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EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Drake Equation, Main Sequence, Tungsten
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EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 6 Ingredients of Habitability Cosmic Recycling ...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neutron Temperature, Alpha Particle, Features Of The Marvel Universe

EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 5 The Birth of a Star—Core Fusion The Life of a Star—making l...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Red Giant, Planetary Nebula, White Dwarf

EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 5 Birth of the First Stars Color, Energy, and Temperature...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cosmic Background Explorer, Protostar, Molecular Cloud

EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 3 The First Atoms Cosmic Microwave Background...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture 2: How do we know what we know about the Universe?

EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 2 Dark Sky Paradox EM Radiation, luminosity, and stars Measuring Speed and Distance Big Bang What do we know about the origin and history of the Universe? The dark sky paradox a...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Femtometre, Systems Theory, Reductionism

EAS1601: How to Build a Habitable Planet Day 1 Scientific Method Scientific Understanding ...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Multiple Choice, Kirkwood Gap, Kuiper Belt

EAS 1601 – Tuesday, September 8, 2015 – Lecture 7  Midterm Exam #1 – Thursday, September 17th (next Thursday)  Q&A Session – Tuesday, September 15th (next Tuesday)  EXAM: o Bring BuzzCard!! o Mixed...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Atomic Orbital, Electron Shell, Ionic Bonding

1. EAS 1601 – Tuesday, September 1, 2015 – Lecture 5  (4) putting the stellar life cycle in context – what makes a star ‘suitable’ for life?  Energy emitted by an object depends on temperature ...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Silicate Minerals, Atomic Orbital, Proplyd

1. EAS 1601 – Thursday, September 3, 2015 – Lecture 6 (3) the behavior of molecules 2 – states of matter 1. substances that are less volatile (high melting/boiling points) are also said to be more refra...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Protostar, Molecular Cloud, Main Sequence

1. EAS 1601 – Thursday, August 27, 2015 – Lecture 4 Life cycle of stars – building the periodic table 1. (1) the birth of a star – core fusion 1. (a) molecular cloud begins to collapse under its own grav...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 1601 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cosmic Microwave Background, Bohr Model, Atomic Orbital

1. EAS 1601 – Tuesday, August 25, 2015 – Lecture 3 (1) the first atoms and the cosmic background 1. proton: 1. positively charged 2. 1 atomic mass unit (‘amu’) 2. neutron: 1. n...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 1601
Christopher Reinhard
EAS 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Uniformitarianism, Pleistocene, Hadean

CH.8 CLOCKS IN ROCKS I. Reconstructing Geologic History from the Stratigraphic Record a. Uniformitarianism: present is the key to the past b. Absolute age number of years elapsed from that event until now c. Relative age ...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 2600
Newman Andrew
EAS 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Plate Tectonics, Migmatite, Granulite

CH.6 METAMORPHIC ROCKS I. Causes of Metamorphism mainly in the deep crust; alteration of mineral composition and texture composition; happens in solid state no melting a. Degrees: i. Lowgrade somewhat similar to original (...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 2600
Newman Andrew
EAS 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Viscosity, Pegmatite, Subduction

CH.4 IGNEOUS ROCKS I. Overview a. North American cordillera b. Intrusive igneous rock has forced its way into the surrounding rock (country rock) and solidified without reaching earths surface = plutonic c. Extrusive igneo...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 2600
Newman Andrew
EAS 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Long Valley Caldera, Pyroclastic Flow, Shield Volcano

CH.12 VOLCANOES I. Volcanoes as Geosystems a. Process: 1. Magma originates in the asthenosphere 2. Rises through the lithosphere to form a crustal magma chamber 3. Lava erupts through a central vent 4. Accumulating in the...

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
EAS 2600
Newman Andrew

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