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Spiral bound.(Included are: Porosity and Permeability, Primary and Secondary Porosity, Infiltration, Groundwater Zones, Water Table, Saline-Water Encroachment, Landfill, Lowering Water Tables, Disappearing Stream, Depression Spring, Fault Spring, Contact Spring, Joint Spring, Tundra Polygons, Pingo, Artesian Aquifer, Cavern Formation, Geyser, Effluent Stream, Influent Stream, Perched Aquifer.) (Geyser eruption series at left)Guadalupe Mountains Block and Topographic Models contains 7 cross sections showing the development of the Permian Reef in West Texas.Give your students a copy of each pattern and let them make their own models. Sedimentary Rock Formation, Formation of Coal, Formation of Petroleum, Barchan Dune Erosion and Deposition, Stream Erosion and Deposition, Cavern Formation, Delta Deposition and Distributary Shifting , Exfoliation Dome, Longshore Current, Sea Cliff Erosion, Headland Erosion, Ordovician Marine Environment (Straight Cone Nautiloid, Horn Coral , Trilobite), Water Cycle, Earth—Moon Comparison, Nitrogen Cycle, Marne Carbon Cycle, Eurypterid (Pterygotus buffaloensis) These Block Models are corelated to the 2010 TEKS.