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EEB428H1 Midterm: EEB428 Midterm 1 Review

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27 Apr 2016
15
Each year is above the long-term average temp and moving further away from it. Climate change is not the main issue. Almost everything on the planter h
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UTSGEEB428H1Sage Rowan/ Art WeisSpring

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Trophic Cascade, Keystone Species, Global Change

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20 Apr 2016
12
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UTSGEEB428H1Rowan SageWinter

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Global Warming Potential, Boron, Energy Conversion Efficiency

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25 Feb 2016
63
Lecture 1: climate change = just one of the parameters of global change inc science and evidence has shown a fast rate in global mean temp inc (with a
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UTSGEEB428H1A.Weis& SageWinter

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hadley Cell, Equinox, Phenotypic Plasticity

OC556109 Page
27 Apr 2016
14
Son gives off energy as electromagnetic radiation. Some energy incoming bounces off of the atmosphere immediately, most is absorbed. If the earth absor
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UTSGEEB428H1Rowan SageWinter

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Water Cycle, Overgrazing, Asteraceae

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23 Apr 2016
11
Annual earth energy budget some solar radiation is reflected, some is absorbed then radiated back. Radiation transmitted by the atmosphere the atm is n
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UTSGEEB428H1Rowan SageWinter

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Atmospheric Circulation, Acanthophis, Acer Saccharum

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21 Apr 2016
31
Rece ived radiation is unevenly distributed over the planet, because the sun heats equatorial regions more than polar regions. When averaged over a yea
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UTSGEEB428H1Sage Rowan/ Art WeisSpring

EEB428H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Global Warming Potential, Soil Acidification, Nitrogen Fixation

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20 Apr 2016
28
Lecture 5: perturbations to the n-cycle & consequences of global eutrophication. Atmospheric n2 needs to be transformed into another form (fixed) to be
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