Sunday, May 08, 2011

GeoJeopardy! Fridays(?) #45

Time for GeoJeopardy! Fridays, because it has been a busy weekend so I'm a little late.

- Geology -

Around 132 A.D. Chinese scientist Chang Heng invented an early form of this earthquake detector  


One of the world's busiest geyser areas lies in a lava field near this Icelandic capital


In the science of geology, petrographers are concerned with classifying these


In 2003 it was located at 82 degrees north latitude, 112 degrees west longitude near Ellef Ringness Island


The glaciers in Alaska are remnants of the last Ice Age, which ended about 11,500 years ago during this epoch


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