Lecture 13 Hydrosphere and Landform Study

Lecture 13 Hydrosphere and Landform Study - Distinguish...

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Chapter 9: The Hydrosphere Movement of Ocean Waters Currents Waves Permanent Ice—The Cryosphere Land Ice Oceanic Ice Permafrost Surface Waters Lakes Swamps and Marshes Rivers and Streams
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Underground Water Zone of Aeration Zone of Saturation Zone of Confined Water Waterless Zone Groundwater Mining Chapter 13: Introduction to Landform Study The Structure of Earth The Crust
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The Mantle The Inner and Outer Cores Plate Tectonics and the Structure of Earth Study Questions for Key Concepts Movement of Ocean Waters (p. 267) Why do most oceanic areas experience two high tides and two low tides each day?
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Unformatted text preview: Distinguish between flood tide and ebb tide. Explain the global conveyor belt circulation. Permanent Ice The Cryosphere (p. 271) Describe the characteristics and global distribution of permafrost. Surface Waters (p. 273) Distinguish among a lake, a swamp, and a marsh. Underground Water (p. 280) Explain the characteristics of an aquifer. Explain the concept of a water table. The Structure of Earth (p. 387) 1. Briefly describe the overall structure of Earth, noting the four main layers....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ECOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Dr.clark during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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