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UBCEOSC 114Leah May VerWinter

EOSC 114 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide -

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Magnitude prefixes: the international system of units (si) specifies the following prefixes to represent various multiples or magnitudes: The energy mu
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

EOSC 114- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 108 pages long!)

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UBCEOSC 110Lucy PorrittSpring

EOSC 110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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Illustrate and label the layers of the earth. Inner core: outer cores, the mantle regions, the crust. The how and why of plate tectonics: plates are pu
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UBCEOSC 210ErikWinter

EOSC 210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 37 pages long!)

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UBCEOSC 114Athaide DileepWinter

EOSC 114- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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Very large scale, permanent winds that blow over the ocean produce surface currents, which transport both matter (water) and energy. Winds that blow oc
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UBCEOSC 114Brett GilleyFall

EOSC 114- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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Atoms consist of protons (+) and neutrons in the nucleus and electrons (-) in orbit. Atomic mass : number of protons (+) + number of neutrons. Isotopes
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UBCEOSC 314Curtis SuttleSpring

EOSC 314- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 172 pages long!)

It is moving all the time: moving in very big scales. It is also faster than the atmosphere that is also fluid so that creates wind. It is vastly deep:
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (64 pages long!)

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Substantial event causing physical damage, injury or loss of life and/or drastic change to the environment. Elements: a chemical element consists of id
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UBCEOSC 114Lucy PorrittWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 99 pages long Study Guide!

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UBCEOSC 116Stuart SutherlandWinter

[EOSC 116] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (31 pages long)

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The scientific method: compile observations, form hypothesis (provisional theory), test hypothesis. If hypothesis survives repeated testing, form a the
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UBCEOSC 112Roger FrancoisFall

[EOSC 112] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (97 pages long!)

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Such convection cells on a non-rotating earth would produce northerly wind in northern hemisphere, and southerly wind in southern hemisphere. In the no
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UBCEOSC 114John ShermanWinter

[EOSC 114] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 108 pages long Study Guide!

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Disaster: substantial event causing: physical damage, injury or loss of life, a drastic change to environment. Humans and disasters: high fatalities in
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