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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Solar Constant, Heat Flux, Global Warming

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25 Oct 2013
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Assignments due 15 days after tutorial, due in dropboxes. The rate (amount per time) of energy (joules) received at a surface= power in j/s aka a watt
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01 Lecture 1: Assignment 1

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15 Dec 2015
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Different philosophies on out environmental future: cornucopians vs. Human ingenuity will see us through our environmental problems via new technologie
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Naledi, Doubling Time, Fertile Crescent

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6 Dec 2015
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It is the discipline which combines many different fields of study into one in order to increase our understanding of our environment and surroundings.
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Allopatric Speciation, Binomial Nomenclature, Ecosystem Diversity

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11 Nov 2016
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Eesa01h3 f: lecture 8 - biodiversity and conservation. Evolution: results from random genetic changes across generations, which may proceed randomly or
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dependent And Independent Variables, Biocapacity, Biome

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25 Sep 2016
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Room ac 223: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm. The class began with the professor laying out beads on a table. He explained that each bead was a potential bonus per
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Vadose Zone, Dew Point, Evapotranspiration

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21 Oct 2016
11
Eesa01h3 f: lecture 5 - water resources and hydrology. Inputs: hail, dew, precipitation (rain and snow), runoff, groundwater flow. Storage: volume; gro
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01 Lecture 10: lecture 10 enviro sci

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14 Dec 2015
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Then there are other gases that are present too. Thin, but of atmospheric mass because air is much denser near the surface of the earth. Where most of
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Shortwave Radiation, Heat Flux, Solar Irradiance

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6 Dec 2015
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Refer to lecture 3 notes for further details. Dense iron core, solid at its centre, molten surrounding it. In the upper mantle, the asthenosphere is so
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Inert Gas, Hydrosphere, Phospholipid

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6 Dec 2015
47
There are 2 types of systems: open and closed. Open systems have energy and matter in both their inputs and outputs (eg. cars, houses) Closed systems h
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Resource Depletion, Easter Island, Biocapacity

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16 Sep 2016
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Office hours: mondays 1:30- 2:30pm & wednesday 3:30- 4:30 pm and by appointment, where available. Course is meant to give broad ideas about environment
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UTSCEESA01H3Carl MitchellFall

EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Fossil Fuel, Nuclear Power, Geothermal Heating

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1 Dec 2016
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Eesa01h3 f: lecture 11 - atmospheric pollution and non-renewable energy. Fossil fuels come from the tissues of organisms that lived 100-500 million yea
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EESA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ecosystem Respiration, Mercury Cycle, Nitrogen Cycle

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21 Oct 2016
11
Eesa01h3 f: lecture 3 - earth"s systems, ecosystem ecology and global. Major geological and biogeochemical cycles on earth: carbon cycle, nitrogen cycl
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