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EAS205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mercalli Intensity Scale, Convergent Boundary, Silicate Minerals

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EAS205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pore Water Pressure, Weathering, Clay Minerals

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EAS205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chlorofluorocarbon, Walker Circulation, Solution

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EAS 372 UofA Midterm 1 2010 withSolutions

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Equations and data given at back: live web weather data (8 x 1/2 4%, height (asl) of the 500 hpa surface over edmonton at 12z this morning was. 535 dam
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EAS 372 UofA Midterm 1 2010

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The strongest updraft at the 850 hpa level has a magnitude in the range. Pa/s: according to the nam model run initialized at 06utc today, the central (
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EAS 372 UofA Midterm 2012 data

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71119 wse edmonton stony plain observations at 12z 01 mar 2012. Pres hght temp dwpt relh mixr drct sknt thta thte thtv hpa m c c % g/kg deg knot k k k.
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EAS 372 UofA Midterm 2 2010

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Please answer in the booklet provided; please attach your hodograph, and any other gure(s) that illustrate your working. The strongest updraft at the 8
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EAS 372 UofA Midterm 2 2010 withSolutions

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EAS 372 UofA Exam 2010 withSolutions

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Xx (c) atmospheric strati cation is unconditionally stable (d) relative vorticity = 0. 2: live web weather data (7 x 1 7%) Please access the internet f
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EAS 372 UofA 2012 Exam withSolutions

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The qg vorticity equation, which associates a property of the vorticity and motion elds with horizontal divergence dp, is dg dt. = f0 dp where f0 is th
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EAS 372 UofA 2011 Midterm 2 withSolutions

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EAS 372 UofA 2011 Midterm 1

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Equations and data given at back: live web weather data (8 x 1/2 4%) To answer the following questions, please use whatever web resources best suit (e.
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EAS 372 UofA 2012 Midterm

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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Water Table, Subsidence, Vinyl Chloride

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Continuous circulation of water from various reservoirs. Residence time = amt. of water in reservoir. Water infiltration has a lower limit rate of wate
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Topic 9 - Waste Disposal.pdf

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Also includes processing (huge tailings piles, spoils, slag heaps) Typically toxic or inert on a short term. About 30 years ago, these held of the wast
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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Surf Zone, Sinuosity, River Channel Migration

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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Plate Tectonics, Continental Crust, Subduction

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Age back calculation of the rate of expansion of the universe. Spinning cloud of dust and gas formed the sun and planets. Accounts for the almost co-pl
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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Ahor, Chrysotile, Opata Language

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9914$ is the driving mechanism behind air quality changes. Human input varies from 35 million to 180 million tons per year. Commercial term for fibrous
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Topic 3 - Volcanoes.pdf

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Source from upper mantle (~50 to 250 km in depth) Composition determines: activity type, shape, possible types of hazards. Composition: mixture of sio2
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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Longshore Drift, Wave Base, United Service Organizations

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Can be rapidly changing or relatively stable. Shoreline geometry is determined by plate tectonics: active margin, passive margin. Fairly deep drop to o
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Plate tectonics - Chapter 3

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Topic 2 - Earthquakes.pdf

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Sudden slippage (rupture) along fault zones in response to stress: seismic slip. Can form new faults or rejuvenate old faults. Defined as applied force
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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Thunderstorm, Seagrass, Longshore Drift

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The causes of flooding may change a little bit here. Sea level changes -> how bad its going to be depends on exactly where you are and what are the fac
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Regolith, Hydrosphere, Geosphere

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Any part of the universe that can be isolated from the rest of the universe for the purpose of observing and measuring changes. Isolated: exchange of n
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Laterite, Tillage, Contour Plowing

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Soil has few soluble nutrients left in it. Growth is supported by decay, so if the forest is cleared to plant crops, most of the nutrients are taken aw
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Scree, Downhill Creep, Solifluction

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Creep: when downslope movement is quite slow (soil creep is more common than rock creep) (can cause serious property damage) Solifluction: slow movemen
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Soil Horizon, Calcite

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EAS 205 Chapter 8: Mass Movement 2.2

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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Midale, Chlorofluorocarbon, Bismuth

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N2 + o2 comprises 99. 7% of the total: global warming. Earth has an energy balance (where an equilibrium has been established, and it"s temperature is
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Metal Toxicity, Anaerobic Digestion

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EAS 205 Chapter 13: Coastal Zones

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Beach: gently slopping surface, washed over by waves & covered by sediments. Beach face: portion regularly washed by waves as tides rise/ fall. Berm: f
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EAS 205 Chapter 8: Causes of Mass Movements

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Mass movement/wasting: caused by gravity tugging downward on every mass of material. Landslide: rapid mass movement (causes great damage, a lot of prop
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: High-Level Radioactive Waste Management, Water Cycle, Subduction

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Radioacive isotopes decay in many ways that release energy, making the material hot. The process of decay can"t be sped up, so it takes a long ime for
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Regolith, Hydrosphere, Geosphere

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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Laterite, Tillage, Contour Plowing

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Soil has few soluble nutrients left in it. Growth is supported by decay, so if the forest is cleared to plant crops, most of the nutrients are taken aw
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EAS205 Lecture Notes - Water Table, Subsidence, Vinyl Chloride

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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Scree, Downhill Creep, Solifluction

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Creep: when downslope movement is quite slow (soil creep is more common than rock creep) (can cause serious property damage) Solifluction: slow movemen
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Topic 9 - Waste Disposal.pdf

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Also includes processing (huge tailings piles, spoils, slag heaps) Typically toxic or inert on a short term. About 30 years ago, these held of the wast
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Soil Horizon, Calcite

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EAS205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Chlorofluorocarbon, Walker Circulation, Solution

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EAS205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mercalli Intensity Scale, Convergent Boundary, Silicate Minerals

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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Regolith, Hydrosphere, Geosphere

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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10 & 1: Walker Circulation, Indo-Pacific, Riebeckite

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El ni o related to air circulaion cells. The air moves in southeasterlies, from high pressure over. South america to low pressure over the indo-austral
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Overdraft, Overgrazing, Desert Pavement

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A region with so litle vegetaion that only a limited populaion (human or animal) can be supported on that land: development of deserts: Typically locat
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ice Crystals, Polar Ice Cap, Silt

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A body of ice suiciently massive to move under it"s own weight in response to gravity. Over prolonged periods, the accumulaion during winter may exceed
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EAS205 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Midale, Chlorofluorocarbon, Bismuth

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