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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mantle Convection, Continental Crust, Ultramafic Rock

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31 Jan 2019
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The unique physical properties of the earth"s interior allow for tectonic plates to move above the mantle. The crust, mantle, and core boundaries are d
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture 2: Tectonic Plates I

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31 Jan 2019
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Some lines of earthquakes coincide with mid-ocean ridges while other coincide with deep ocean trenches. Earthquakes, volcanism, or mountain building (e
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UTSGESS205H1Lisa TuttySummer

ESS205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pleistocene, Homo Erectus, Geologic Time Scale

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13 Sep 2016
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UTSGESS102H1Andrew MiallWinter

ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Vise, Climax Community, Habitat Destruction

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6 Dec 2015
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 2

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30 Oct 2010
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UTSGESS105H1Selina WuWinter

ESS105H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Metamorphic Rock, Continental Crust, Oceanic Crust

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30 Jan 2019
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There is evidence of past global climate change because we can see the change in extent of glaciers and ice sheets (related to sea levels) The lithosph
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UTSGESS205H1Lisa TuttySummer

ESS205H1 Lecture 3: 3 - Atmosphere and Hydrosphere

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13 Sep 2016
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Importance of the atmosphere: buffers out some of the bad solar radiation, ozone is good because it filters out uv radiation. Layers of the atmosphere
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 10

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30 Oct 2010
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Sometimes the action is fast and effective (e. g. cfcs) Sometimes the action is not so effective and slow (e. g. global warming) Note when 03 formed in
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UTSGESS102H1Andrew MiallWinter

GLG205H1 Lecture 1: ESS205 Midterm Review - Lec 1

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6 Dec 2015
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To assess the extent of current global change we must have the right tools (understand how global processes and earth systems work), the right context
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UTSGESS205H1Lisa TuttySummer

ESS205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Resource Consumption, Total Fertility Rate, Kolkata

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13 Sep 2016
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Population density bigger circle equals more people/km (nwt and nunavut 0 ppl/km: pei 24. 7/km. Dhaka (bangladesh), mumbai, kolkota = highest density.
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UTSGESS205H1Lisa TuttySummer

ESS205H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Seafloor Spreading, Himalayas, Play-Doh

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13 Sep 2016
9
Plate tectonics is the backbone of geology but they didn"t discover it until the 1960s. Tuzo wilson, man who figured it out from u of t, he actually se
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonWinter

Lectures 9 and 10

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4 Apr 2011
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Lecture 9: only these slides will be eligible to use on the exam. Slide2 increasing in density [the air space is reduced] glacial ice=less dense then w
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