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Textbook Notes for Geography at University of California - Santa Barbara (UCSB)


UCSBGEOG 5MontelloFall

GEOG 5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Planned Economy, Non-Renewable Resource, Market Garden

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UCSBGEOG 3AdickeyFall

GEOG 3A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Hydrosphere, Solution, Supersaturation

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Nacl (sodium chloride) is the most abundant compound in seawater. Epsom salt gives sea water its bitter taste (mgso4, mgcl2) Limiting factors = factors
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UCSBGEOG 3AdickeyFall

GEOG 3A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Anemometer, Angular Velocity, Intertropical Convergence Zone

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Warm sea surface temperatures fuel the updraft of air and generate circulation patterns that trans- form atmospheric disturbances into hurricanes. Ocea
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UCSBGEOG 3AdickeyFall

GEOG 3A Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Black-Body Radiation, Shortwave Radiation, Surface Tension

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Physical oceanography: the study of the physics of the world"s oceans. In chapter 6, we explored the properties, transformations, and exchanges of matt
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UCSBGEOG 5MontelloFall

GEOG 5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Population Projection, Population Pyramid, Population Geography

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UCSBGEOG 3AdickeyFall

GEOG 3A Chapter 9: Chapter 9 Notes

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The large-scale pattern of currents within the world ocean is called the world ocean circulation. Traditionally, ocean circulation has been divided int
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UCSBGEOG 3AdickeyFall

GEOG 3A Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Wave Tank, Surf Forecasting, Group Velocity

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Evidence of their understanding of waves appears in the form of stick charts, or mattang, which were used to teach young sailors how to read patterns i
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