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Earth, atmosphere and environment 1

EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Artesian Aquifer, Calcite, Calcium Bicarbonate
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EAE1011 Lecture 18 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Ground Water Groundwater Input paths o Recharge o porosity permeability Aquifers aquitards Timescales Geochemistry Geologic activity Why is Groundwater Important? Grou...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Daisyworld, Sea Salt, Cloud Feedback
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EAE1011 Lecture 14 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment The Global Energy Balance, Climate Forcings and Feedbacks Albedo The albedo is the fraction of incoming radiation that is reected by an object It is usually expressed as...

Science - Atmospheric Science
EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Proterozoic, Stromatolite, Precambrian
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EAE1011 Lecture 26 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment The Earth, Time and Early Life Chance of fossilisation? Almost none! o Animal alive = Living Assemblage = Biocoenosis Animal dies > soft parts lost Preservable parts > l...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Lycopodiopsida, Flowering Plant, Podocarpaceae
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EAE1011 Lecture 28 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Polar Dinosaurs Why research Victorian Dinosaurs? Only diverse (more than 200 different species of plants and animals known as fossils) polar dinosaur assemblage in the ...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Graptolithina, Permian, Burgess Shale
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EAE1011 Lecture 27 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Life in the Cambrian: Latest Proterozoic Life At the end of Proterozoic (Precambrian) life was just shifting toward multicelled, complex forms Cambrian Life Rodinia has ...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Freshwater Mollusc, Sphagnum, Sea Level Rise
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EAE1011 Lecture 30 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Cenozoic: the Rise of Australias Unique Faunas Seymour Island Antarctic Peninsula 65 S Early Cenozoic fossils Temperate forests leaf and species types indicate warm to s...

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Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Continental Shelf, Antarctic Circumpolar Current, Oceanic Basin
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EAE1011 Lecture 29 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Cenozoic: the Rise of Australias Unique Faunas Cenozoic (Cainozoic) Now: o Quaternary Period (1.8mynow) Holocene Epoch (100kynow) Pleistocene (1.80.1my) o Neogene Period...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Rock Shelter, Mitochondrial Eve, Rising Star Cave
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EAE1011 Lecture 31 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Humans and the Earth When did it happen? Good record of lineage: Primates: oldest are Late Cretaceous, Early Palaeocene ~ 66Ma Monkeys and Apes: Oligocene Miocene Bounda...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Magnetism, Dwarf Planet, Outer Core
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EAE1011 Lecture 23 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Our Solar System Rocky Planets in our Solar System 1.Mercury 2.Venus 3.Earth Luna (the moon) 4.Mars Phobos, Deimos Basics: Important rock types Basalt o High in Mg and F...

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Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Kuiper Belt, Gas Giant, Nice Model
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EAE1011 Lecture 22 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Solar Systems Planets To build a giant planet: Need solid (?) core of ~ 10 Earth Mass Need accretion of gas envelope with mass similar to core Gas in solar disk needs t...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Earth Mass, Protoplanetary Disk, Solar System
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EAE1011 Lecture 21 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Solar Systems Planets What we are pretty sure of: Planets and stars form from nebula Nebulae (plural of nebula) are clouds of gas and dust unevenly scattered throughout...

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Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Foraminifera, Extremophile, Choanoflagellate
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EAE1011 Lecture 19 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment The Biosphere What is life? Replicating organic chemicals = genes Lower boundary of life? o Bacteria o Viruses o Prions Definition of Life: Respires grows Replicates R...

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Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Depositional Environment, Radiometric Dating, Beta Decay
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EAE1011 Lecture 25 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment The Earth, Time and Early Life Time and the Earth Relative Time Radiometric dating Absolute Time The age of the Earth Early attempts to work out age of Earth: Charles Da...

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Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Double Planet, Kuiper Belt, Earth Mass
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EAE1011 Lecture 24 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment Our Solar System Gas Giants in our Solar System their moons 5.Jupiter Io, Europa, Ganymede, Callisto ~ 63 others 6.Saturn Titan, Iapetus, Rhea, Dione, Tethys, Mimas, En...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
EAE1011 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Big Rip, Lead, Weakly Interacting Massive Particles
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EAE1011 Lecture 20 Earth, Atmosphere and Environment The Universe Where did it all come from? The Universe started with the appearance of space, time, and mass Before that well, there was no before Before implies time, and...

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EAE1011
Marion Anderson
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

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