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Class Notes for GEOS1100 at University of Queensland

Environment & Society

GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ocean Acidification, Spearfishing, Runaway Greenhouse Effect

WEEK 10 Coastal processes and management III Coral reefs What is a coral? Comprises a colonial animal called a polyp A coelenterate an invertebrate related to jelly fish, sea anemones And algae called zooxanthellae (or a ...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Energy, Tonne, Longshore Drift

WEEK 9 LECTURE 1 Coastal processes and Coastal management I: sea-level variation What is the coastal zone? The coastal zone includes coastal waters or all areas to the landward side of coastal waters in which there ar...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canterbury Plains, Sustainable Yield, Southern Tablelands

WEEK 8 LECTURE 1 Catchment processes and management II - Groundwater and salinity Catchment processes and management I - rivers Water as a resource Freshwater only 2.6% of world water supply (of this - ...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture 7: GEOS1100 WEEK 7

WEEK 7 LECTURE 1 Erosional Processes Mass wasting Soil creep Landslip Earthflows Landslide Water Dissolution Fluvial processes Ice Glaciation Wind Mass wasting soil creep Material moving downhill under the force of gravit...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Sustainable Energy, Viscosity, Stratovolcano

WEEK 6 LECTURE 1 Management of the Atmosphere Climate Change Climate Change refers to any change in climate over time, whether due to natural variability or as result of human activity A catastrophic rise in sea level of ...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Melanoma, Nimbostratus Cloud, Altostratus Cloud

WEEK 5 LECTURE 1 An Introduction to Atmospheric motion and Synoptic Scale Weather Systems of the Australian region Common Weather Systems Atmospheric motion - synoptic scale Weather systems common to our wea...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dynamic Equilibrium, Synoptic Scale Meteorology, Evaporation

WEEK 4 LECTURE 1 The Atmospheric Environment Atmospheric Composition Non- variant gases Nitrogen: 78.084% Oxygen: 20.496% Variant gases Water vapour <4% Carbon Dioxide...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Counterurbanization, Ecological Footprint, Sustainable Development

WEEK 3 LECTURE Cities and the Environment The significance of cities Wellsprings of civilisation (democracy, centre of political control) Engines of economic growth (cities are the drive) Nodes of conne...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Risk Aversion, Population Ageing, Demographic Transition

WEEK 2 LECTURE 1 Why did global population explode in the 20th century? People stopped dying, babies stopped dying Why is the rate of global population growth decreasing? Less people are having babies Why is growth higher ...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister
GEOS1100 Lecture 1: GEOS1100 WEEK 1

WEEK 1 LECTURE 1 WHAT IS GEOGRAPHY Geography is the science that describes and studies the earths surface focusing on interactions between people and the environment Sustainability and The State of The Global Environment: ...

Geographical Sciences
GEOS1100
James Schulmeister

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