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UBCEOSC 114John ShermanWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 108 pages long Study Guide!

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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 108 pages long!)

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UBCEOSC 114Athaide DileepWinter

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Very large scale, permanent winds that blow over the ocean produce surface currents, which transport both matter (water) and energy. Winds that blow oc
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerWinter

EOSC 114 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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UBCEOSC 114Brett GilleyFall

EOSC 114- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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Atoms consist of protons (+) and neutrons in the nucleus and electrons (-) in orbit. Atomic mass : number of protons (+) + number of neutrons. Isotopes
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (64 pages long!)

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Substantial event causing physical damage, injury or loss of life and/or drastic change to the environment. Elements: a chemical element consists of id
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 99 pages long Study Guide!

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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 97 pages long!)

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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

[EOSC 114] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (24 pages long)

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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerWinter

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EOSC 114 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rotating Magnetic Field, Latent Heat, Group Velocity

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EOSC 114 Quiz: EOSC114 Quiz Earthquakes

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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerSpring

EOSC 114 Lecture 7: Impacts from Space and Mass Extinction Events (Complete)

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Lesson one: extinctions the great dying: the earth"s changing biosphere. A mass extinction is a crisis that affects life right across the planet from t
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerSummer

Impacts from Space and Mass Extinction Events Notes.docx

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UBCEOSC 114John ShermanWinter

EOSC 114 Lecture 10: EOSC 114 -L10 - Waves

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Wavelength (l) distance for one full cycle (crest-to-crest, trough-to-trough) Wave height (h) - vertical distance from crest to trough. Wavelength (l)
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerFall

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Return Period, Natural Disaster, Relate

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Module 1: is the earth a fragile system: explain what density is and how it relates to stratification. Higher density sinks to bottom (in presence of g
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UBCEOSC 114Deborah GiaschiFall

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Mass Number, Sensible Heat, Weather Satellite

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Correct answer: infinite, 9800 n, 100 n. A. air: ice 100, water, nitrogen, lava. A. work: latent heat, potential energy, power, sensible heat. A. it de
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerSpring

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cinder Cone, Volcano, Shield Volcano

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UBCEOSC 114Brett GilleyFall

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Basalt, Inner Core, Oceanic Crust

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Japan - march 11, 2011: 235 billion dollars!!!!!!!!! Dramatic: destruction of buildings, injuries, fatalities, tsunamies . Disturbing: what appears sta
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Lahar, Hazard Analysis, Thermography

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Volcanic hazard: any potentially dangerous volcanic process (eg. lava flows, pyroclastic flows, ash fallout, lahars) Volcanic risk: any potential loss
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Advection, Leading Edge, Microburst

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EOSC 114 Chapter Notes -Mass Number, Saffir–Simpson Scale, University Of British Columbia Okanagan

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Natural cataclysmic events affect the earth every day, and are a normal part of the earth-ocean-atmosphere system. However, these same events (landslid
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UBCEOSC 114Brett GilleyFall

EOSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter module 5: Cumulonimbus Incus, Tornado Alley, Vertical Draft

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Lightning risk : three ways lightning can strike people outdoors. Side flash: a ects people taking shade under a tree. Lightning comes down to to a tre
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EOSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Standard Deviation, Putty, Sound

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EOSC 114 Chapter Notes -Japanese Philosophy, Biogeochemical Cycle, Silt

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Chapter 1: a global and canadian outlook on natural disasters. Great natural disaster a natural disaster to so overwhelming that outside assistance is
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerFall

EOSC 114 Chapter 4: Landslides

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Effects of landslides are long-lasting & costly: death, triggers secondary disasters, damaged property & infrastructure, contamination of water supplie
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 31: Biostratigraphy, Geosphere, Hydrosphere

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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerFall

EOSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Magma Chamber, Pyroclastic Flow, Lava

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Formed by melted pre-existing rocks in earth"s interior. Comprised of melt, crystals of minerals & gas bubbles. Less dense than solid rock (so it rises
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerFall

EOSC 114 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Accretionary Wedge, Echo Sounding, Seismic Wave

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Scale of earthquake magnitude is logarithmic: earthquakes with magnitude <0 means original number"s value is 0-1. Seismogram: instrument that records g
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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerFall

EOSC 114 Chapter 5: Tsunami

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When wind blows across water, energy is transferred from atmosphere to water: this creates waves & currents. Large scale, permanent winds produce surfa
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UBCEOSC 114Sarah Bean ShermanSummer

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