PALEOCEANOGRAPHY, VOL. 26, PA2205, doi:10.1029/2010PA001950, 2011
Deep water temperature, carbonate ion, and ice volume changes
across the EoceneOligocene climate transition
A. E. Pusz,1 R. C. Thunell,1 and K. G. Miller2
Received 16 February 2010; revised
ESS 312 Geochemistry Tutorial on Stable Isotopes
(1) Isotopic compositions the " value.
Differences in the 18O/16O, D/H or 13C/12C ratio among natural substances are small.
Moreover, these absolute isotopic ratios are seldom measured. Instead, measurement
Biogeosciences, 10, 73477359, 2013
Author(s) 2013. CC Attribution 3.0 License.
Southern Hemisphere imprint for Indo-Asian summer monsoons
during the last glacial
Minerals & Rocks
o A naturally occurring
o Solid crystalline substance
o Specific chemical composition.
Thought questions for this chapter
Coal, a natural organic substance that forms from d
1. The form of streams
2. Where do streams begin? How running
water erodes solid rock
3. How currents flow and transport sediment
4. Deltas: the mouths of rivers
Igneous Rocks Solids From Melts
Fundamental Questions Related to
How do Types of Igneous Rock differ from one another?
How do magmas form?
Forms of Igneous Intrusions
The Unifying Theory
What is Plate Tectonic? It is the movement of plates and
the forces acting on them.
The purpose of this laboratory is to develop proficiency in reading & interpreting
Topographic map describes the physical features and nature of
Topographic maps are used by geologi
How did the rocky mountain rise to its current elevation
Why there are earthquakes in California and not in WI
How rivers, hills, organism
Minerals & Igneous Rocks
Minerals are part of the earth materials and important for
Minerals are very abundant in the earth ~ 4000
Earth Crust is the source of a wide variety of minerals
The mineral is very useful and each pr
Lesson No 2
May 28, 2015
What is a Topographic Map?
A map is a representation of the Earth, or part of it. The shape of the Earths surface is shown by
contour lines, which are imaginary lines that join points of equal e
GEOL 110 The Dynamic Earth (Summer 2015 - May 26 June 12)
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