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These notes cover everything that will be on the final study guide
Plate Tectonics, effects
J. Proett, Z. Lu
Hypotheses and Example of Mayan civilization changes due to climate
elaborations on isotopes, carbon and methane output into the atmosphere
All the material from 2/17 to 3/12.
certain forcings and changes in atmosphere cause carbon dioxide levels, therefore causing temperature changes
The rise, decline, and causes of the coldest period of Earth's surface.
How the climate was during the Cretaceous period, movement of molecules and carbon
Notes from 3/31 to 4/21. Exam will be cumulative, but these are the topics not yet seen on one of the exams.
Chapters 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. Past notes will connect with the topics on here.
This Study Guide covers what will be on the exam based on class notes
The last notes before the study guide, some solutions for mitigating and adapting to new climate
Cooling in the Cenozoic Period, how we can measure and depict climate changes throughout Earth's history, Gateway Hypothesis,
Cause and effect of how glaciers grow and recede
Astronomical Forcing of Climate: eccentricity, obliquity, and precession cause the seasons and changing of climate as a whole.
describes impacts climate and humans have in correlation to each other
The effect of certain Greenhouse gases on climate in the atmosphere and ocean
This Study Guide Covers What Will be on the Second Exam Based on Professor Baldwin's Lectures and the Book
the causes of sea level changes and what it means for our climate.
How we measure sea level changes