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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaccleanWinter

EARTH SC 2WW3 Lecture 1: EARTH SCI 2WW3 NOTES

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21 Apr 2016
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaccleanWinter

EARTH SC 2WW3 Lecture 4: Earth Science 2WW3 Quizs 4-6 Question Bank

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21 Apr 2016
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Their calculations show that what was the net change over the year: 0. 18 km^3, 0. 16 km^3, 0. 61 km^3 d, 0. 14 km^3. Quiz 5: you have a river that is
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3Rodrigo PerezWinter

EARTHSC 2WW3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Physical Water Scarcity, Economic Water Scarcity, Water Scarcity

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25 Jan 2019
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Projected water scarcity: southern hemisphere will have economic and physical water scarcity, the middle east and parts of india and china will have ph
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaclachlanWinter

EARTHSC 2WW3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bioaccumulation, Hydraulic Conductivity, Sorption

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26 Oct 2014
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What is water balance: based on the thornthwaite approach to rational classification of climate, what are the two most widely measured climatic variabl
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaclachlanWinter

EARTHSC 2WW3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Walkerton E. Coli Outbreak, Soil Fertility, Evapotranspiration

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26 Oct 2014
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What is water: an element, no a compound (h2o, why the bonds matter, hydrogen bonds are weaker, covalent bonds are 10-15 times stronger than the h- bon
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2EI3Luc BernierFall

EARTHSC 2EI3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Grand River Conservation Authority, Risk Assessment, Nuclear Power

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24 Sep 2016
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Humans have constantly experienced changes: ex. Little ice age: started in medieval times and ended in 19th century: people in europe experienced cool
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3John, Mac LachlanWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Strongest, Himalayas, Seismic Wave

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26 Jan 2015
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Lecture 3: january 12, 2015. Midterm: friday feb 27th 7pm // feb 2 and feb 23rd no classes. They result from the rupture of rocks along a fault. Energy
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaclachlanWinter

Lecture 6 Notes.docx

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26 Oct 2014
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100 year flood: simply means there is 1 in 100 chance of that flooding to occur, next year it is exactly 1% again, it doesn"t change, red river valley.
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2WW3John MaclachlanWinter

Lecture 3+4 Notes.docx

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26 Oct 2014
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Glaciers and ice caps are indeed key indicators and unique demonstration objects of ongoing climate change. Wilfred haeberli, director (world glacier m
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3John MaclachlanWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Natural Disaster, Plate Tectonics, Surface Runoff

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11 Sep 2018
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Natural processes and energy sources: processes are physical, chemical, and biological ways in which events affect earth"s, external processes come fro
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 1G03Maureen PaddenFall

EARTHSC 1G03 Lecture 34: EARTHSC 1G03 - Lecture 34 (Resources & Oceans)

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19 Apr 2017
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MCMASTEREARTHSC 2GG3Eduard ReinhardtWinter

EARTHSC 2GG3 Lecture 9: Karst Lecture 1

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8 Mar 2017
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Understand subsidence and soil and expansion and contraction, what causes them. Recognize links between subsidence and other hazards and natural servic
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