 Tectonics
2018 Tectonics
2019 Glaciers


Vocabulary

Morphology: The form or structure (a.k.a. geomorphology when used in relation to geology)

Topographic Map: Topographic maps are maps that show geological features of a certain area. An important feature of topographic maps are their contour lines, which show a change in elevation. More on them at http://topomaps.usgs.gov

See Also

Dynamic Planet/Oceanography
Dynamic Planet/Earthquakes and Volcanoes
Dynamic Planet/Earthquakes and Volcanoes Vocabulary
Dynamic Planet/Tectonics
Dynamic Planet/Earth's Fresh Water
Dynamic Planet/Glaciers
Dynamic Planet/Glacier Vocabulary