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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Radioactive Waste, Parent Material, Heat Capacity

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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
1st law of thermodynamics - conservation: energy is neither created nor destroyed, only changes form. 2nd law of thermodynamics - entropy: physical sys
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UTKGEOL 103AllSpring

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biocide, Kidney Stone Disease, Water Pollution

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30 Oct 2014
Occurs when the concentration of a substance is raised to the point where the water becomes unusable for its intended purpose. Photo finishing and pape
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UTKGEOL 103AllSpring

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Minimum Viable Population, Introduced Species, Ecos

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30 Oct 2014
The current extinction rate is 36,000x above the natural rate. Loss is bad for farming: loss of future food species (less than 1% of edible plants are
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UTKGEOL 103AllFall

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Thermal Energy, Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy

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30 Oct 2014
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UTKGEOL 103AllWinter

GEOLOGY NOTES/REVIEW FOR EXAM 1

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30 Oct 2014
Sustainability: meeting today"s needs without harming the quality of life for future generations. Tn has some of the weakest laws for pollution, rockie
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UTKGEOL 103AllWinter

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Oxygen-18, Pleistocene, Antarctica

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30 Oct 2014
Methane gas = -90 ; carbonates (methanogenic bacteria) = +10 - +20 . Air = -7 to -10 corg: surface ocean = -22 deep ocean = -22 . Cinorg: surface ocean
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UTKGEOL 103AllFall

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hydraulic Conductivity, Aquifer, Advection

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30 Oct 2014
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UTKGEOL 103AllWinter

Geology Exam 2 Study Guide

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30 Oct 2014
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UTKGEOL 103AllFall

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Medieval Warm Period, Energy Recovery, Chlorine

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30 Oct 2014
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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Demographic Transition

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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Photosynthesis

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6 Sep 2017
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Groundwater Pollution, Saltwater Intrusion, Viscosity

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1 Dec 2016
Groundwater: majority of accessible fresh water is beneath the earth"s surface, about 10% of precipitation will infiltrate through soil and rock to bec
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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Benzene, Enhanced Oil Recovery, Bioremediation

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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Groundwater Recharge, Xeriscaping, Water Cycle

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1 Dec 2016
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gaia Hypothesis, Thermodynamics, Resource Depletion

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6 Sep 2017
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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Atomic Number, Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2

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6 Sep 2017
Element: a substance that consists of atoms all of which have identical characteristics. Atom: smallest part of a substance that still retains the prop
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Calcite, Wise Use Movement, Parent Material

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1 Dec 2016
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Population Momentum, Exponential Growth, Carrying Capacity

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6 Sep 2017
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Arsenic, Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Septic Tank

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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Fuel Cell, Chain Reaction, Sulfur

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The ways to understand and classify is to consider several things: type of material; type of motion; rate of motion. Rock fall (fast)- material breaks
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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Aeration, Mutagen, Urban Sprawl

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Important points, topics and concepts from lectures you need to know for the second exam, Be sure to learn what each term means and also what causes it
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UTKGEOL 103AllWinter

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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Septic Tank, Leachate, Love Canal

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UTKGEOL 103AllWinter

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Maximum Sustainable Yield, Nuclear Fission, Blank Page

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30 Oct 2014
Geology 103 environmental geology midterm 2 answers. Student name: ____ answers & comments are given in italics __________ This exam has 5 pages of que
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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Medieval Warm Period, Energy Recovery, Chlorine

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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Final Guide: Minimum Viable Population, Introduced Species, Ecos

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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 17 pages long!)

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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Growing Season, Tephra, Seismic Wave

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1 Dec 2016
Important points, topics and concepts from lectures you need to know for the first exam. Please be sure to review lectures 1 7 and read/study chapters
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Photosynthesis

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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ionic Bonding, Calcite

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The loss or gain of electrons (or the need to fill or empty shells) Remember, atoms want to be electrically neutral. Thus, ions (charged atoms) will bo
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Atomic Number, Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2

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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Demographic Transition

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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Population Momentum, Exponential Growth, Carrying Capacity

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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Linear Function, Exponential Growth, Market Failure

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Impact (i = p x c) is growing rapidly. Linear growth in p & c results in exponential growth in i. Since 1990 consumer per person ( = c / p) has stabili
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GEOL 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gaia Hypothesis, Thermodynamics, Resource Depletion

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UTKGEOL 103Gray DeanFall

GEOL 103 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Septic Tank, Leachate, Love Canal

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GEOL 103 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Radioactive Waste, Parent Material, Heat Capacity

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