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Challenge One: Display. Create a view with five layers Include at least one point layer, one line layer, and one polygon layer. Manipulate symbology in at least three of the layers using different symbology functions. Challenge Two: Identify, Selection, Query.

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Challenge one display

Challenge One: Display

  • Create a view with five layers

    • Include at least one point layer, one line layer, and one polygon layer.

    • Manipulate symbology in at least three of the layers using different symbology functions.


Challenge two identify selection query

Challenge Two: Identify, Selection, Query

  • Using the query builder, ask and answer a question about the Montana BLM fossil database.

    • Create a view showing the results of your query.


Challenge three map making

Challenge Three: Map Making

Create a map in layout view which incorporates at least two new data layers from either spatial sci or nris.

  • Your map should include a title, legend, north arrow, scale bar and at least one other map feature of your choice.

  • Your map should demonstrate at least one important attribute related to the Montana BLM fossil distribution pattern.


Planning your dig

Planning Your Dig

  • The Montana BLM fossil database includes the following fossil types:

    • Mammals

    • Reptiles

    • Birds

    • Plants

    • Amphibians

    • Invertebrates

    • Fish

    • Dinosaur


Select a research site

Select a Research Site

  • Choose a fossil type of interest.

  • In groups of two or three, identify three fossil sites most likely to be rich in your group’s target fossil type.

  • Create an overview map of your selected research sites.

    • Your map should make a unique contribution to understanding the rationale you used to make your fossil site selections.

    • Your map will locate three fossil sites.

    • Be sure to include information regarding scale, access, and ownership issues.


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