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Textbook Notes for Geography at Brock University (BROCKU)


BROCK UGEOG 1F90Chris FullertonFall

Chapter 1 Summary

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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Air Mass, Tropical Rainforest Climate, Tropics

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Low latitude climates lie between the tropics of cancer and capricorn. Make up about 50% of earth"s total surface tropical zone. Occupy the equatorial
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cloud Condensation Nuclei, Humidity, Fluid Parcel

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A change of state requires heat energy, or latent heat, that is stored in water molecules. Sublimation: a substance transitioning from solid to vapour.
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Atmospheric Circulation, Lapse Rate, Polar Front

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Weather systems: recurring circulation patterns and the conditions associated with them. Air mass: a large body of air that has fairly similar temperat
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Geostrophic Wind, Coriolis Force, Pressure-Gradient Force

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Atmospheric pressure is created when the weight of the gasses surrounding. The pressure occurs because the air molecules are constantly being pulled to
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BROCK UGEOG 1F90Chris FullertonFall

GEOG 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Convenience Store, Openair, Automobile Dependency

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BROCK UGEOG 2P50James Mc LeanFall

GEOG 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gilgit-Baltistan, Regional Geography

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An alternative division could treat the southernmost parts of these two provinces as a region (the industrial heartland) while the more northern areas
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Solar Irradiance, Transpiration, Ice Sheet

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Climate: the average weather in a region, based on long-term patterns. Latitude: temperatures are typically warmer near the equator and colder as you m
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sensible Heat, Mie Scattering, Rayleigh Scattering

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Chapter 3 notes the global energy system first. Atmosphere likely consisted of helium, hydrogen, ammonia, and methane at. Signs of carbon dioxide began
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sulfur Hexafluoride, Fluorocarbon, Tropospheric Ozone

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Thermal energy: the total kinetic energy associated with a substances atoms and molecules. Temperature: the amount of thermal energy that exists in a s
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BROCK UGEOG 1F91Kevin TurnerFall

GEOG 1F91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Subsolar Point, International Date Line, Leap Year

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Chapter 2 reading the earth as a rotating planet. Geographic grid: a spherical coordinate system that is used to find locations. Parallels: imaginary l
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BROCK UGEOG 2P01Catherine NashWinter

GEOG 2P01 Chapter 4th reading: Geography presentation on readings.docx

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