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GEOL 106 Lecture 4: geol 106 lecture 4
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GEOL 106
Thomas Yancey
GEOL 106 Lecture 3: geol 106 Lecture 3
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GEOL 106
Thomas Yancey
GEOL 106 Lecture 2: Geol 106, lecture 2
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GEOL 106
Thomas Yancey
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GEOL 106
Nicholas Perez
GEOL 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Donald Prothero, Mcgraw-Hill Education, Plate Tectonics

GEOL 106 - Earth History Course title and number: GEOL 106 Spring 2017 Term: Lecture: TR 3:55-5...

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GEOL 106
Nicholas Perez
GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Magma Chamber, Oceanic Crust, Intrusive Rock
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4.1. Explain the important factors that cause silicate rocks to melt and that cause melts to solidify. Use a phase diagram for peridotite to explain the two main causes of magma production, and also explain the two main ca...

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GEOL 104
Frederick Michael Chester
Geology
GEOL 104
Frederick Michael Chester
GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Siliciclastic, Phosphorite, Dolostone
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What are the major processes that form sedimentary rock? Weathering breaks down rock into the particles that compose siliciclastic sediments and the dissolved ions and molecules that are precipitated to form chemical and b...

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GEOL 104
Frederick Michael Chester
GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Igneous Rock, Brazos River, Igneous Differentiation
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How are igneous rocks classified? Igneous rocks can be divided into two broad textural classes: coarsegrained rocks, which are intrusive and therefore cooled slowly; and fine grained rocks, which are extrusive and cooled r...

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GEOL 104
Frederick Michael Chester
GEOL 104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Metamorphic Facies, Blueschist, Metamorphism
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6.4) The Appalachian Mountain belt in North America was once a mountain belt much like the Himalaya today, but now, after the hundreds of million years of erosion and exhumation since their formation, Appalachian rocks exp...

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GEOL 104
Frederick Michael Chester
GEOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Construction Aggregate, Basalt, Oceanic Crust

Chapter 3 - Geologic Definition of a Mineral: • Naturally occurring • Generally inorganic • Solid substance • Orderly crystalline striation • Definite chemical composition - Definition of a Rock: ...

Geology
GEOL 101
Franco Marcantonio
GEOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Alpine Fault, Mariana Islands, Global Positioning System

Chapter 2 - Continental Drift - 1915 Alfred Wegener’s hypothesis that challenged the belief that the positions of the continents and oceans were fixed. Published in The Origin of Continents and Oceans. - 1960s le...

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GEOL 101
Franco Marcantonio
GEOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Abyssal Plain, Granodiorite, Basalt

Chapter 1 - Geology is the science that pursues an understanding of planet Earth. • Physical geography examines materials composing Earth and seeks to understand the many processes that shape it. • Histor...

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GEOL 101
Franco Marcantonio
GEOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mica, Clay Minerals, Gneiss

Chapter 6 | Metamorphism Metamorphism: to change from one form to another. Metamorphic Rock: any rock that has undergone changes in texture, mineralogical or chemical composition in the solid state. Metamorphic regions: ...

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GEOL 101
Alfonso Benavides Iglesias
GEOL 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Magnetite, Atomic Mass (Band), Anhydrite

Minerals | Chapter 3 What is a mineral?  Naturally occurring  Solid crystalline  Generally inorganic origin  Specific chemical composition Atoms – are the basic building blocks of matter that...

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GEOL 101
Alfonso Benavides Iglesias

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