Introduction_to_Environmental_Geochemistry_S11

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1 Introduction to Environmental Geochemistry GLY 4241 - Lecture 1 Spring, 2011
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2 Love Canal The neighborhood was a bit creepy Empty house after empty house All with lawns minimally cared for A lot of peeling paint and rotten awnings A noticeable absence of kids, parked cars, pets, lawn furniture
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Love Canal Video 3
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4 London Smog Left, Jacqueline Morreau, Impression of Killer Fog, Embankment 1952 Right in 2001
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5 Earth Day The first nationwide Earth Day was held April 22, 1970 Celebrated with marches, speeches, planting and cleanup projects, it raises awareness of environmental issues, promotes conservation efforts, and encourages respect for the Earth The stamp was issued in 1999
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6 V.M. Goldschmidt Swiss-born Norwegian mineralogist and petrologist who laid the foundation of inorganic crystal chemistry and founded modern geochemistry Born 1888, died 1947
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High- Temperature Geochemistry Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, Italy
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