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[GEOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (22 pages long!)

Physical geology examines the materials composing earth and seeks to understand the many processes that operate. Historical geology to understand the o
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Orthoclase, Muscovite, Geothermal Gradient

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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Nuclear Weapon, Foreshock, Submarine Earthquake

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Seismicity => earthquake activity: causes, fault motion. Slip on old fault: magma motion. Eruptions: giant landslides, meteorite impacts, humans. Under
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Plagioclase, Euhedral And Anhedral, Muscovite

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***minerals are- naturally occurring, solid, definite chemical composition, ordered atomic arrangements, mostly inorganic. ***in minerals atoms are not
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Monocline, Continental Crust, Orogeny

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FINAL STUDY GUIDE GEO (got 93% on the test)

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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Magnetic Dip, Protoplanet, Bathymetry

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Part 1: what is the big bang theory, elements come from the stars, basics of the planets in our solar system. Notes: universe contains all matter and e
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Clay Minerals, Aureola, Geologic Time Scale

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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Metamorphic Rock, Gabbro, Rhyolite

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Key elements- crust si, o, al earth- fe, si, o, mg. Crust (0-40 km) mantle (40-2890 km) outer core (2898-5150 km) inner core. 2 about the magnetic fiel
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Feldspar, Hematite, Siltstone

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Student Handout Lesson 7

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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Continental Crust, James Hutton, Plate Tectonics

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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: East Pacific Rise, Convergent Boundary, Mid-Ocean Ridge

Plates are in constant motion relative to each other, most major interaction among them occur along their boundaries. There are three boundaries: diver
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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sulfur, Calcite, Gypsum

A rock is made of 2 or more minerals (can be the same mineral) Landscape, allows us to look at evolution over time. Outcrop, a smaller scale, less rece
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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pumice, Crystallization, Conchoidal Fracture

Mineral any naturally occurring inorganic solid that possesses an orderly crystalline structure and a definite chemical composition that allows for som
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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Braided River, Dune, Weathering

Deposition: occurs when the wind/water/ice slows down and the sediments fall out of the method of transportation, could occur in lakes and rivers and d
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GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cinder Cone, Pyroclastic Flow, Eruption Column

Is temp is rising it shows that the magma is closer to the surface. Low viscosity with lots of gas that flies into the air. More on scoria cones and ro
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GEOL 1001 Lecture 2: GEOL 1001 TEST 1 SG

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Processes that occur on the surface and inside of the earth. History of the earth and the development of the earth. Study of deep time millions and bil
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GEOL 1001 Chapter 1: Geol 1001- Introduction to National Park System

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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Paleomagnetism, Supercontinent

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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Microorganism, Hydrochloric Acid, Talc

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=> they are the building block of the earth; we use minerals to create and make different things in the world; valuable. Difference between a rock and
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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Magnesium, Asthenosphere, Lithosphere

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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Flux Melting, Subduction, Crystallization

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Melts => magma (melt underground) or lava (melt at surface) Needed to be about 1100 650o c hot. Intrusive => under surface, cools out of sight: how do
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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Oceanic Crust, Peridotite, Basalt

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Geologic processes phenomena and materials play a role in your everyday life (ex: sinkholes, oil production, earthquakes) Contains all matter and energ
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GEOL 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Paleoclimatology, Paleomagnetism, Meteorology

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Wrote the origins of the continents and oceans in 1915. Proposed the supercontinent: pangaea: continental evidence, glacial evidence. Proposed that lan
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pyroxene, Amphibole, Foreshock

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Jovian planet- large, low density, gas giant- jupiter, saturn, uranus, and. ***terrestrial planets are the 4 most interior planets. ***blue lights have
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Migmatite, Proterozoic, Asthenosphere

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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flow Velocity, River Source, Indian Subcontinent

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***streams remove excess water from the landscape and carry it eventually to the sea. ***stream flow begins as moving sheetwash(thin surface layer of w
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Final Exam Review Sheet Filled In (97% in the course

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This review sheet is to help you study. I reserve the right to add to this list at any time between now and the final. Highlighted sections are things
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pyrite, Seafloor Spreading, Igneous Rock

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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aquifer, Basalt

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***primary porosity originally formed with the material; voids in sediment; vesticles in basalt; may decrease with burial compaction with cementation.
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GEOL 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Magnetic Dip, Protoplanet, Bathymetry

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