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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sulfur, Calcite, Gypsum

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24 Jan 2017
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A rock is made of 2 or more minerals (can be the same mineral) Landscape, allows us to look at evolution over time. Outcrop, a smaller scale, less rece
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

[GEOL 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (22 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Physical geology examines the materials composing earth and seeks to understand the many processes that operate. Historical geology to understand the o
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LSUANTH 1003ManaganSpring

[ANTH 1003] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 57 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Comes from the greek anthropos ( human ) and logia ( study ) The study of the full scope of human diversity and the application of that knowledge to he
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LSUPSYC 2060GustinSpring

[PSYC 2060] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (70 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
0
Action research- a particular form of descriptive research that is carried out by educators in their own classrooms or schools. (1. Start with a good q
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LSUHIST 2057ShindoSpring

[HIST 2057] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 77 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
7
Vietnam part ii (this is the last set of notes that applies to our paper) South defeated in civil war is reintegrated into u. s. Under slaver seen as p
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pumice, Crystallization, Conchoidal Fracture

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25 Nov 2016
1
Mineral any naturally occurring inorganic solid that possesses an orderly crystalline structure and a definite chemical composition that allows for som
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: East Pacific Rise, Convergent Boundary, Mid-Ocean Ridge

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25 Nov 2016
5
Plates are in constant motion relative to each other, most major interaction among them occur along their boundaries. There are three boundaries: diver
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Continental Crust, James Hutton, Plate Tectonics

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25 Nov 2016
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Physical geology examines the materials composing earth and seeks to understand the many processes that operate. Historical geology to understand the o
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cinder Cone, Pyroclastic Flow, Eruption Column

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25 Nov 2016
1
Is temp is rising it shows that the magma is closer to the surface. Low viscosity with lots of gas that flies into the air. More on scoria cones and ro
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LSUGEOL 1001lutherSpring

GEOL 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Braided River, Dune, Weathering

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25 Nov 2016
1
Deposition: occurs when the wind/water/ice slows down and the sediments fall out of the method of transportation, could occur in lakes and rivers and d
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Riebeckite, Lead Hydrogen Arsenate, Asbestosis

Adrieanne Moliere4 Page
25 Nov 2016
1
Hazardous chemicals part 2: pcbs, polychlorinated biphenyls (pcbs, pcbs are chemically inert, nonflammable fluid with high plasticizing ability, and a
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Persistent Organic Pollutant, Occidental Petroleum, Hair Spray

Adrieanne Moliere4 Page
25 Nov 2016
1
Toxicology and chemical hazards: toxicology: the study of the harmful effects of chemicals on human and environmental health. Acute effects: immediate
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Municipal Solid Waste, Nail Polish, Anaerobic Digestion

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25 Nov 2016
6
Municipal solid waste: municipal solid waste includes: Total of all materials thrown away from homes and commercial establishments and collected by loc
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Clean Water Act, Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Cuyahoga River

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25 Nov 2016
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Water pollution: the mississippi river collects water from 31 of the 48 contiguous u. s, delivers it to the gulf of mexico, along with fertilizers and
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Hadley Cell, Jet Stream, Convection Cell

Adrieanne Moliere7 Page
25 Nov 2016
1
Air pollution essentials: the atmosphere contains many gases. 40 trace gases: ozone, helium, hydrogen, nitrogen oxides. Troposphere: troposphere: 5-10
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Vibrio Parahaemolyticus, Case Fatality Rate, Hurricane Rita

Adrieanne Moliere6 Page
24 Nov 2016
8
Vibrio species: introduction: gram-negative, halophilic (salt-loving, naturally occurring in marine environments, exposure: raw or undercooked shellfis
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Ipcc Fourth Assessment Report, Tropospheric Ozone, Hurricane Rita

Adrieanne Moliere6 Page
24 Nov 2016
3
An introduction to global climate change: on august 29, 2005, hurricane katrina landed east of new orleans. The costliest ( billion in damage) storm ev
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Planned Economy, Natural Capitalism, Natural Capital

Adrieanne Moliere8 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
China: factory to the world: recently, the chinese economy has grown rapidly. Millions own a car, travel, and buy goods. China has a huge labor pool: c
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Soho, Cryptosporidium Parvum, Giardia Lamblia

