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UTSGAER506H1Behrad VatankhahghadimSummer

AER506H1 Lecture 20: 20 - Nonlinear Attitude Control

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AER506H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Orbiting Body, Triple Product, Apsis

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AER506H1 Lecture 12: 12 - Torque-Free Motion

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AER506H1 Lecture 16: 16 - Disturbance Torques

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UTSGAER506H1Behrad VatankhahghadimSummer

AER506H1 Lecture 19: 19 - Bias-Momentum Stabilization

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D ynamics of spacecraft under gravity gradient with actively-controlled wheels are considered. Lin- earized pitch and roll/yaw equations of motion are
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UTSGAER506H1Behrad VatankhahghadimSummer

AER506H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cross Product, Rotation Matrix, Inertial Frame Of Reference

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T his lesson focuses on how motion and time variations of vectors can be described geometrically, disregarding any external forces and physical laws of
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UTSGAER506H1Behrad VatankhahghadimSummer

AER506H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Orbiting Body, Order Of Merit, True Anomaly

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: Practice Questions 1 Fall 2018

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UTSGAER506H1Behrad VatankhahghadimSummer

AER506H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Angular Velocity, Gm-1, Integral Equation

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Medieval Commune, Trophic Cascade

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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level, Ic50, Hormesis

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With remediation you want to test species with same factors they will be exposed to out in nature. More than 10% mortality in the control test, the tes
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Storm Drain, Percolation Trench

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Reading assignment is up for next week = a lot! Not a lot of defined practices in water restoration. For the most part everything is biological or ecol
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sinuosity, Hydroelectricity, Moodle

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Reading assignment + chapter 7 reading is on moodle and we will have a quiz on wednesday 9th. Diggers are used to replace natural sinuosity and overall
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Niche Differentiation, Controlled Burn, Wildfire Suppression

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Invasive species may fill an unused niche: using different resources, acquiring resources in a different way, an example is when all the species need n
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Bulk Density, Introduced Species, Lumbricidae

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Talked about lodge pole pine and pine beetles. Showing that as more pine trees died there are less amounts of mycorrhizal fungi present. Loss of mycorr
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Moodle, Mulch, Erosion Control

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Got our tests back today and he went over them. For english make sure to never use (cid:862)you(cid:863). It frustrates him and he will take off marks
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Microfauna, Decomposer, Toxicant

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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Acer Saccharum, Soil Type, Benzene

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We should have stated how deep we were going to excavate. Also we should have said that we don"t care how much copper is there, we just want to figure
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Transect, Brier Island, Standard Deviation

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Toxicity report for lab has to be done in scientific style and in scientific format. He talked about brier island and how there are two bays one was dr
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Compost, Phytoremediation, Populus

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Setting up toxicity tests on january 27 in lab. In addition to the four groups of contamination (we learned on january 22nd) there is also garbage. Bro
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: No-Observed-Adverse-Effect Level, Ic50, Hormesis

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With remediation you want to test species with same factors they will be exposed to out in nature. More than 10% mortality in the control test, the tes
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Storm Drain, Percolation Trench

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Reading assignment is up for next week = a lot! Not a lot of defined practices in water restoration. For the most part everything is biological or ecol
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sinuosity, Hydroelectricity, Moodle

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Reading assignment + chapter 7 reading is on moodle and we will have a quiz on wednesday 9th. Diggers are used to replace natural sinuosity and overall
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Niche Differentiation, Controlled Burn, Wildfire Suppression

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Invasive species may fill an unused niche: using different resources, acquiring resources in a different way, an example is when all the species need n
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Bulk Density, Introduced Species, Lumbricidae

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Talked about lodge pole pine and pine beetles. Showing that as more pine trees died there are less amounts of mycorrhizal fungi present. Loss of mycorr
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Moodle, Mulch, Erosion Control

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Got our tests back today and he went over them. For english make sure to never use (cid:862)you(cid:863). It frustrates him and he will take off marks
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Microfauna, Decomposer, Toxicant

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BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Acer Saccharum, Soil Type, Benzene

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We should have stated how deep we were going to excavate. Also we should have said that we don"t care how much copper is there, we just want to figure
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Transect, Brier Island, Standard Deviation

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Toxicity report for lab has to be done in scientific style and in scientific format. He talked about brier island and how there are two bays one was dr
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Compost, Phytoremediation, Populus

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Setting up toxicity tests on january 27 in lab. In addition to the four groups of contamination (we learned on january 22nd) there is also garbage. Bro
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Niche Differentiation, Controlled Burn, Wildfire Suppression

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Invasive species may fill an unused niche: using different resources, acquiring resources in a different way, an example is when all the species need n
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BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Acer Saccharum, Soil Type, Benzene

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We should have stated how deep we were going to excavate. Also we should have said that we don"t care how much copper is there, we just want to figure
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BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Bulk Density, Introduced Species, Lumbricidae

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Talked about lodge pole pine and pine beetles. Showing that as more pine trees died there are less amounts of mycorrhizal fungi present. Loss of mycorr
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BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Microfauna, Decomposer, Toxicant

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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Storm Drain, Percolation Trench

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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture 11: Feb12bio468

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Wind will shape an environment and creates erosion. Farmland is normally grassland which is its normal undisturbed state. Where there is farming it cre
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chronic Toxicity, Adaptive Management, Ecotoxicology

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Read chapter 5 on monitoring as well as a new chapter that is on moodle. A lab report is due two weeks from february 3rd. There is a midterm on wednesd
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Compost, Phytoremediation, Populus

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Setting up toxicity tests on january 27 in lab. In addition to the four groups of contamination (we learned on january 22nd) there is also garbage. Bro
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BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Transect, Brier Island, Standard Deviation

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Toxicity report for lab has to be done in scientific style and in scientific format. He talked about brier island and how there are two bays one was dr
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STFXBIO 468Angela KolenWinter

BIO 468 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Root Cap, Soil Biology, Mycorrhiza

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That is the only possibility for this scenario. Half of the world is above ground the other half is under the world. More organisms under the soil than
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