Final_2005_v2

Final_2005_v2 - Name _ GT ID _ Lab Section_ EAS 1600 -...

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Name __________________________ GT ID __________________ Lab Section_____ EAS 1600 - INTRODUCTION TO ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES Fall, 2005 Final Exam – 12/14/05 ¾ Place your name on each page and your GT ID on this page ¾ Answer all Questions ¾ Show all your calculations and units ¾ This is a closed-book exam; all are expected to comply with Georgia Tech Honor Code. I am aware and in compliance with the Georgia Tech Honor Code Signature: _____________________________________________________ - 1 -
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Name __________________________ GT ID __________________ Lab Section_____ 1. For each of the forms of carbon below state if it is organic or inorganic [2 Points Each]: a. CO 2 ______________ b. CH 2 O _______________ c. CO 3 -2 ________________ d. C 2 H 2 _______________ e. C 12 H 24 O 12 _______________ 2. Draw a diagram of the currents in the Northern Hemisphere Atlantic Ocean. Be sure and label any relevant currents with their names. In addition, be sure and note any major areas of upwelling or down welling. Label east, west, north and south on the diagram. [10 pts]. 3. Match the following – you may use an answer more than once [2 Points Each]: a. Mid-Ocean Ridge _ _ 1. Halite b. Mineral __ 2 . G r a n i t e c. Sea Mount __ 3. Old Rock d. Nutrient __ 4. Phosphorous e. Igneous Rock __ 5. Magma - 2 -
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GT ID __________________ Lab Section_____ 4. Consider the diagram below of a low pressure system in the Northern Hemisphere. Clearly label and circle the requested parameters. (10 pts) a) Using arrows indicate the wind directions at points G and E b) Where is the pressure highest? c) What points might define a cold front? You can circle on the diagram. d) What point is likely to be the coldest? L
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