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Textbook Notes for GEOG 1300 at University of Guelph (U OF G)

U OF GGEOG 1300Tara HollandWinter

GEOG 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Map Projection, Hydrosphere, Cryosphere

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Spatial refers to the nature and character of physical spaces, its measurement and the distribution of things within it. Location: absolute and relativ
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U OF GGEOG 1300John LindsayFall

GEOG 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Urban Heat Island, Waste Heat, Shifting Cultivation

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Lapse rate rate at which temperature decreases with altitudinal increase. Environmental lapse rate the actual rate at which temperature falls with incr
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U OF GGEOG 1300John LindsayFall

Chapter 7 Weathering.docx

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Geomaterials this is the cumulative name given to rocks and regoliths, materials which are derived from a geologic source. Regolith (s) the basal layer
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U OF GGEOG 1300Tara HollandWinter

GEOG 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Advection, Long Cold Winter, Dobson Unit

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Solar energy is distributed unevenly along earth"s surface. Transmission refers to the passage of shortwave and longwave energy input driving the earth
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U OF GGEOG 1300Tracy RowlandsonWinter

Textbook Notes: Chapter Two

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U OF GGEOG 1300John LindsayFall

GEOG 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cyclogenesis, Jet Stream, Occluded Front

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Aeolian pertaining to the processes, earth materials and landforms that involve the role of wind. Temperature inversion a reversal of the normal enviro
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U OF GGEOG 1300Tracy RowlandsonWinter

Summary of Textbook Chapter Three (Focus on atmospheric composition and the different atmospheric regions)

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U OF GGEOG 1300Tara HollandWinter

GEOG 1300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ozone Layer, Lapse Rate, Cellular Respiration

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Solar winds are responsible for the auroras. Seasonality refers both to the seasonal variation of the sun"s position above the horizon and changing day
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