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11.7: Student Responses

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  • 1. Sample M1 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage                        

    b. schistose foliation                        

    c. gneissic banding                         

    d. lineation                         

    e. non-foliated

     

    2. Sample M1 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    3. The dark minerals in Sample M1 are:

    a. flat biotite micas

    b. tabular amphiboles

    c. flat muscovite micas

    d. tabular feldspars

     

    4. A possible protolith for Sample M1 is:

    a. an ultramafic rock

    b. basalt

    c. limestone

    d. granite

    e. sandstone

     

    5. Sample M2 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage

    b. schistose foliation

    c. gneissic banding

    d. lineation

    e. non-foliated

     

    6. Sample M2 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    7. Sample M3 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage

    b. schistose foliation

    c. gneissic banding

    d. lineation

    e. non-foliated

     

    8. Sample M3 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    9. A possible protolith for Sample M3 is:

    a. bituminous coal

    b. basalt

    c. shale

    d. clay

    e. rhyolite

    f. sandstone

     

    10. Sample M3 is an example of:

    a. high grade of metamorphism

    b. intermediate grade of metamorphism

    c. low grade of metamorphism

     

    11. Sample M3 is used for:

    a. road construction

    b. statues

    c. roof tiles

    d. barbequing

     

    12. Sample M4 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage

    b. schistose foliation

    c. gneissic banding

    d. lineation

    e. non-foliated

     

    13. Sample M4 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    14. Sample M4 is mainly composed of this mineral:

    a. biotite mica

    b. amphibole

    c. muscovite mica

    d. calcite

    e. quartz

     

    15. Sample M4 is an example of:

    a. high grade of metamorphism

    b. intermediate grade of metamorphism

    c. low grade of metamorphism

     

    16. Sample M5 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage

    b. schistose foliation

    c. gneissic banding

    d. lineation

    e. non-foliated

     

    17. Sample M5 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    18. Sample M5 is mainly composed of this mineral:

    a. biotite mica

    b. amphibole

    c. muscovite mica

    d. calcite

    e. quartz

     

    19. A possible protolith for Sample M5 is:

    a. diorite

    b. quartz

    c. limestone

    d. shale

    e. sandstone

     

    20. Sample M6 is mainly composed of this dark mineral:

    a. biotite mica

    b. amphibole

    c. muscovite mica

    d. calcite

    e. quartz

     

    21. Sample M6 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    22. A possible protolith for Sample M6 is:

    a. basalt

    b. granite

    c. sandstone

    d. limestone

    e. shale

     

    23. Sample M6 is an example of:

    a. high grade of metamorphism

    b. intermediate grade of metamorphism

    c. low grade of metamorphism

     

    24. Sample M7 has the following texture:

    a. slaty cleavage

    b. schistose foliation

    c. gneissic banding

    d. lineation

    e. non-foliated

     

    25. Sample M7 is called:

    a. marble                                         b. quartzite                                         c. schist                                         d. gneiss

    e. slate                                            f. anthracite coal                                 g. amphibolite

     

    26. A possible protolith for Sample M7 is:

    a. basalt

    b. granite

    c. sandstone

    d. limestone

    e. shale

     

    27. According to Figure 11.11, what mineral is unstable in the staurolite zone?

    a. chlorite

    b. muscovite

    c. biotite

    d. garnet

     

    28. Refer again to Figure 11.11; which index minerals will not be found together in the same rock?

    a. chlorite and garnet

    b. chlorite and kyanite

    c. biotite and staurolite

    d. biotite and muscovite

     

    29. Sample M1 from your rock kit is most likely an example of:

    a. hydrothermal metamorphism

    b. contact metamorphism

    c. regional metamorphism

    d. shock metamorphism

     

    30. Sample M7 from your rock kit is most likely an example of:

    a. fault zone metamorphism

    b. contact metamorphism

    c. regional metamorphism

    d. shock metamorphism

     

    31. Type 8 56 22.28N 126 55 54.33E in the search bar of Google Earth. Zoom out to an eye altitude of ~1700 miles. What type of metamorphism is likely in this area?

    a. shock metamorphism

    b. contact metamorphism

    c. regional metamorphism

    d. dynamic metamorphism

     

    32. The agents of metamorphism in this region, are most likely:

    a. chemically reactive fluids

    b. temperature

    c. pressure

    d. both temperature and pressure

     

    33. Type 35 06 53.42N 119 38 47.59W in the search bar of Google Earth. Zoom out to an eye altitude of ~8500ft. What type of metamorphism is likely in this area?

    a. fault zone metamorphism

    b. contact metamorphism

    c. regional metamorphism

    d. shock metamorphism

     

    34. Evidence of metamorphism at this location could be from the discovery of:

    a. gneiss

    b. quartzite

    c. tektites

    d. mylonite

     

    35. Type 35 01 38.93N 111 01 21.93W in the search bar of Google Earth. Zoom out to an eye altitude of ~12,000ft. What type of metamorphism is likely in this area?

    a. fault zone metamorphism

    b. contact metamorphism

    c. regional metamorphism

    d. shock metamorphism

     

    36. Evidence of metamorphism at this location could be from the discovery of:

    a. gneiss

    b. quartzite

    c. tektites

    d. mylonite