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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Convergent Boundary, Plate Tectonics, Oceanic Crust

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28 Feb 2017
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(1) divergent plate margin (2) convergent plate margin (3) oceanic intra-plate region (4) continental intra-plate region. Divergent plate margins: ocea
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Magnetic Declination, Mass Wasting, Graph Paper

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28 Feb 2017
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Topographic maps permit measurement of the slope, defined as the change in vertical distance divided by the horizontal distance (rise over run). The gr
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Graph Paper, Oceanic Crust, North American Plate

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28 Feb 2017
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Intra-plate volcanism occurs in two tectonic settings within the continental lithosphere: continental flood volcanism (e. g. the snake river plain and
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Isostasy, Laser Rangefinder, Boeing Yal-1

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28 Feb 2017
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Linear Scale, International Date Line

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28 Feb 2017
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Geoscientists utilize many different techniques to study the earth. Many of these te(cid:272)h(cid:374)i(cid:395)ues do (cid:374)ot al(cid:449)a(cid:45
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cascadia Subduction Zone, Himalayas, Volcanic Arc

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27 Feb 2017
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Obviously the earth is not getting bigger with the creation of new ocean lithosphere, thus it makes sense that the ocean lithosphere must be consumed a
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Asthenosphere, Yellowstone Caldera, Continental Crust

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27 Feb 2017
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Granitic magma forms from a partial melt of continental crust, which contains dissolved water. As granitic magma rises, it solidifies as its melting te
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Outer Core, Melting Point, Geothermal Gradient

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27 Feb 2017
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Compression/primary (p-waves) waves velocity 6-7 km/sec within the lithosphere (just (cid:396)e(cid:373)e(cid:373)(cid:271)e(cid:396) that they"(cid:39
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Intermediate Composition, Igneous Rock, Dacite

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27 Feb 2017
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Intermediate composition magma can crystallize below the surface beneath subduction zones and create large plutonic bodies composed of coarse grained i
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture 4: Continental Boundaries

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27 Feb 2017
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Andesite is a volcanic rock formed at subduction zones. Large crystals form when cooling rate is slow fine matrix when cooling rate is fast. Fine grain
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Magnetite, Scoria, Tuff

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27 Feb 2017
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dacite, Tephra, Lava Dome

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27 Feb 2017
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Large batholiths can form along collisional and convergent tectonic boundaries: large batholiths underlie or are exposed within the cascades, sierra ne
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amphibole, Sodium Chloride, Granodiorite

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27 Feb 2017
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Ionic bonds form as the result of the physical transfer of electrons between a donor cation (+) and a receiver anion (-) Elements in the same column wi
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: San Andreas Fault, Diorite, Igneous Rock

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27 Feb 2017
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Pyroclastic cones form largely from erupted pyroclasts (cinders) Pyroclasts solidify in the air and fall to the ground as air-fall. High-gas content is
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UWOCEAN 101RobinFall

OCEAN 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Terrigenous Sediment, Marine Geology, Plate Tectonics

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21 Feb 2017
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UWOCEAN 101RobinFall

OCEAN 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermohaline Circulation, Water Mass, Mixed Layer

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21 Feb 2017
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UWOCEAN 101RobinFall

OCEAN 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Density Of Air, Atmospheric Circulation, Coriolis Force

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21 Feb 2017
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UWOCEAN 450Paul QuayWinter

OCEAN 450 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Eemian, Ice Core, Axial Tilt

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19 Feb 2017
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UWOCEAN 450Paul QuayWinter

OCEAN 450 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ice Rafting, Sea Surface Temperature, Alkenone

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19 Feb 2017
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Rapid shifts between warm and cold conditions. Transition from interglacial to full glacial co(cid:374)ditio(cid:374)s is(cid:374)(cid:859)t s(cid:373)
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Geothermal Gradient, Melting Point, Continental Crust

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18 Feb 2017
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

[ESS 101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 28 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
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January 5th, 2017 earth"s cli(cid:373)ate syste(cid:373) (1-3) Different lines give different results because of the use of different proxies: likewise
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UWOCEAN 450Paul QuayWinter

OCEAN 450 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lapse Rate, Proglacial Lake, Isotope Fractionation

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29 Jan 2017
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Turnover time, including carbon reservoirs: using amount in reservoir and the inputs/outputs. If input and output are different, take the greater of th
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Viscosity, Radiometry, Geostationary Orbit

