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what is dendrology

what is dendrology


School: University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
Department: Civil Engineering Structures
Course: Atmospheric Processes & Patterns
Professor: Professor sherman
Term: Fall 2016
Cost: 50
Name: GY 101 Lab Final
Description: This is the GY 101 lab final. It doesn't matter what TA you had at the UA because they all used the same Final.
Uploaded: 12/04/2016
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What are some things you could do to lower this value?

2)What are some activities that you contribute to greenhouse gas emissions?

Lab 9: Your Footprint on Global Change (this is actually labeled Lab 10 in your manual, but completed for the 9th week of lab in class) 1)What is the carbon/ecological footprint?

GY 101 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE Lab 8: Global Change 2) Would we expect a larger or smaller temperature range looking at a single  location’s temperature oDon't forget about the age old question of which of the male accessory glands encircles the urethra?
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r for the globe?  A.   A single location has a larger temperature range than the world.  Lab 9: Your Footprint on Global Change (this is actually labeled Lab 10 in  your manual, but completed for the 9th week of lab in class) 1)What is the carbon/ecological footprint?                                                                  A. The Ecological Footprint is a resource accounting tool that measures how  much biologically productive land and sea is used by a given population or  activity, and compares this to how much land and sea is available. 2)What are some activities that you contribute to greenhouse gas emissions? What  are some things you could do to lower this value?      A. Driving, Electricity, Eating, Flying.                                                                           B. Car pull, Turn off lights when you leave the room, and Eat less  meat.  3) What is the most dominant/abundant greenhouse gas? Refer to your manual lab  introduction      A. H2OLab 10: How Trees Grow (this is actually labeled Lab 9 in your manual, but  completed the 10th week of lab in class) 1)What is dendrology? What do dendrologists study?                                                A. Dendrology is a subfield of botany which focuses on the study of woody  plants. Many people often take the term “dendrology” to refer specifically to the  study of trees, although it can encompass shrubs and woody vines as well.            B. Dendrologists learn to identify woody plants, and to differentiate between  species and subspecies which may display very subtle variations. 2)Understand how long it takes for tree rings to grow bands, how precipitation  impacts this growth, and what other factors can influence tree ring growth            A. They grow annually.                                                                                            B. The more it rains the more the rings grow. The ring will be wider if it rains  more. If it doesn't rain a lot it will be narrow.                                                          C.  Forest Fires, Insect Attacks/Pesticides, Droughts. ******Lab 7: Climate Classification                                                                        1) Be able to create a climograph if I give you the temperature and precipitation  data for a location         EQUATIONS TO REMEMBER 1) Be able to calculate the temperature range between the lowest and highest  temperature means A. 2) Understand how to calculate annual temperature range, average annual  temperature, and total annual precipitation with the equations provided for you  using the temperature and precipitation data A. annual temperature range = max temperature ­ min temperature  B. C. 1) Understand how to calculate anomalies given a previous climate average and  annual mean averages (remember which to subtract from the other, there will not  be an equation provided for this) A. temperature anomaly = annual mean temperature ­ average temperature

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