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GGR201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,11-12: Soil Ph, Metamorphic Rock, Spall

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An increase in biodiversity leads to an increase in weathering: burrowing animals break off rocks and mix soil, decaying organisms release co2, which b
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GGR201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-4: Abyssal Plain, Isostasy, Oceanic Crust

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Convergent plate boundaries: occurs at mountain belts, subduction zones, and volcanic arcs, volcanism is explosive, where some of the largest earthquak
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GGR201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-5: Baseflow, Water Cycle, Centroid

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The hydrologic cycle consists of the movement of water through streams and rivers to the ocean, evaporation to the atmosphere, and precipitation back d
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GGR201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Terminal Velocity, River Source, Thalweg

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The depth of the water table determines whether or not channels carry baseflow between storms, which in turn, is decided predominantly by regional clim
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GGR201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Downhill Creep, Pore Water Pressure, Stress (Mechanics)

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Mass wasting is a process which transports material down hillslopes without flowing water. Material moves because gravitational stress > slope strength
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