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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Just so you know...

Been meaning to write some stuff, but school, work, and more school has been getting in the way, especially with being that time of year when I'm trying to squeeze in every last minute of riding before the white stuff hits.  Rest assured that I fully intend to talk about white lights on defensive guns in the very near future (meant to get to it all summer...)

Back to the Bree Creek Quadrangle Stratigraphic Column... due tomorrow morning, wish me luck.

6 comments:

Six said...

This is late but good luck Fred.

Fred said...

Got her done, weither or not it's up to the Prof's standards is yet to be determined... :D

Thanks though. If you want you can redirect the luck towards my Algebra test in the morning. That's going to be less than fun.

Anonymous said...

Fred,

Did you get a good grade? and how did you figure thickness of layers without an upper contact that the questions asked about?

Fred said...

I don't remember how I got around that... but I do think I got a decent enough grade on that one.

Anonymous said...

Did it have something to do with the high points on the ridges? That is the only idea I have, otherwise I am stuck.

Fred said...

I wish I could be more help... I'm not even sure what became of my notes from that class with my recent move.

I think I just figured an average thickness using one of the equations using the dip angle and measuring the width of the exposed portion on the topo... that was really not my strong point in the class (math in general really...)