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J. Proett, Z. Lu
The last set of notes before the exam, how the cryosphere, glaciers, and sea ice impact the global temperature state.
Astronomical Forcing of Climate: eccentricity, obliquity, and precession cause the seasons and changing of climate as a whole.
All the material from 2/17 to 3/12.
Daniel Curewitz, Ph. D
This Study Guide Covers What Will be on the Second Exam Based on Professor Baldwin's Lectures and the Book
Cause and effect of how glaciers grow and recede
The rise, decline, and causes of the coldest period of Earth's surface.
Encompasses chapter 3 — Global Energy Balance
This Study Guide covers what will be on the exam based on class notes
how different weather patterns form
Carbon in our atmosphere, oceans, etc. How it gets where it goes and how much is in certian places.
elaborations on isotopes, carbon and methane output into the atmosphere
How it effects climate change, wind patterns, some of the points from last season are revisited (and may continue to be revisited)
Cooling in the Cenozoic Period, how we can measure and depict climate changes throughout Earth's history, Gateway Hypothesis,
Chapters 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8. Past notes will connect with the topics on here.
How the climate was during the Cretaceous period, movement of molecules and carbon
Plate Tectonics, effects
Systems, Components of systems, couplings, feedback loops, and equilibrium
Hypotheses and Example of Mayan civilization changes due to climate