ENVI 301 Exam #3
Name: Hillary Hurst
This exam is completely open-note, open-book, and open-web. In addition to notes and your textbook, you are allowed
to use the internet, scratch paper, a calculator,
1. What is aging
a. Processes of slow cell death
b. Free radical damage
c. Organs retain reserve capacity (maintain normal function w decreasing cell
numbers or activity) for awhile
2. Life expectancy
a. 74 years for m
a. Water intoxication from low sodium
2. Sodium and hypertension
a. Current Na intakes
Usa >3000 mg/day
UK >6000 mg/day
b. Dietary influences
Elevations with processed foods
1. Vitamin D
Liver good source of vitamin d
Fortified orange juice
2. Vitamin E
Improve vitamin A absorption
Used to keep fatty foods fres
1. Bio availability
a. Processing with isolated micronutrients
Fortification and enrichment
Vitamin D added to cow's milk
1. Mineral bound to protein
Field Station #3:
Because of the fault trap that traps the oil along the fault. The hill has layers of sandstone and shale. The
oil moves from the non-permeable shale (source rock) to the permeable and porous sandsto
brea landfill fire
Miller, E, M., 2008, 2008 Annual Report of the State Oil & Gas Supervisor: California
Department of Conservation Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources, p.
63, 115, 121, 136, 158.
Browne, B., 2012, ENV 301-Field Trip Activity, Chapman U
Why do the wells occur mid hill?
Because of the fault traps that trap the oil along the fault. The oil collects at the
reservoir rock which is mid hill?
What caused shape of water table?
The shape of the water table is at
Professor Brandon Browne
29 March 2012
Palos Verdes Land Conservancy- Extra Credit
The Palos Verdes Peninsula is separated by a fault between itself and the LA Basin. The
peninsula is being uplifted relative to the basin. The rock is
Hazards, Risk and the Future
What is Nuclear Energy?
Leaks or Meltdowns?
High consequence events (sometimes)
Pipes wear and tear (San Onofre)
Failure of core cooling system (Three Mile Island
1. Aging and cancer
b. In vitro
c. In vivo