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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 2

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30 Oct 2010
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 10

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30 Oct 2010
50
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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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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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 7

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30 Oct 2010
43
In steady-state conditions, for each reservoir the inflow = the outflow. If x1 = x2 then you have steady-state conditions. E. g. more carbon dioxide be
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 8

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30 Oct 2010
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 9

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30 Oct 2010
50
Potential causes of climatic change over the geologic past. Oxygen as a waste product of cyanobacteria. Aphelion j when earth furthest from sun: northe
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 4

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30 Oct 2010
50
Currently it is thought that expansion started with a cataclysmic explosion j big bang j between. The further away the galaxy is, the faster it is retr
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 3

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30 Oct 2010
50
Iridescent aragonite (a mineral) with trace elements (e. g. fe, mn, al, ba) that causes coloration. Trace fossils: preserved tracks, trails, burrows, b
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 6

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30 Oct 2010
42
On earth there are numerous different life forms. This abundamce of different life forms is called biodiversity. Single celled organisms that have a ce
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 5

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30 Oct 2010
52
Water on earth is found in several reservoirs: oceans, cryosphere (ice caps and glaciers), groundwater, lakes, soils, atmosphere, rivers, and living or
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