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Earth and its Atmosphere Earth Structure Notes.docx

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Earth and its Atmosphere Chapter 1 Notes.docx

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NATS 1750 Chapter Notes -Iceberg, Accretionary Wedge, Rodinia

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India has pushed a few hundred km under the asian plate this is what has uplifted the. How did continents form: early in its history earth had no conti
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NATS 1750 Chapter 4: chapter4, portrait of a planet

Plates: the lithosphere and the outer layer of the earth consists of separate pieces that with respect to one another. The lithosphere lies over a rela
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NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Continental Crust, Thermal Energy, Paleomagnetism

This supercontinent he called pangea, later broke into smaller continents by drifting apart and moving to their now present positions this proposal was
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NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Crystal Habit, Faceting Machine, Silicate Minerals

Sugar, fat, plastic, propane and protein are organic chemicals: almost all minerals are inorganic, meaning that there are not organic chemicals. Di rac
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NATS 1750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Source Rock, Asthenosphere, Potassium Oxide

Igneous rocks: rock made by freezing of a melt has formed. Igneous rocks exist in the earth crust, they make up all of the ocean crust, beneath the ven
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NATS 1750 Chapter 20: chap 20 earths atmosphere, portrait of a planet

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The rst atmosphere, which consisted mostly of hydrogen and helium, with traces of other gases, survived only a short period of time: addition of new ga
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