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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Smog, Acid Rain, Radiative Equilibrium

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Geo is the science that studies interdependence and interaction among geographic areas, natural systems, processes, society, and cultural activities ov
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Upwelling, Paleoclimatology, Microthermal

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Shortwave Radio, Solar Wind, Sulfur

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Advection, Stratus Cloud, Altocumulus Cloud

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Mount Pinatubo, Hypothermia, Global Dimming

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hyperthermia, Hypothermia, Microclimate

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrosphere, Declination, Cartesian Coordinate System

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Intro: geography, human, physical, four spheres, lithosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, biosphere, five themes, location, place, region, movement/atmosp
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cyclogenesis, Tropical Rainforest, Paleoclimatology

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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Westerlies, Enhanced Fujita Scale, Automated Airport Weather Station

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GEOG 2050 Test3

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Question 1: explain how time zones are related to longitude. Time zones relate to longitude through the earth"s rotation. 24 hours from east to west, i
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CFS 4052 Lecture 11: DISCUSSION SET QUESTION #3

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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nuclear Family, Pillow Talk, Tender Years Doctrine

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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: False Dilemma, Moodle, The Work Foundation

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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Embezzlement, John Paul Stevens, Vasectomy

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CFS 4052 Lecture 14: DISCUSSION SET 5

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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Legal Guardian, In Loco Parentis, Equal Protection Clause

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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Solipsism, Moodle, The Boston Globe

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Student Handout Lesson 19

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GEOG 2050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thermal Energy, Black Carbon, Refraction

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Difference between temperature and heat: temperature: is the measure o kinetic energy (the movement of air molecules) Energy of motion (molecules movin
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Geography Notes

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Lecture 1

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Spatial: analyze space temporal-time, spatial- nature or character of physical space, spatial analysis- the key approach of geography, spatial scale- p
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9 19 Notes

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6 20 Notes

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Why: by moving over a warmer surface, turbulence, time elapsed. Cold fronts: the cold air wants to be close to the surface because it is dense: cold ai
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Lecture 2

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Sept 21 (equator: varies from 23. 5 degrees north to 23. 5 degrees south, dec 21 (tropic of capricorn, mar 21 (equator) Be able to make an orbit type c
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Lecture3

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Earth has a satellite too, we satellite too, we call it the moon call it the moon. Earth revolves around the sun around the sun. Average distance from
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6 19 Notes

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2051 Notes From 1 14 15 To 1 21 15

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GEOG 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: 3 Ft Gauge Rail Modelling, Ionosphere, Radiography

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GEOG 2050 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite, Lithosphere, Biogeography

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Chapter 5 Guide

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Helpful guide and questions for material for exam 2 (chapter 5) Air temperature has a remarkable influence upon our lives, both at the microlevel and a
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Geog Ch2

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1. 23. 12: solar system formation, inner planets, sun, insolation, solar radiation, rotation, revolution, subsolar point, solar constant, season, axial
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Chapter 7

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0. 0003% is rivers and streams: saline lake: no connection to the ocean, as water evaporates, the salt stays and makes for a very salty lake. Stability
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2 GEOGRAPHY (ch 4-6)

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QUIZZES FOR CHAPTER 4 TEST 2

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Quiz for chapter 4: atmosphere and surface energy balances. The passage of shortwave and longwave radiation through the atmosphere is called refraction
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Geog 2050 2 27

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Temperature- average kenitic energy (motion) of molecules: heat measured in calories, raise temp of 1g water by 1 degree celsius, 1000 food calories=1
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Chapter 3 Chapter Questions

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It is a simple mixture of gases that is naturally odorless, colorless, tasteless, and formless blended so well it acts like a single gas. The component
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Lithosphere, Advection, Thermosphere

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Geography Exam 2 Test Review

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: line of constant (equal) pressure value on weather maps. Spacing of isobars indicates intensity of pressure difference (or gradient: closer isobars a
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sea Breeze, Jet Stream, Katabatic Wind

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Scales used to measure temperature in atmosphere and surface. Fahrenheit: melting point 32* f boling point = 212* f (180* f apart) Celsius: melting poi
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Final Guide: Humid Continental Climate, Water Scarcity, Solar Irradiance

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GEOG 2050 Midterm: EXAM #2 - NOTES

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Temperature: is the average motion of kinetic energy. Heat: is the transfer of energy from warm objects to cool objects (e. g. gradient or frontal boun
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Geography Notes

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Types of energy potential energy stored by virtue of position chemical photosynthesis nuclear fission splitting atoms into smaller parts nuclear fusion
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Altostratus Cloud, Cubic Mile, Stratocumulus Cloud

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The amount of energy that a blackbody (objects that absorb and emit radiation uniformly and with 100% efficiency) emits is proportional to the fourth p
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Test 2 Notes

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February 13: - transmission, scattering, diffusion, refraction, mirage, reflection, albedo, absorption, Insolation input all radiation received at eart
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GEOG 2050 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ionosphere, Declination, Tropopause

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Water on earth: covers 71% of the earth"s surface, hydrosphere, essential to life, water from solar system formation, outgassing. Hydrologic cycle: fig
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Geodesy- the study of the shape of the earth. Latitude- lines that run east-west, parallel lines called parallels. Degrees north-south (0-90 degrees n,
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Above arctic circle= sun never sets/ sun never rises: view from the earth surface, sun"s altitude, angle between the sun and the horizon, sunrise/sunse
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GEOG 2050 Test 2

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Key concepts: transmission, scattering, diffusion, refraction, mirage, reflection, albedo, absorption, rayleigh scattering. Earth"s energy budget: sola
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