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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Bulgarian Lev, Evaporite, Ripple Marks

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There are two types of weather; physical and chemical. In the desert, there is predominantly physical weathering. The chemical reactions need water and
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EPSC201 Lecture 1 Notes.doc

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It was initially infinite in energy and infinitely small. Since then, the universe has been expanding outwards, and cooling down. It started off as a s
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Soapstone, Chrysotile, Mesothelioma

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Halite is a mineral that forms a cubic structure crystal. The bonds that link the sodium and chlorine are ionic bonds, which means there was an electro
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sug, White Dwarf, Crab Nebula

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Universe ex- panded, and temperature decreased further: 2 up quarks + 1 down quark = proton, 2 down quark + 1 up quark = neutron, proton + neutron = hy
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Positron, Centripetal Force, Orion Nebula

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Hydrogen through- out the universe absorbs ener- gy, and emits it back out as light. These particular wavelengths of hydrogen have been identified in t
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pyrite, Diffraction, Ionic Bonding

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11 Mar 2013
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Last nights earthquake was around 4. 5 on the. This fault had a little bit of move- ment on it, which caused the earthquake. The probable cause is elas
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Thymine, Boiling Point, Vehicle Emissions Control

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11 Mar 2013
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Radiometric dating is based on the decay of unstable isotopes. Uranium is unstable and will de- cay at a constant rate. The key is that they decay by e
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Debris Flow, Clastic Rock, Subduction

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11 Mar 2013
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It could be many minerals, or only one mineral. Com- monly, rocks have about 5-10 different minerals. Granite is a rock with a particular assembly of m
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Graben, Tral, True North

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Metamorphic facies if we look at plot of pressure vs temperature, then we can define these domains with different names. For example, we define an area
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Blueschist, Oceanic Crust, Schist

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11 Mar 2013
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Water drops from the ceiling, and calcium carbonate precipitates. When co2 is in contact with water, you get carbonic acid. When the water drops, it lo
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EPSC201 Lecture 23 Notes.doc

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Our en- ergy consumption in the 1800s was relatively low, and has steadily risen since. We were mostly burn- ing wood, until coal was introduced. Coal
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EPSC 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Biotite, Devitrification, Plagio

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If an earthquake is along a transform fault, they don"t generate as much surface waves. If its along a transform fault, the direction it should slide i
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