Lecture 2 Notes
Tetrachloroethene: C2Cl4
Volatile organic compound
Nonflammable colorless liquid at room temperature
Ether-like odor
Synonym: Tetrachloroethylene, Perchloroethylene, and PCE
Primary route
Inhalation
Ingestion of contaminated food and wat

Final Exam Guidelines
Original research papers for the final exam (available in PDF format on the course website):
Xenobiotica. 2009 Sep;39(9):687-93.
Utility of unbound plasma drug levels and P-glycoprotein transport data in prediction of
central nervous

Study Guide for Exam 3
1. Concepts
(1) Energy measurement units: energy, energy flux, energy flux density
(2) Solar Constant
(3) Photons
(4) Direct and diffuse radiation
(5) Photosynthetically active radiation (PAR), absorbed PAR (APAR)
(6) Optical Air ma

John Burrows
Post Lab Questions
1. In your own words, explain the process of georectifying a digital image.
Georectifying is the process of taking a spatial image (such as airplane or satellite photo)
that lacks spatial information and aligning it to the

Intro Notes ENVR
The course focuses on the development of advanced functions for field-based Temporal Geographical Information Systems
(TGIS).
These fields describe natural, epidemiological, economic, and social phenomena distributed across space and time

HW 2 Exercises 2.1-2.3
2. The covariance of Space/Time Random Fields (S/TRF)
2.1
Definitions
The Space/Time Random Field (S/TRF) X(p) =X(s,t) is a random variable that is a function of location s=(s1,s2) and time t.
The space/time covariance between space

Exam 1 (Chapter 1&2) review Guide
1.4 The expected value of a random variable
The expected value of g(x) is E[g(x)]=
Examples
The mean is the expected value of x
mx=E[x]=
The variance is the expected value of (x-mx)2
varx=E[(x-mx)2]=
The expected value of

Importing Data into ArcGIS
- Setting up the ArcGIS environment
1. Open ArcGIS and go to View Toolbars
a. Make sure Spatial Analyst and Editor Toolbars are selected
b. Choose any other toolbars you want to appear
c. If the spatial analyst toolbar is not on

Exam 2 Review Guide
Definition of Temporal Geographic Information Systems:
GIS: Database of information linked to geographical objects
TGIS: GIS changing over time
TGIS has purpose, content and context
We adopt the following rather broad definition of TGI

ENVR 468 Temporal GIS
Assignment on Address Geocoding
W hat is Address Geocoding?
Address Geocoding, Address Matching, or geocoding is the process of creating locational
points (i.e. Latitude/Longitude Coordinates) from data that only contains addresses.

Lecture 4 Notes
Tells how map distance relates to real world distance
1. Map Scale: ratio of map distance to actual ground distance
1:10,000 (1 map cm = 10,000 real cm)
Small scale (1:100) vs. large scale (1:10)
2. Scale Bar: graphic display of map scale

Lecture 3 Notes
Mean trend consist of two components
Purely spatial component
Purely temporal component
Each component is calculated by exponential smoothing
Assesment Criterion
Prob[Non-Attainment]=Prob[PCE>0.388 g ]
Highly Likely in Attainment
Prob[

ENVR 468
1. The section Patterns of Economic Incorporation describes in detail the state of labor relations
of Latino Americans in the United States and how the. The Vast majority of Latino immigrants
are fully employed (pg. 166) and although lower skille