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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 46 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
The bright regions of mars are dusty while the dark regions are basaltic. The radius of mars is roughly half that of earth while its gravity is 3. 7m/s
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sinuosity, Bedform, Mass Wasting

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6 Apr 2018
Thought to have formed by huge catastrophic floods. Age estimates for athabasca, grjota, and marte valles are 2-8, 10-40, and 35-140 my, respectively.
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Final Guide: Valles Marineris, Hellas Planitia, Husband Hill

7 Page
14 May 2018
Faulting that formed canyons is part of a radial network of faults around tharsis. It is unknown why such a large rift like valles marineris formed onl
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Volumetric Heat Capacity, Skin Effect, Thermal Conductivity

7 Page
23 Feb 2018
The temperature on earth is roughly 40k higher. The atmospheric pressure is about 160x stronger on earth. A martian day is longer by 40 minutes. While
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AMS 361 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Coefficient Matrix, Identity Matrix

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25 May 2020
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ESE 305 Study Guide - Final Guide: Linear Time-Invariant Theory, Step Function, Convolution

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24 May 2020
Some discrete-time signals: the unit impulse is given by. Here n denotes the discrete-time index: the unit step function is given by u[n k] = ( 0, Some
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MAT 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Euclidean Geometry, Academic Dishonesty, Infor

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24 Feb 2020
Mat 200, logic, language and proof, spring 2020. This syllabus contains the policies and expectations that the instructor has established for this cour
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MAT 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Multivariable Calculus, Vector Calculus, Graphing Calculator

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24 Feb 2020
We cover geometry in the space, partial di erentiation, multiple integration, and vector calculus. Well, single variable calculus is usually not enough
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MAT 211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Academic Dishonesty, Linear Map, Row Echelon Form

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24 Feb 2020
All the information about the course will be posted on blackboard (https://blackboard. stonybrook. edu/). Your nal grade will be determined as follows:
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CHE 133 Lecture 6: 06 Team Report Form

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13 Nov 2019
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CSE 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Academic Dishonesty, Instance Variable, Root Beer

18 Page
3 Sep 2019
Cse 114 midterm exam 2 practice version key. The name of the student to your left: The name of the student to your right: please leave at least one sea
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CSE 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Academic Dishonesty, Viscosity, Class Diagram

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3 Sep 2019
Cse 114 midterm exam 2 practice version. The name of the student to your left: The name of the student to your right: please leave at least one seat be
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CSE 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Academic Dishonesty, Harshad Number, Substring

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3 Sep 2019
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CSE 114 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Flattening, Semicolon

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3 Sep 2019
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Nakhlite, Lherzolite, Diogenite

3 Page
31 Mar 2018
Ci, cm, co, cv, ck, cr, ch: ordinary chondrites. Iron meteorites (main groups: ia, iia, iib, iiia, iiib, iva, others. It is an orthopyroxenite and is n
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Shock Metamorphism, Planetary Differentiation, Cosmic Ray

2 Page
31 Mar 2018
Age -- almost all martian meteorites are relatively young volcanic rocks (180-1300my) with composition similar to terrestrial basalts. Oxygen isotopes
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermal Emission Spectrometer, Basaltic Andesite, Tharsis

2 Page
21 Feb 2018
Long history of volcanism on mars, concentrated at tharsis and elysium, and near hellas. By end of noachian (~3. 8ga) and tharsis bulge (10km high, 500
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canyon, Sinus Meridiani, Hellas Planitia

3 Page
6 Mar 2018
Difficult to distinguish lava channels from water-carved channels. Olympica fossae appears sinuous in some places and rectilinear in others -- combinat
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture 26: Landing Sites -- Surface Properties and Processes - 2

3 Page
14 May 2018
Identical rovers sent to meridiani planum and gusev crater. Search for evidence of water -- hydrothermal, evaporite ,or sedimentary deposits. Gusev is
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Valles Marineris, Melas Chasma, Chasma

2 Page
30 Mar 2018
East of melas chasma is coprates chasma, consisting of several parallel sections divided by ridges. Flat-floor of coprates is generally free of landsid
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Aquifer, Valles Marineris, Gravity Current

3 Page
6 Mar 2018
They could be formed by water erosion, glaciation, faulting, mass wasting, volcanism, or a combination of these processes. It refers to the conduit wit
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Planetary Differentiation, Planetesimal, Goldschmidt Classification

3 Page
1 Feb 2018
Collapse of molecular cloud of dust and gas into rotating disc over a period of about 10,000 years - solar nebula. Dust particles collide and stick ult
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Vastitas Borealis, Gilbert Levin, Geiger Counter

3 Page
14 May 2018
Four landers and four rovers have successfully returned imagery, mineralogical and geochemical data from the surface of mars. 600 kg landed mass, power
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Goldschmidt Classification, Radiogenic Nuclide, Olivine

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31 Mar 2018
Snc meteorite chemistry used to estimate composition of silicate portion of mars (mantle and crust) Details vary between models, but they agree on main
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Final Guide: Valles Marineris, Hellas Planitia, Husband Hill

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Faulting that formed canyons is part of a radial network of faults around tharsis. It is unknown why such a large rift like valles marineris formed onl
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sinuosity, Bedform, Mass Wasting

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6 Apr 2018
Thought to have formed by huge catastrophic floods. Age estimates for athabasca, grjota, and marte valles are 2-8, 10-40, and 35-140 my, respectively.
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 46 pages long!)

