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In-Class lecture notes. Book notes separate.
These are complete chapter 1 notes from the PowerPoints Dr. Lambert presented in class on 8/24/15.
Here are the introductory notes Dr. Lambert presented on the very first day of class.
Here's the list of important terms and definitions from chapter 2.
Here are the chapter 2 notes as presented in class by Dr. Lambert.
What is gone over in class for Geo 101-004 at UA during the first 3 classes.
Here are the Chapter 1 Key terms for GEO 101-007
Test 1 is coming up! Do you have all the info you need?
Here are the chapter 4 lecture notes as presented by Dr. Lambert in class
Here are the Chapter 5 lecture notes as presented by Dr. Lambert in class
Here are the key terms and definitions for chapter 4
Here are the Chapter 6 notes as presented by Dr. Lambert in lecture
Here are all the key terms and definitions from chapter 5
Here are the key terms and definitions from chapter 6
Here are the key terms and definitions from chapter 7
Here are the full chapter 7 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here is the COMPLETE study guide for Exam 2. This study guide contains all the key information that was presented throughout Dr. Lambert's lectures on Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7 and also includes key terms that were mentioned in class. If you missed a class or two, this study guide has everything you need to know to get ready for this exam.
Study Guide to help review for the test coming up on Tuesday. Makes it to where all information is in a bundle and terms are explained.
Here are the Chapter 8 notes on Earthquakes as presented by Dr. Lambert in lecture.
Here are the Chapter 9 Notes taken directly from lecture with Dr. Lambert
Here is the study guide for exam 3. This study guide is a little different from previous ones. Throughout the study guide there are sections where you can quiz yourself on key terms and ideas that we covered in lecture. The answers are provided as footnotes for you to check your own answers against. This study guide contains all important information covered in chapters 8, 9, 10, and 11 from both l
Here are the chapter 10 notes as presented by Dr. Lambert in lecture.
Here are the chapter 11 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here are the chapter 9 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert.
Here are the Chapter 14 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here are the Chapter 15 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here are the Chapter 16 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here are the Chapter 18 notes as presented in lecture by Dr. Lambert
Here is the exam 4 study guide. This study guide includes all pertinent information covered in the book and lecture. This study guide also provides you with the opportunity to quiz yourself on key terms and ideas.
Notes from Chapter 15: Oceans. Key terms are highlighted.
Notes for Chapter 15: Oceans. Key terms are highlighted.
Here is the GEO 101-007 Exam 5 Study Guide. This study guide includes information from Chapters 12 and 17 that comes from both lecture with Dr. Lambert and the book.
Here is the GEO 101-007 Final Exam Study Guide. This study guide was created using previous study guides I have created along with the study guide Dr. Lambert handed out in class.
Basics of Geology
These notes cover the basics of the course and defines basic scientific concepts
In class notes for 3/1/16
Lecture #5 and #6
Lecture #7 Metamorphism: A process of change
These notes cover what we have gone over in class. Dr. Keene.
Guest Lecture on Volcanoes
Cover all material for exam 3
Notes from April 5
Covers all the notes gone over on april 7th
cover all material since the end of exam 3
More detailed than last study guide, no eons/ eras included in this study guide
Covers the first eons
covers all the eras
definitions and concepts
Cover all material on April 21
Covers all material covered on April 26
covers notes in geology 101
Covers everything for the final
includes exams 2, 3, 4, and the final
Prelude and intro to Chapter 1
Notes for week 2 of Geology 101
These are the notes from lectures on August 23 and 25, 2016. The lectures were given by Dr. Keene. The subjects of the lectures were "How Science Works/Earth Formation" (August 23) and "Earth Structure/Plate Tectonics" (August 25). If you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
These notes are ones I took as I was reading Chapters 1 and 2 of "Essentials of Geology" fourth edition by Stephen Marshak. These are in no way guaranteed to help you pass the class, only help better understand the concepts that are being discussed.
These are the notes from the lectures given by Dr. Keene on August 30 and September 1. The titles of the lectures are "Plate Tectonics" (August 30) and "Minerals (September 1). If you have any questions feel free to email me at email@example.com
These are the answers to the questions that Dr. Keene posted as the study guide. As she said, this is not an all-inclusive list! Make sure to actually read the textbook and you should do great :) If you have any questions feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
These are the questions posted by Dr. Keene as the Exam 2 Study Guide. Assuming it is the same as Exam 1, this is not an all-inclusive list.
These are the lectures given by Dr. Keene on October 11 and 13, 2016. The title of both lectures was "Deformation and Mountain Building".
These are the questions given by Dr. Keene for the Exam 3 Study Guide
These are the questions Dr. Keene gave as a study guide. As it says, this is not all-inclusive!
These are the questions Dr. Keene posted as the Final Exam study guide. I left all of her office hours information in case anyone needed it.
These are notes that are based off of Mrs. Hansen's Midterm Exam #3 study guide, and are written from her power points that cover from March 3rd to April 3rd.
It covers over Mass Wasting (Chapter 13), Groundwater and Caves (Chapter 16), Streams and Rivers (Chapter 14), Oceans and Coastlines (Chapter 15), Glaciers (Chapter 18), and Deserts (Chapter 17).