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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Phanerozoic, Cambrian Explosion, Mesozoic

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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Karst, Porosity, Clastic Rock

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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Anticline, Red Sea Rift, Rhine

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Undeformed: rocks that are not tilted, bent, or fractured (like sedimentary flats). Compressive: squeezes from the sides and makes it smaller. shorter.
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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Silicic Acid, Acid Rock, Feldspar

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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Columbia River Basalt Group, Deccan Traps, Siberian Traps

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GEOL 100 Lecture 2: Planetary Motion & The Universe

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First law (shape of orbit): planets move on elliptical orbits. Elliptical orbits: an ellipse is a flat oval that is split up into two focus points. The
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UPENNGEOL 100Omar GomaaFall

GEOL 100 Lecture 1: Our Solar System

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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Clastic Rock, Unconformity

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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Plate Tectonics, Continental Crust, Outer Core

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GEOL 100 Lecture 15: Earth Magnetic Field and Paleomagnetism

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It is strongest at either end, and weakest right at the middle. Dipole field: when a magnetic field has two poles (at either end of the magnet) Earth"s
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GEOL 100 Lecture 14: Exploring Earth’s Interior

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Isotropic: the hypothetical idea that earth"s layers have no changes in pressure. In this world, seismic waves would go straight across the earth (but
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GEOL 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Boiling Point, Advection, Radiography

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There are three different types of motion for atoms and molecules. Translation: the whole molecule moves from place to place. Vibration: the molecule c
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