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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Earth, Weimar Republic, Adolf Hitler

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12 Oct 2018
1 second after the big bang the universe cooled to 10 9 k or c - protons/electrons/neutrons created. About 1 billion years later - quasars and active g
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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Earth, Weimar Republic, Adolf Hitler

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19 Nov 2018
1 second after the big bang the universe cooled to 10 9 k or c - protons/electrons/neutrons created. About 1 billion years later - quasars and active g
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YORKNATS 1750Mary-Helene ArmourFall

NATS 1750 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Solifluction, Drumlin, Mass Wasting

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30 Dec 2019
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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Lecture 75: NATS 1750 Chapter 20, Lecture 75 notes (WINTER)

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3 Aug 2018
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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Lecture 66: NATS 1750 Chapter 19, Lecture 66 Notes (WINTER)

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3 Aug 2018
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

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9 Feb
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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9 Feb
Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

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9 Feb
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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YORKWinter

NATS 1560 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Calibri, Moodle, Hank Green

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2 Feb 2020
Write your name (as it appears in the class list) and student number on the line above. Read the instructions completely, including the academic integr
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Joseph Von Fraunhofer, Annie Jump Cannon, Williamina Fleming

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16 Jul 2019
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Lecture 17: NATS 1870- Short Assignment #2 (June 9)

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16 Jul 2019
Ancient folklore from china and europe describes auroras as: souls at play, using a walrus head as a ball, great dragons or serpents in the skies, view
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cecilia Payne-Gaposchkin, Harlow Shapley, White Dwarf

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16 Jun 2019
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YORKWinter

NATS 1870 Quiz: NATS 1870- Quiz 1 (History of Colours)

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16 Jun 2019
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750-Earth structure .pdf

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13 Nov 2014
1, 12: earth is dynamic active body, only the layer at the top is truly was we think of as solid", three main layers; core, mantle, crust. Post wwii wi
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lithification, Gneiss, Metamorphic Rock

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24 Feb 2015
Chapters 1, 3, 6, 7: rocks are mixtures of minerals, 3 main types. Metamorphic (chp 7: they can be formed a number of different ways, we place these di
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YORKNATS 1750Edward Jones- ImhotepFall

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Natural Philosophy, Human Body, Antoine Lavoisier

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2 Apr 2016
Detail supporting arguments are the best way to explain things. Thesis is telling us what you think, but speculation is not wanted. Want imagination, h
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750-Earth& Minerals.pdf

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13 Nov 2014
Most are an aggregate of minerals but they can be other things (like limestone or coal or volcanic glass) How atoms s>ck together: minerals are mostly
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hydrosphere

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23 Jan 2015
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mica, Schist, Mafic

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2 Jun 2016
Requirements of a mineral: naturally occurring, inorganic solid, crystalline structure, represented by chemical formula: ch4: organized arrangement. Ac
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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Stunde Null, Spritsail, Group 47

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3 Oct 2018
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YORKNATS 1750Ian McdadeWinter

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Gleichschaltung, Nazi Party, Social Darwinism

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3 Oct 2018
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YORKNATS 1750William WickenWinter

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mackenzie Dike Swarm, Cinder Cone, Pyroclastic Surge

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13 Apr 2016
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YORKNATS 1750William WickenSpring

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Heliocentrism, Scientific Method, Milky Way

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7 Jan 2018
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

Earth and its Atmosphere Chapter 1 Notes.docx

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12 Nov 2014
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

Earth and its Atmosphere Earth Structure Notes.docx

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12 Nov 2014
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YORKNATS 1750Ian LumbFall

NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Crystal Habit, Faceting Machine, Silicate Minerals

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22 Dec 2017
Sugar, fat, plastic, propane and protein are organic chemicals: almost all minerals are inorganic, meaning that there are not organic chemicals. Di rac
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

NATS 1750 Chapter Notes -Iceberg, Accretionary Wedge, Rodinia

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12 Nov 2014
India has pushed a few hundred km under the asian plate this is what has uplifted the. How did continents form: early in its history earth had no conti
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YORKNATS 1750Ian LumbFall

NATS 1750 Chapter 20: chap 20 earths atmosphere, portrait of a planet

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22 Dec 2017
The rst atmosphere, which consisted mostly of hydrogen and helium, with traces of other gases, survived only a short period of time: addition of new ga
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YORKNATS 1750Ian LumbFall

NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Continental Crust, Thermal Energy, Paleomagnetism

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22 Dec 2017
This supercontinent he called pangea, later broke into smaller continents by drifting apart and moving to their now present positions this proposal was
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YORKNATS 1750Ian LumbFall

NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Source Rock, Asthenosphere, Potassium Oxide

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22 Dec 2017
Igneous rocks: rock made by freezing of a melt has formed. Igneous rocks exist in the earth crust, they make up all of the ocean crust, beneath the ven
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YORKNATS 1750Ian LumbFall

NATS 1750 Chapter 4: chapter4, portrait of a planet

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22 Dec 2017
Plates: the lithosphere and the outer layer of the earth consists of separate pieces that with respect to one another. The lithosphere lies over a rela
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lithification, Gneiss, Metamorphic Rock

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YORKNATS 1750Edward Jones- ImhotepFall

NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Natural Philosophy, Human Body, Antoine Lavoisier

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NATS 1750-Earth& Minerals.pdf

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Most are an aggregate of minerals but they can be other things (like limestone or coal or volcanic glass) How atoms s>ck together: minerals are mostly
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YORKNATS 1750Mary- Helen ArmourFall

Earth and its Atmosphere Chapter 1 Notes.docx

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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hydrosphere

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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mica, Schist, Mafic

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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Stunde Null, Spritsail, Group 47

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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Global Cooling, Global Warming, Dendrochronology

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Lecture 23: climate and climate change [chapter 20] Weather = the conditions of air temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, cloudiness, and precipi
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Weathering, Rain Shadow, Mass Wasting

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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Oceanic Basin, List Of Disney Animated Shorts, Outgassing

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Earth"s oceans are salty due to minerals that have dissolved in these basins over time. Earth is covered by about 70% water, largely in the oceans. Fre
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Pressure-Gradient Force, Pressure Gradient, Coriolis Force

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30 Dec 2019
Lecture 22: the earth"s major weather systems [chapter 19] Wind = the horizontal movement of air from one place to another. A gradient = how something
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Late Heavy Bombardment, Cyanobacteria, Barometer

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An atmosphere = the thin layer of gases held by a planet"s gravity. The layer of gases generally extends up at most a few hundred kilometres. Since gas
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Milankovitch Cycles, Pleistocene, Cenozoic

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Tundra once covered parts of america, and the southern states of america once had forests like those in new england today. Regions of europe that suppo
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Mass Wasting, Debris Flow, Regolith

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30 Dec 2019
Mass-wasting = the downslope movement of rock, regolith, and soil under the direct influence of. When people and communities are in the way, a natural
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Continental Crust, Aretes, Lithosphere

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30 Dec 2019
*key point: more snow falls than melts in the summer. Glaciers can develop in polar regions and on mountains at any latitude. The shapes of snowflakes
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Desert Varnish, Suspended Load, Caliche

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30 Dec 2019
Deserts are so dry that they support vegetation on no more than 15% of the surface. The average annual rainfall is less than 25cm/year. Deserts cover a
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NATS 1750 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Downcutting, Water Cycle, Oxbow Lake

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30 Dec 2019
Jan/15/2019 portion could be collected in a sphere with a diameter of 275km. The hydrologic cycle = the movement of water around the earth"s system. Fr
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