Hawaii is vibrant and geologically alive. More than just an exotic vacation spot, the Islands are a laboratory for the study of the Genesis Flood. Geology and the Hawaiian Islands, Lessons in Earth Science, is a great place to start your study of this fascinating place. High school.
- The Origin of the Hawaiian Islands
- Radiometric Dating and the Islands
- Types of Volcanoes
- Types of Eruptions
- The Rocks and Minerals of the Hawaiian Islands
- The Volcanoes, Earthquakes, and Land Forms of the Hawaiian Islands
- Study questions
- Final Comprehensive Exam
This great kit comes with
- 12 rock-forming minerals: Muscovite Mica, Quartz, Potassium Feldspar, Calcite, Jasper, Sodium Feldspar, Biotite Mica, Pyroxene, Amphibole, Calcium Feldspar, Olivine, Magnetite
- Over 25 rock samples: Basalt, Rhyolite, Andesite, Dacite, Tuff, Ash, Cinders, Pahoehoe, ‘A’a, Scoria, Vitrophyre, Obsidian, Perlite, Basalt with Peridot, Green Sand, Black Sand, Magnetic Sand, Iron, Gabbro, Granite, Gneiss, Quartzite, Sandstone, Limestone, Bituminous Coal, Chert, Diatomaceous Earth (shale form), Limonite Iron Oxide, Sulfur
- Volcanoes For Little Eyes, our great introductory book on volcanoes for your youngest students
- carrying case
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