Class Notes for ESS102H1 at University of Toronto St. George (UTSG)

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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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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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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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UTSGESS102H1Lisa TuttyWinter

lecture 1

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30 Jan 2012
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Global environmental change is both natural and human induced, of physical, chemical and biological interactions, vary both spatially and over a wide r
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UTSGESS102H1Andrew MiallWinter

ESS102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Humus, Calcite, Cumulate Rock

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6 Dec 2015
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We are going through an interglacial period where it is warmer then cooler. There have been 9 glacial and 9 interglacial periods over an 800 000 time f
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UTSGESS102H1Charly BankWinter

Plate Tectonics

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27 Jan 2012
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Isostacy - material will sink into a liquid. Planet earth: continents on average are 300m high, have mountain belts and shelf marks boundaries, oceans
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 7

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30 Oct 2010
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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
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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
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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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