EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 10 - Physical Environment - Earth Origin Age Structure - Fall 2010

EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 10 - Physical Environment - Earth Origin Age Structure - Fall 2010

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EVPP 110 Lecture Learning Guide #10 Fall 2010 Physical Environment: Earth origin, age, structure what is the most "popular" theory for the origin of the universe? is the size of the universe thought to be fixed or continually expanding? what is the age range for estimates of the age of the universe? what event is thought to have resulted in the formation of our solar system and our planet? what are the two main general categories (excluding Pluto) into which the nine planets of our solar system can be grouped and  what are some characteristics of each category? what are some of the characteristics of the earth that make it unique in our solar system? what is the current estimate of the age of the earth? what were some early ideas about the physical features of the Earth? what is stated by the Principle of Superposition what is stated by the Principle of Original Horizontality what is stated by the Principle of Original Lateral Continuity? what is stated by the Principle of Uniformitarianism? what are the three basic types of rocks and what is the mode of origin of each? What is the rock cycle what is stated by the principle of intrusive relationships? what is stated by the principle of cross-cutting relationships? what is stated by the principle of inclusions?
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EVPP 110 Lecture - Learning Guide 10 - Physical Environment - Earth Origin Age Structure - Fall 2010

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