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GEO 1111 Lecture 1: Earth systems
Geology: science focused on the understanding of planet earth. The physical one studies the surface of the earth and what is beneath it while the histo
GEO 1111 Lecture 2: Tectonic plates
Characteristics of tectonic plates: they evolve through time. 1- they are rigid layers that compose the outer shell of the earth. 2- they move slowly a
GEO 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mantle Convection, Seafloor Spreading, Rock Magnetism
Geo1111 - lecture 3 - magnetic field and minerals. Earth"s magnetic field: caused by the core, the magnetic properties of rocks (rock magnetism and pal
GEO 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mid-Ocean Ridge, Biotite, Mica
Geo1111 - lecture 4 - rock types disrupt the chemical bound of other. : happens along the plate margins and subduction zones. : high pressure causes hi
GEO 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Metamorphic Rock, Granulite, Metasomatism
Metamorphic rocks: they start as another type of rock and transform (change physically and chemically) via heat and pressure. The parent rock can eithe
GEO 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Viscosity, Mafic, Phreatic
Geo1111 - lecture 7 - volcanoes http://www. coolgeography. co. uk/a-level/aqa/year%2013/plate%20tectonics/plate%20tectonic s/hotspots. htm. One of the
GEO 1111 Lecture 8: Volcanoes part 2
Geo1111 - lecture 8 - volcanoes part 2. Hot spring: hot water that comes up to the surface of the earth. Fumaroles: gases that comes out of a vent at t
GEO 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Epicenter, Seismometer
Happens on continents or oceans but always creates ocean basins; 1- after being deformed, the material goes back to its original shape (elastically). I