#### Part I: Outcrops

Here are 9 outcrops of rocks that show sedimentary structures of some kind. Thoroughly explore each scene to determine which sedimentary structures are present. (1) Identify them, and then (2) interpret them [*i.e.*, (a) how they formed, (b) what they reveal about geopetal “up” direction or current direction].

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#### Part II: Hand samples

Examine these 19 samples of rock showing various sedimentary structures and: (a) identify them and (b) interpret them.

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*(Note: The little black curled lines here are the shells of small arthopods –shrimplike creatures– called ostracodes. Consider these hemispherical structures as sedimentary particles, as you would grains of sand.)*

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Sample 11: (FYI, the little dash-shaped features that mainly run from left to right are gypsum casts)

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Please submit your answers to the instructor.