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UMNGEOG 1403HAllWinter

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Intertropical Convergence Zone, Hadley Cell, Atmospheric Circulation

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We"ve so far discussed many of the abiotic characteristics that define various regions of the world. Sun and atmosphere combine to form convection cell
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllWinter

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Spitzer Space Telescope, Craig Venter, Nebular Hypothesis

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We"re going to begin our unit on physical geography. Today we"ll briefly review the creation of the earth and its continents. We"ll then turn back to d
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllWinter

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Continental Crust, Continental Drift, Humus

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In a previous lecture we learned that the earth is differentiated into various layers: There is a solid iron core, surrounded by liquid iron. There is
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllFall

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Cave Painting, Comparative Anatomy, Biogeography

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History of biogeography: review ereserves, questions about syllabus, writing exercise part 1. On wednesday we defined biogeography as the scientific st
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllWinter

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Gerridae, Salt, Awi People

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Water covers three quarters of the earth"s surface. It serves as a key ingredient of life on the planet. Water influences everything from how proteins
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllSpring

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Wednesday we learned something of the details of what we already know: plants produce food. They do so by the process of photosynthesis. Light photons
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllSpring

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Bort, Falsifiability, Deep Time

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Before the wig 3 slides and dress coat 3 slides. Slide. there were cordilleras, jagged waves where the condor and the snow seemed immutable . But like
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UMNGEOG 1403HAllSpring

GEOG 1403H Study Guide - Polar Desert, Water Cycle, Permafrost

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One of the aims of the course is to get us in a position to be to discuss some of the day-to-day applications of biogeography. And there"s no issue tha
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