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24 Jan 2017
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Geothermal Gradient, Methane Clathrate, Ocean Acidification

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24 Jan 2017
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January 9th, 2017 long term climate factors (plate tectonics) Wilson cycle process of plate tectonics. Last supercontinent to be assembled was pangea,
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Boltzmann Constant, Shortwave Radio, Heat Capacity

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24 Jan 2017
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January 5th, 2017 earth"s cli(cid:373)ate syste(cid:373) (1-3) Different lines give different results because of the use of different proxies: likewise
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Time Series, Longwave, Orbital Forcing

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24 Jan 2017
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January 18th, 2017 orbital forcing (chapter 7) Proxies showing this time: deep sea sediments and ice cores (later) C(cid:455)(cid:272)li(cid:272)al var
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture 3: ESS 101 Plate Tectonics Notes

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24 Jan 2017
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Lithosphere (cid:858)floats(cid:859) o(cid:374) the partially melted asthenosphere: lithosphere and asthenosphere are in isostatic equilibrium. When a
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hematite, Covalent Bond, Ion

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24 Jan 2017
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Minerals are the building blocks of rock and solid earth, all minerals: have a specific chemical composition, have a specific atomic arrangement (cryst
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UWESS 101Swanson TerryWinter

ESS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Geographical Pole, Epicenter, Geothermal Gradient

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24 Jan 2017
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Silicate tetrahedron: oxygen forming a pyramid with a silicate in the middle. Heat moves through solids by conduction: as long as the earth is solid it
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UWOCEAN 210CurtisWinter

OCEAN 210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Low Frequency, Chlorophyll, Geostationary Orbit

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11 Jan 2017
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Use of satellites to obtain large data sets. Geostationary orbit situated above the equator in a circular orbit in the same direction as the rotation o
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UWPOL S 101J.SearleWinter

[POL S 101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (30 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Locke is responding to thomas hobbes who thought that people were not smart enough to control themselves and thus naturally born leaders must be honore
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UWPOL S 202Tenenberg JoshFall

[POL S 202] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (38 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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1. 5 the anti-federalist, cato no. 3 and brutus no. Cato sites his concern about the size of the state. The larger the state becomes, the less able it
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UWOCEAN 101RobinFall

[OCEAN 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (44 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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What are the similarities and differences between oa and global warming: both are cause by the anthropogenic in uence of greenhouse gasses in the atmos
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UWAIS 270Cote CharlotteFall

[AIS 270] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (29 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Reading: hilla(cid:396)(cid:455) te(cid:449)a(cid:396)t, (cid:862)people of the ceda(cid:396),(cid:863) ke(cid:374)(cid:374)eth a(cid:373)es a(cid:374)
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UWAIS 270Cote CharlotteFall

AIS 270 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Wage Labour

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22 Nov 2016
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November 22nd, 2016 spirits of our whaling ancestors chapter 1. Micah mccarthy (makah) wrote the foreword. Purpose of the book: to dispel misconception
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UWAIS 270Cote CharlotteFall

AIS 270 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Heiltsuk Nation, Canoe.Com

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15 Nov 2016
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November 15th, 2016 revitalizing the coastal canoe tradition: tribal canoe journeys. Tales of the ca(cid:374)oe natio(cid:374),(cid:863) (cid:395)ua(ci
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UWOCEAN 101RobinWinter

OCEAN 101 Chapter 12: Textbook notes 12.1-12.4

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15 Nov 2016
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Halophytes - salt tolerant plants (es: cordgrasses) Mangroves - trees and shrubs adapted to live in tropical and subtropical coastal regions. The diffe
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UWOCEAN 101RobinWinter

OCEAN 101 Lecture 1: Marine Birds

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15 Nov 2016
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Birds share many similarities with reptiles: scales, hinged jaw, rib processes, ankle joint, egg tooth, shelled egg, etc. Avian characteristics: feathe
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UWOCEAN 101RobinWinter

OCEAN 101 Lecture 3: MPM notes

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15 Nov 2016
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Characteristics of marine mammals: warm-blooded, breathe air, have hair (or fur, bear live young- viviparous, females have mammary glands that produce
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UWOCEAN 101RobinWinter

OCEAN 101 Lecture 2: Acoustics and Biology

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15 Nov 2016
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For what purpose do marine mammal use sound: predation/defense, social interaction, navigation. Snapping shrimp cavitation bubble, the sound comes from
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