Notes - Chapter1 20:33 Geography=EarthScratching

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Chapter 1 20:33 Geo-graphy = Earth Scratching Habitable world is the main area of study Aristotle divided the world into 5 zones Two frigid (poles) Two temperate zones One Torrid (hot) zone (equator) Scientific Method Question Hypothesis Null hypothesis (opposite of hypothesis) Trying to disprove the null hypothesis Plan a Test Predict Experiment Conclusion Add to  THEORY The Earth’s Spheres Atmosphere  Air Cryosphere  everything that’s frozen Lithosphere  rocks Biosphere  life Hydrosphere  water You can know the name of a bird in all the languages of the world, but when you’re  finished, you’ll know absolutely nothing whatever about the bird… I learned very early  the difference between knowing the name of something and knowing something. –  Richard Feynman Earth is not a perfect sphere
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Erosion 20:33 Denudation
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Erosion 20:33 Weathering Mechanical weathering Frost wedging results in a pile of rocks
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Notes - Chapter1 20:33 Geography=EarthScratching

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