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23 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Waterborne Diseases, Human Microbiota, Superinfection

Adrieanne Moliere5 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
Infectious: capable of invading a host and producing illness. Insects: animals (including humans, food, water, sediment. Resident flora persist for rel
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Xeroderma Pigmentosum, Pyrimidine Dimer, Pyrene

Adrieanne Moliere3 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
What is a mutation: a mutation is a permanent, heritable change in the dna sequence of a chromosome, which leads to a change or loss of its normal func
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Soho, List Of Gasoline Additives, List Of Disney Animated Shorts

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23 Nov 2016
5
Environmental health: the study of the connections between hazards in the environment and human diseases, don"t forget that humans are a part of the en
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Sewage Sludge, Pellet Stove, Corn Oil

Adrieanne Moliere6 Page
23 Nov 2016
2
Intermittent winds require backup or batteries: wind farms can be visually unappealing, turbines can be hazardous to birds. When placed on migratory ro
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Intermittent Energy Source, Solar Constant, Net Metering

Adrieanne Moliere5 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
Why switch to renewable energy: burning fossil fuels has increased co2 in the air by 40% to 400 parts per million (ppm) At present rates of use, by 205
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Rotating Magnetic Field, Enriched Uranium, Michael Faraday

Adrieanne Moliere4 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
An atomic review: atoms have subatomic particles, electrons are in the orbit; neutrons and protons are in the nucleus, this is where nuclear energy com
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Three Mile Island Accident, Nuclear Meltdown, Ionizing Radiation

Adrieanne Moliere7 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
Coal vs. nuclear power: fuel: a 1,000 mw coal-fired plant. Strip mining damages the environment, acid leaching. Deep mining causes deaths and harm to h
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Rotating Magnetic Field, Michael Faraday, Electric Generator

Adrieanne Moliere5 Page
23 Nov 2016
1
Natural gas is the third fossil fuel: natural gas is found with oil or when drilling for oil, natural gas is mostly methane. It produces carbon dioxide
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture 17: Envs 1126 Lecture 17

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23 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Superoxide Dismutase, Tropospheric Ozone, Reactive Oxygen Species

Adrieanne Moliere4 Page
22 Nov 2016
6
Where does ozone come from: tropospheric ozone: Nitrogen oxides + volatile organic compounds + uv light o3. Stratosphere: ozone in the stratosphere for
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Vitamin A Deficiency, Agricultural Machinery, Infant Mortality

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22 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture 12: Envs 1126 Lecture 12

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21 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Water Cycle, Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, Atlantic Forest

Adrieanne Moliere7 Page
20 Nov 2016
1
Commercially killed primate meat is found in new york, london, paris, etc. Optimal populations: carrying capacity of an ecosystem: the maximum populati
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Wolf Reintroduction

Adrieanne Moliere2 Page
20 Nov 2016
4
Bottom-up and top-down influences on pregnancy rates and recruitment of northern yellowstone elk. Regulating a population: density-dependent factors ca
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Permafrost, Cellular Respiration, Acid Rain

Adrieanne Moliere6 Page
20 Nov 2016
2
Primary succession: primary succession: the process of initial invasion and progression from one biotic community to another. Secondary succession: sec
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Resource Depletion, Zero Population Growth, Ozone Depletion

Adrieanne Moliere5 Page
20 Nov 2016
1
The industrial revolution: birth of modern science and technology: 1700"s and 1800"s. The green revolution (1940"s to 1960"s: concerns over producing f
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture 4: ENVS 1126 Lecture 4

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18 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Escatawpa, Mississippi, Total Fertility Rate, Exponential Growth

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18 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ecotone, Hydrogen Bond, Hydrosphere

Adrieanne Moliere5 Page
17 Nov 2016
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LSUENVS 1126johnsonSummer

ENVS 1126 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gross Domestic Product, Rachel Carson, Ecosystem Services

Adrieanne Moliere6 Page
17 Nov 2016
4
Science and environment and basic needs of living things. Four unhealthy global trends (1) increasing population growth and its detrimental effects on
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LSUPSYC 2060GustinSpring

PSYC 2060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Discovery Learning, Situated Learning, Problem Solving

Adrieanne Moliere8 Page
17 Nov 2016
2
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