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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

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ESCI 401- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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HTM 17300 Quiz: Chapter 13 review

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FI 3300 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plasma Membrane Monoamine Transporter, Effective Interest Rate, Savings Account

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FI 3300 Study Guide - Final Guide: Net Present Value, Risk Premium, Retained Earnings

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FI 3300 Lecture 3: Annuity Protocol

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FI 3300 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Retained Earnings, Accounts Receivable, Common Stock

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FI 3300 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Retained Earnings, Capital Asset Pricing Model, The Home Depot

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FI 3300 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Interest Expense, Net Income, Accrual

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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Shale Gas, Petroleum Reservoir, Continental Shelf

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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Oceanic Crust, Absolute Time And Space, Uniformitarianism

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The oldest oceanic crust is about 180-200 million years old. Physical processes that we observe today also operated in the past, at about the same rate
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Isostasy, Firn, Ablation Zone

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Snow and granular ice are similar to sediments. They both form from solidification of a melt i: melt: a. b. Ice water: snow and ice like metamorphic ro
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Vadose Zone, Aquifer, Water Table

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23 Oct 2017
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cross-Bedding, U-Shaped Valley, Pyramidal Peak

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Ice crystals stretch, grow and slide past each other. Dominates in cold regions where ice at the base of the glacier is frozen to bedrock i. ii. iii. i
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inner Core, Emil Wiechert, Ct Scan

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What are the steps in the scientific method, making observations, creating a hypothesis, hypothesis: tentative explanation based on data, test to see i
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Stalactite, Ogallala Aquifer, Stalagmite

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What rock types make good aquifers and why, two major types of sedimentary rocks that can hold water for aquifers: i. Limestone and sandstone: this is
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Transpiration, Evaporation, Atacama Desert

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How much of earth"s water is fresh, hydrology i. Study of the movements and characteristics of water on and under earth"s surface i: four percent of ea
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Igneous Differentiation, Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust

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Moon rock ages are all greater than about 3 billion years. The oldest age of oceanic crust is about 200 million years old. Index fossils and changes in
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Syncline, Monocline, True North

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ESCI 401- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 67 pages long!)

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Shale Gas, Petroleum Reservoir, Continental Shelf

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Oceanic Crust, Absolute Time And Space, Uniformitarianism

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The oldest oceanic crust is about 180-200 million years old. Physical processes that we observe today also operated in the past, at about the same rate
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Isostasy, Firn, Ablation Zone

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Snow and granular ice are similar to sediments. They both form from solidification of a melt i: melt: a. b. Ice water: snow and ice like metamorphic ro
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Vadose Zone, Aquifer, Water Table

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cross-Bedding, U-Shaped Valley, Pyramidal Peak

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Ice crystals stretch, grow and slide past each other. Dominates in cold regions where ice at the base of the glacier is frozen to bedrock i. ii. iii. i
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inner Core, Emil Wiechert, Ct Scan

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What are the steps in the scientific method, making observations, creating a hypothesis, hypothesis: tentative explanation based on data, test to see i
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Stalactite, Ogallala Aquifer, Stalagmite

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What rock types make good aquifers and why, two major types of sedimentary rocks that can hold water for aquifers: i. Limestone and sandstone: this is
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Transpiration, Evaporation, Atacama Desert

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Igneous Differentiation, Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust

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Moon rock ages are all greater than about 3 billion years. The oldest age of oceanic crust is about 200 million years old. Index fossils and changes in
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Uranium-238, Uranium-235, Closure Temperature

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ESCI 401- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 67 pages long!)

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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Oceanic Crust, Absolute Time And Space, Uniformitarianism

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The oldest oceanic crust is about 180-200 million years old. Physical processes that we observe today also operated in the past, at about the same rate
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Fault Breccia, Seismic Wave, Fault Block

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Syncline, Monocline, True North

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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Cross-Bedding, U-Shaped Valley, Pyramidal Peak

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Ice crystals stretch, grow and slide past each other. Dominates in cold regions where ice at the base of the glacier is frozen to bedrock i. ii. iii. i
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UNHESCI 401Boettcher, Margaret S.Fall

ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Isostasy, Firn, Ablation Zone

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Snow and granular ice are similar to sediments. They both form from solidification of a melt i: melt: a. b. Ice water: snow and ice like metamorphic ro
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ESCI 401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Stalactite, Ogallala Aquifer, Stalagmite

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