Title: Fossil Imprint Lab --5 points Purpose: The purpose of this lab is to create imprints of objects as they would appear in rocks as fossils from millions of years ago. ---10 points Procedure: 15 points 1. Neatly…Copy and underline the title of the lab on your paper. 5 points 2. Give your paper the correct C4C it needs! (minus 10 points without C4C) 3. Neatly… Copy the entire purpose on your paper. 10 points 4. Make 8 even squares on the back of your paper by folding your paper evenly. Use a ruler or straight edge to completely outline the 8 squares. 5. Pick 4 flat objects that you can make a rubbing over with crayon or dull pencil. (no more than 1-coin or 1-key) 6. Label each set of squares to read: Front: (name of object) Back: (name of object) 7. Make a rubbing imprint of each object front side, then turn the object over and make an imprint of the back side. 8. Make sure you have 4 different objects labeled (front and back) and visible edges imprinted. This section of procedure is worth 15 points and the data collected (imprints) are worth 30 points. Discussion: ---20 points --- Complete Sentences!!! 1. Name three scientists who can use fossil imprints for research: 2. Describe how a fossil imprint can occur in rocks. 3. Explain why it is important to have more than one side of an imprint of a fossil. 4. Tell one use a fossil imprint might have to a geologist. 5. When making a rubbing imprint, why is it important to be very accurate? Conclusion: ---20 points-- In your conclusion, hypothesize what scientists might conclude about all four of your objects if they found your fossil imprints 3000 years from now! Explain comments for all four fossils.