Unit 1 Cosmic Beginnings || Depositional Environment
1. Stars in universe may be classified according to size, color, composition, temperature, mutual relationships, or stages of evolutionary development. Obviously, a description of all these classifications is beyond the scope of the present discussion.
2. By measuring the optical spectra of distant galaxies, Edwin Hubble noted that the velocity at which a galaxy moves away from the Earth increases proportionally to its distance from the Earth.
3. Scientists believe that gravity, electromagnetic force, strong nuclear force and weak nuclear force are the Four Basic Forces of the universe.
4. Further study of the currently found galaxy will provide astronomers with new insights into the early history of our own solar system.
5. The Jovian planets are all large and have low mean densities, indicating they are composed of lightweight gases such as hydrogen and helium, as well as frozen compounds such as ammonia and methane.
6. The place where we conducted our research was named Xiaozhang village lying around 60 miles away from Chongqing City.
7. Geologic investigations of Mesozoic sea facies and volcanic processes had been carried on early in 1959.
8. Except for a small part where the Jurassic deposits are cut into by basalts of Cretaceous Period, Jurassic stratum exposures are almost continuous in this area.
9. In the summer of 2005, we conducted a 30-day field geologic research under the leadership of Professor Wang.
10. Yesterday afternoon we had a successful meeting in the classroom as to how to organize the next field investigation.