PEIIGEOII_08SGI - Planet Earth II/Geology II Prof Pyle Exam...

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Planet Earth II/Geology II Study Guide 1 Prof. Pyle 7 February 2008 Exam I will be given in class on Thursday, 2/21 The exam will include 15-20 multiple choice questions, a number of short answer questions (T/F, FITB, a sentence or two), and short essays (2-4). Part of the class (time-dependent) before the exam (Feb. 15th) may be given over to a review of the exam I material, as may Lab that week, if time permits. For help on any of the material, I can be contacted at x3650, [email protected] , or in person in JRSC 1C22. This study guide covers lecture material from Jan 17th to Feb 4th, which is 4 lectures (i.e., half of the exam material). Key Terms and Concepts Population Exponential Growth Demographic Transition; Stages within D.T. Logistic Growth Fertility Rate Growth Rate Replacement Fertility Birth Rate Population Pyramid Death Rate Doubling Time Atmosphere Energy Balance Troposphere Insolation (or Flux) Tropopause EMR Stratosphere Shortwave Radiation Stratopause Longwave Radiation Mesosphere Ultraviolet Mesopause Intrafred
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