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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Silicate Minerals, Ionic Bonding, Corundum
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cleavage is when a mineral breaks cleanly along a plane of weakness in the crystal structure color way a mineral interacts with light concoidal fracture breaks in an irregular way. It looks like broken glass. ...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Magma Chamber, Gravity Anomaly, Molokai
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differences in magnesium between magma entering and exiting the summit indicate ____% of the magma crystallizes as olivine 20 what evidence exists for the presence of a deep olivine core to Hawaiian shield volcanoes?...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture 8: geo 2000 lecture 8
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Middle (or Meso) & South America Region of the Americas where the Romance languages, those derived from Latin, are officially or primarily spoken. The Andes Mountains The world's longest mountain range. Extends ove...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture 7: geo 2000 lecture 7
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From the mid 1940's to the early 1990's. Era of the 'Superpowers' and their Allies Technological Innovations. Huge Defense Spending. Conventional and Nuclear Arms Race The Alps From Austria and Slovenia in the e...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mount Elbert, Breadbasket, Canadian Shield
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Modern Populations Canada - Around 34.9 million (~90% live within 100 miles of the Canadian/US border) United States - Around 313.9 million & climbing The Rocky Mountains Runs through British Columbia, Alberta, Ida...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Capital Control, North American Free Trade Agreement, World Trade Organization
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Formal economy All activities that are recorded as part of a country's official production. Informal economy Goods & services produced outside of those formal markets. Free Trade The unrestricted international ...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Plate Tectonics, Map Projection, Digital Divide
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What Is Geography? "The study of our planet's surface and the processes that shape it. Location of anything that can be mapped. A link between the physical sciences and the social sciences What Do Geographers Study? ...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture 3: geo 2000 lecture 3
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The Volga River - 'Matushka' Core of Europe's largest river system. Has nine hydroelectric power stations. Home to the world's largest reservoirs. Russia's most important internal rive The Kamchatka Peninsula Ve...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Metamorphism, Continental Crust, Pressure Solution
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Bowens Reaction series whats the discontinuous and continuous series discontinuous minerals change as temp cools high temp and mafic olivine last to crystallize are quartz feldspars, felsic continuous is all same min...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
ricardogonzalez
GEO 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Crystal Habit, Lithification, Clastic Rock
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Characteristics that define mineral naturally occurring, inorganic, solid, forms a crystalline(ordered) structure, specific chemical comp luster how a mineral reflects light metallic nm, dull, waxy, vitreous, silky ...

Geography: Systematic
GEO 2000
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