46 Page
28 Mar 2018
The bright regions of mars are dusty while the dark regions are basaltic. The radius of mars is roughly half that of earth while its gravity is 3. 7m/s
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Nakhlite, Lherzolite, Diogenite

3 Page
31 Mar 2018
Ci, cm, co, cv, ck, cr, ch: ordinary chondrites. Iron meteorites (main groups: ia, iia, iib, iiia, iiib, iva, others. It is an orthopyroxenite and is n
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Volumetric Heat Capacity, Skin Effect, Thermal Conductivity

7 Page
23 Feb 2018
The temperature on earth is roughly 40k higher. The atmospheric pressure is about 160x stronger on earth. A martian day is longer by 40 minutes. While
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Shock Metamorphism, Planetary Differentiation, Cosmic Ray

2 Page
31 Mar 2018
Age -- almost all martian meteorites are relatively young volcanic rocks (180-1300my) with composition similar to terrestrial basalts. Oxygen isotopes
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermal Emission Spectrometer, Basaltic Andesite, Tharsis

2 Page
21 Feb 2018
Long history of volcanism on mars, concentrated at tharsis and elysium, and near hellas. By end of noachian (~3. 8ga) and tharsis bulge (10km high, 500
View Document
SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Canyon, Sinus Meridiani, Hellas Planitia

3 Page
6 Mar 2018
Difficult to distinguish lava channels from water-carved channels. Olympica fossae appears sinuous in some places and rectilinear in others -- combinat
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture 26: Landing Sites -- Surface Properties and Processes - 2

3 Page
14 May 2018
Identical rovers sent to meridiani planum and gusev crater. Search for evidence of water -- hydrothermal, evaporite ,or sedimentary deposits. Gusev is
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Valles Marineris, Melas Chasma, Chasma

2 Page
30 Mar 2018
East of melas chasma is coprates chasma, consisting of several parallel sections divided by ridges. Flat-floor of coprates is generally free of landsid
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Study Guide - Final Guide: Valles Marineris, Hellas Planitia, Husband Hill

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14 May 2018
Faulting that formed canyons is part of a radial network of faults around tharsis. It is unknown why such a large rift like valles marineris formed onl
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Valles Marineris, Valley Network, Dew Point

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14 May 2018
Weathering and impact erosion could make thick co2 atmosphere difficult to maintain. Impact is energetic enough to accelerate vapor plume to escape vel
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Groundwater Sapping, Valley Network, Clay Minerals

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14 May 2018
Multiple features on the martian surface imply climatic conditions were different in the past than today: Valley networks, lakes, oceans, deltas, hydra
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Dark Slope Streak, Volumetric Heat Capacity, Dune

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14 May 2018
Wind streaks are elongated albedo markings downstream of topographic obstacles (usually craters) Wind tails are accumulations of debris downwind of roc
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Aeolian Processes, Dust Devil, Wind Speed

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14 May 2018
Action of wind on the martian surface has been observed. Sand ripples and dunes are found all over mars and are clear evidence for wind activity. Major
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture 26: Landing Sites -- Surface Properties and Processes - 2

3 Page
14 May 2018
Identical rovers sent to meridiani planum and gusev crater. Search for evidence of water -- hydrothermal, evaporite ,or sedimentary deposits. Gusev is
View Document
SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Gusev (Martian Crater), Alkali Basalt, Pedestal Crater

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14 May 2018
O(cid:374)ly fou(cid:374)d as (cid:862)float(cid:863) -- no outcrops observed. Lower fe and cr and higher al, ti, and p compared to adirondack and clov
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Vastitas Borealis, Gilbert Levin, Geiger Counter

3 Page
14 May 2018
Four landers and four rovers have successfully returned imagery, mineralogical and geochemical data from the surface of mars. 600 kg landed mass, power
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Plain, Alba Mons, Isidis Planitia

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9 Apr 2018
Differentiation of mars: as we"ve already discussed, mars has differentiated into a core, mantle, and crust, core radius thought to be ~1300-1500km (co
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SBUGEO 330Timothy GlotchSpring

GEO 330 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Valles Marineris, Ascraeus Mons, List Of Plains On Mars

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9 Apr 2018
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