Arkansas History

Arkansas History

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  • What is wrong Madison?
  • I can't find any information for my project about the Hot Springs in Arkansas!
  • Well I can help you out my grandma leaves there and when we visit she tells us all about them. 
  • Sure thing! 
  • Can I stick you you from now on?
  • Madison's Project  .  .  . 
  • To know how the springs were formed first you need to know what a hot spring is. 
  • A hot spring is a a spring of naturally hot water, typically heated by subterranean volcanic activity
  • so what are they then? 
  • Madison's Project  .  .  . 
  • The hot springs in Hot Springs National Park emerge along a fault line on the western side of Hot Springs Mountain.
  • Ok thanks let me add to my project! 
  • How were they formed though? 
  • The rate of temperature increase with depth is known as the “geothermal gradient”. If water percolates deeply enough into the crust, it will be heated as it comes into contact with hot rocks.
  • Madison's Project  .  .  . 
  • The water from hot springs in non-volcanic areas is heated in this manner. that it boils or becomes super heated.
  • Ohh ok now it makes since. So a long time ago water went down in the earth and got real hot and now it is coming up. I got it. Thanks! 
  • Madison: It is really late my mom would want me home. 
  • No Problem  See you tomorrow! 
  • Thanks so much for helping me today?
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