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[GEOG M107] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (53 pages long!)
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Geography
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GEOG M107
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Bridget Gonzalez

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[GEOG M107] Comprehensive Midterm exam guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Geog M107 Professor Gonzalez Fall 2016 Week 1 Soil & Water Conservation Week 1 Lecture Geologic time ● Earth is 4.543 billion years old, originally molten and slowly solidified ● Oldest rocks ~4 billion years old ● Many cycles of uplift, erosion, and sedimentation 3 main rock types ● Igneous ● Sedimentary ● Metamorphic Any rock type over time after erosion/sedimentation become any other type of rock Type of bedrock on Earth’s surface can determine how erodible the surface is Igneous ● Solidified melted rock (magma) ● Classified by mineral composition ● Intrusive: slow cooling, underground, large crystals ○ Most common: granite ● Extrusive: fast cooling, above ground, small crystals ○ Most common: basalt Sedimentary ● Transport material deposited and solidified or cemented over time find more resources at oneclass.com
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