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U OF CGLGY 493Alex DutchakFall

GLGY 493 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kaibab Limestone, Gymnosperm, Paradox Basin

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Evidence: clean quartz sand and grand canyon transgressive sequence. Iapetus ocean narrowing as taconic orogeny takes place. Active margin is beginning
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U OF CGLGY 493Alex DutchakFall

GLGY 493 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Myomere, Ell

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U OF CGLGY 493Alex DutchakFall

GLGY 493 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Micropaleontology, Symbiogenesis, Archaea

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cound, Avea, Veal

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spatial Analysis

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Beak, Avea, Aith

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Silicon-Germanium, Bulgarian Lev, Avea

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture 3: GEOG231 Week 3 - Note Summary

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ion

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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Geocoding, Tempora

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U OF CENSC 502Ann- Lise NormanFall

ENSC 502- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 14 pages long!)

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Food systems involve the food production, processing and distribution or access of food. It is subject to market forces, cultural norms, and socioecono
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U OF CGLGY 493Alex DutchakFall

GLGY 493 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Clay Minerals, Edmond Halley, Feldspar

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Geochronology: the science of determining the age of rocks. Steno described the relative age of strata in a sequence. Relative geologic dating: relativ
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U OF CGEOG 231Victoria FastFall

GEOG 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 1 THR: Green Leaves, Kibera, Openstreetmap

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2300 bc babylons using map on stone. Today we rely on satellites for pictures of the earth, weather, communications etc. Ushahidi: open source platform
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U OF CGLGY 571Laurence BentleyFall

GLGY 571 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydraulic Head, Geodesic, Empty Spaces

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Section 5. 1: aims + importance- general aim of site investigation is to identify and quantify ground conditions that may affect the viability, design
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U OF CENSC 502Ann- Lise NormanFall

ENSC 502 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Biogas, Mudstone, Afforestation

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Food systems involve the food production, processing and distribution or access of food. It is subject to market forces, cultural norms, and socioecono
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U OF CGEOG 313David GoldblumFall

GEOG 313 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Krummholz, Parasitism, Photosynthesis

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Biome: a group of terrestrial ecosystems around the world that are similar in vegetation structure (physiognomy), and are common in their adaptations t
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U OF CGLGY 401E D CeyFall

GLGY 401 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Silt, Unconformity, Ope

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Potential evaporation (pe): evaporation under unlimited supply of water such as a lake. Actual evaporation (ae): evaporation from a soil surface which
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Hornerger (1998): Reading Quiz 3 - Groundwater

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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter Hendricks (2010): Walpurgis Night, Avea, Dew Point

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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pleistocene, Accumulation Zone, Glacier Morphology

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23 Apr 2016
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Characteristics of, and differences between, single-channel (meandering) and braided rivers pattern, gradient, sed load, dynamism, flow velocity, width
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Earth'S Critical Zone, Meed, Wakr

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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Esker, Pc System Design Guide, Avalanch

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U OF CGLGY 343Rudi MeyerWinter

GLGY 343 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fortean Times, List Of Greyhawk Deities, Prophetic Biography

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U OF CGLGY 333Jennifer CuthbertsonWinter

GLGY 333 Study Guide - Final Guide: Metamorphic Facies, Metamorphic Rock, Igneous Rock

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Liquidus: line represening when the irst solid crystal forms when the rock is cooling, or when the last solid crystal melts during heaing. Peritecic po
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U OF CENSC 503William HoldenWinter

ENSC 503 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gross Domestic Product, Social Impact Assessment, The Cheviot

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11 Apr 2016
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Please list, and discuss, four tasks, or activities, relevant to scoping. Screening: the fundamental mechanism used to limit the application of a full
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter Geomorphology: A Canadian Perpective (Ch 6): Ablation Zone, Accumulation Zone, Tunnel Valley

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The accumulation zone is above the equilibrium line and is where more snow/ice is gained in winter than lost in summer. Ablation zone is below the equi
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter Bloom's Geomorphology: The Fluvial Geomorphic System: Neighbourhood System, Throughflow, Soil Horizon

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30 Mar 2016
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Overland flow is when water flows over the surface of the ground for various reasons (soil is saturated, rainfall is too hard/intense to be absorbed in
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Downhill Creep, Debris Flow, Sediment Transport

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With regard to process, how sediment transport by m. m. difers from sediment transport by rivers and glaciers and wind. Sediment transported by mass mo
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Unified Soil Classification System, Clay Minerals, Latosol

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Meaning of horizon labels: o, a, ah, ae, e, b, c, r and recogniion of such horizons in soils. Developed from decay of mosses, woody materials, dead pla
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Winnowing, Cross-Bedding, Clastic Rock

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23 Mar 2016
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Bedrock gets increasingly broken up as it gets closer to the earth"s surface which enhances chemical weathering along fractures. In addiion, rocks weat
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter Bloom's Geomorphology: Mass Wasting and Hillslopes: Downhill Creep, Mass Wasting, Friction

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A build up of sand will have a surface angle of repose of ~35 degrees (dependent on size, shape, surface roughness of sand). Tan(angle of repose) >= =
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter Bierman and Montgomery: Blockfield, Saprolite, Frost Weathering

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3 of bierman and montgomery (last chapter in coursepack)) Silicate minerals most suscepible to weathering and the one least suscepible to weathering, a
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U OF CGLGY 202Glenn DolphinWinter

GLGY 202 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unicef, Tephra, Simile

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Various definitions : fine grain mineral matter and organic matter (agricultural view, sequence of layers below earth"s surface (geoscientist view, any
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U OF CGLGY 323Rajeev NairWinter

GLGY 323 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cathodoluminescence, X-Ray Fluorescence, Mass Spectrometry

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Most widely used analyical method for major, minor, trace elements analysis of whole rock. Sample is excited by primary x-ray beam producing a secondar
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3 in course pack (: MATHEWSON, SOIL MATERIALS): Wet Strength, Geotechnical Engineering, Unified Soil Classification System

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U OF CGOPH 351David EatonFall

GOPH 351 Study Guide - Final Guide: International Geomagnetic Reference Field, Gravity Anomaly, Magnetization

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The centripetal force tends to reduce the gravitational field. A higher order approximation to the shape of the earth. It is a model of global mean sea
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U OF CGEOG 333Geoff HayFall

GEOG 333 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Operational Land Imager, Thematic Mapper, Landsat 1

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29 Feb 2016
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U OF CGLGY 353Masaki HayashiWinter

GLGY 353 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dimensionless Quantity, Lysimeter, Latent Heat

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29 Feb 2016
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Sublimation: transition of a substance directly from the solid to gas phase without passing through the intermediate liquid phase. Latent heat of vapor
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U OF CBIOL 243Yvonne MartinWinter

Midterm 1 Complete Notes

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U OF CBIOL 243Yvonne MartinWinter

Theme 5A, B and C - Summary of Textbook and Lecture Notes

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