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Earth's landforms research project
Transcript of Earth's landforms research project
was from red algae. Life on Blood Falls? Professors from Harvard University found bacteria life (About 17 different kinds) in a sub climate eco system that have been receiving life by recycling energy , and extracting Iron from the brine/water using sulfate. Blood falls
source of water The Conditions:
Cold But these bacteria still survive on their recycled energy. Taylor Glacier Blood Falls Fissure in Glacier Rocks? 1. The oldest rocks found in East
Antarctica (where blood falls is
located) is estimated to be about
3 billon years old.
2. These rocks are metamorphic
rocks overlaid with by younger,
flat-laying ocean deposited sediment. HELEN AMMERAE LIZ HELEN LIZ HELEN 2. The falls does not effect the ecosystem in any bad ways How was Blood Falls really created? Blood Falls was created by an outbreak in the Taylor Glacier, which causes the Iron brine to come out. 3. Blood Falls was discovered in 1911 by Griffith Taylor Blood Falls was a interesting
land form to learn about.
Thanks for watching! Sources enviormentalgraffiti.com/news-bleeding-glacier tierneylab.blogs.nytimes.com/thedarksecretatbloodfalls aem.org interesting-amazing-facts.blogspot.com/20101 en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood-Falls mentafloss.com/blogs/archives/45981 microbewiki.Kenyon.edu/index.php?title=Blood_Falls
._Antartica&action=edit 4. Unlike most glacier's Taylor Glacier is not attached to the ground, because of salts on the round. www.sciencedaily/com/releases/2003/11/031105064856.htm 5. The McMurdo Dry Valleys still has evidence of a 5 million year old sea that used to cover it!