Study Guide for Lecture Exam 1 Fall 2006

Study Guide for Lecture Exam 1 Fall 2006 - GE2000 Study Aid...

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GE2000 Study Aid for Lecture Exam 1 Fall Semester 2006 General Remarks Study ALL concepts presented in lecture and use textbook as a supplement Under each major heading listed below are the terminology you should know for the exam. The list is a combination of lecture and textbook. A number of questions will come indirectly or directly from figures, tables or boxes in the textbook that are listed. Since this is an introductory course terminology is a necessary and important component; to be successful memorize the terms!! NOTE: The study guide WILL be used to prepare questions for the exam. However, the right is reserved to include questions not directly or indirectly specifically noted in the study guide. Topic Specific Study Aid Introduction and Minerals; Textbook Chapter 1 , 2 and 5 Terminology atmosphere asthenosphere Big Bang Theory biosphere closed system core (inner and outer) data geology geosphere geothermal gradient hydrosphere hypothesis law mantle meteorite model open system planetary accretion planetary differentiation scientific method solar nebula theory theory uniformitarianism Key Textbook Figures (bold=used in lecture notes) Figure pages 24 & 25 , 2.14 , 2.15, pages 44 & 45 , 6.3 Key Concepts scientific method, solar nebula theory and planetary accretion, internal structure of the earth (character and composition), earth systems, definition of minerals
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