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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 10

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Sometimes the action is fast and effective (e. g. cfcs) Sometimes the action is not so effective and slow (e. g. global warming) Note when 03 formed in
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 9

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Potential causes of climatic change over the geologic past. Oxygen as a waste product of cyanobacteria. Aphelion j when earth furthest from sun: northe
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 8

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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 7

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In steady-state conditions, for each reservoir the inflow = the outflow. If x1 = x2 then you have steady-state conditions. E. g. more carbon dioxide be
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 6

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On earth there are numerous different life forms. This abundamce of different life forms is called biodiversity. Single celled organisms that have a ce
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 5

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Water on earth is found in several reservoirs: oceans, cryosphere (ice caps and glaciers), groundwater, lakes, soils, atmosphere, rivers, and living or
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 4

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Currently it is thought that expansion started with a cataclysmic explosion j big bang j between. The further away the galaxy is, the faster it is retr
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 3

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Iridescent aragonite (a mineral) with trace elements (e. g. fe, mn, al, ba) that causes coloration. Trace fossils: preserved tracks, trails, burrows, b
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UTSGESS102H1Christine BurtonSummer

Lecture 2

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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 11

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Not required to remember numbers; but concepts, terms and diagrams are key (e. g. major tectonic settings) 20 geological history of canada and appropri
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 10

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Political unification of the provinces 1867 to 1949.  k: tuzo wilson came up with the idea of plate tectonics. Approximately every 500million years,
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 9

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z: greenstone belts on the canadian shield: vms deposits (volcanogenic massive sulphides): copper, silver, sudbury meteorite crater: nickel, oil, gas,
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 8

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A very short history of life on earth. Shells buried and preserved unaltered (<100 million years) Cavities filled with silica, calcium carbonate, iron
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 6

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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 5

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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 4

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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 3

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Propagates the rocks as seismic waves fault trace: part of the fault showing on the surface; often buried (blind faults) fault plane: part of the fault
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesFall

Lecture 2

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Collisional (obducting and subducting) margins and divergent (ridges) Are actually volcanoes (shallow water) or ocean crust/floor. A lot of volcanic an
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 12

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Externalizing disorders j anger, hostility, aggression, stealing, lying. In adolescents, there are still externalizing and internalizing disorders, in
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 10

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 8

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 7

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But no need to know names of researchers of studies/experiments. Just need to know what each study is about. People think if u feel k l7l
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 6

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How do emotions pertain to the body: emotions and body action, particular emotions can cause particular emotion sequences. S allows organism to react a
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 5

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 4

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture 3

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherWinter

Lecture Notes

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