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EES 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Elastic-Rebound Theory, Seismogram, Seismology
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earthquake the sudden release of energy, usually along a fault, that produces shaking or trembling of the ground where do earthquakes occur at plate boundaries elastic rebound theory explains how energy is released during ...

Earth & Environmental Sciences
EES 1050
Christopher C. Barton
EES 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Overburden Pressure, Metamorphic Rock, Metamorphic Zone
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metamorphism the transformation of rock without melting, usually beneath Earths surface, as the result of heat, pressure, andor fluid activity, produces metamorphic rocks principal agents of metamorphism heat, pressure, an...

Earth & Environmental Sciences
EES 1050
Christopher C. Barton
EES 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ripple Marks, Arkose, Evaporite
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two primary types of sediment detrital and chemical sedimentary rock is rock made up of consolidated sediments detrital sediment consists of solid particles that are the products of mechanical weathering, such as gravel, s...

Earth & Environmental Sciences
EES 1050
Christopher C. Barton
EES 1050 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Magma Chamber, Mantle Plume, Aphanite
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aphanitic texture A texture in igneous rocks in which individual mineral grains are too small to be seen without magnification; results from rapid cooling of magma and generally indicates an extrusive origin assimilation a...

Earth & Environmental Sciences
EES 1050
Christopher C. Barton
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Millennium Development Goals, Sustainable Development, Global Health
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Module 7: Millennium Development Goals and Sustainable Development Millennium Development Goals were established by the United Nations in 2000 to improve development efforts until 2015 o The big goal is that we end poverty...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hans Rosling, Human Development Index, Sustainable Development
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Module 6 Development and Health Transition Human development is the process of enlarging peoples choices in every aspect of human life o Human development is about expanding the richness of human life, not just economy o F...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Unnatural Causes, Socioeconomic Status, Social Capital
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Unnatural Causes We interact constantly with the world, thats the way our biology happens o We carry history in our body U.S. is at the bottom of the list in life expectancy of industrialized countries Is it because: o The...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Perinatal Mortality, Health Indicator, Traumatic Brain Injury
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Health Indicators Lecture 4 Health indicator a variable that gives a measurement of a specific aspect of health within a population for a specific period of time (usually 1 year) Morbidity o Another way to talk about illne...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: World Health Assembly, Poliomyelitis Eradication, World Health Organization
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Collaboration in Global Health Collaboration is an essential global health concept o Needs to be practiced by those who are learning global health o Partnership, collaboration and teamwork are essential for the practice of...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
CMH 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: World Health Organization, Global Health, Tobacco Control
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Global Health and Globalization Health Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing, and not merely the absence of disease (WHO, 1946) o World Health Organization founded in 1946 o Access to clean w...

Community Health
CMH 2000
Cristina Redko
PHL 3000 Lecture 8: Module 8: The Elements of Categorical Logic
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Module 8 Lecture 8.1: The Elements of Categorical Logic The Need for Another System Consider the following argument: o All humans are mortal o Bob is human o Therefore, Bob is mortal Clearly valid; but according to (PL), t...

Philosophy
PHL 3000
Scott D. Wilson
PHL 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Syllogism, Middle Term, Pac-Man
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Module 9 Venn Diagrams for Arguments Categorical Syllogisms A syllogism is any argument that has two premises and one conclusion. A categorical syllogism is any syllogism that is comprised of categorical statements. Exampl...

Philosophy
PHL 3000
Scott D. Wilson
PHL 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Modus Ponens, Modus Tollens, Logical Form
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Module 10 Lecture 10.1: Common Argument Forms Modus Ponens the method of putting Argument form: o If P then Q o P o Therefore Q Make a truth table for it P Q ...

Philosophy
PHL 3000
Scott D. Wilson
PHL 3000 Lecture 6: Module 6: Truth Tables for Classifying Statements
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Lecture 6.1: Truth Tables for Classifying Statements Truth Tables A truth table for a compound statement represents all of the possible combinations of truth values to the simple parts along with the resulting...

Philosophy
PHL 3000
Scott D. Wilson
PHL 3000 Lecture 7: Module 7: Truth Tables for Determining Validity
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Lecture 7.1: Truth Tables for Determining Validity Creating Truth Tables for Arguments: The procedure here is just like what we have been doing, only there will be one table that contains all the premises and ...

Philosophy
PHL 3000
Scott D. Wilson

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