Earth Science (Earth SC 102) Notes and Visual Aids

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
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Course Topic Notes and Graphics PowerPoint Slides
Part I: The Solid Earth    
How the Earth Works How the Earth Works How the Earth Works
What the Earth is Made of Minerals
Rocks
Minerals
Rocks
Water on the Earth Soils, Weathering and Groundwater
Landscape Evolution
Soils, Weathering and Groundwater
Landscape Evolution
Glaciers and Ice Ages Glaciers and Ice Ages
Glaciers and Geography
Ice Ages
Glaciers and the Land
Earthquakes and Volcanoes Earthquakes Earthquakes
Volcanoes
Mountain Building and Crustal Movements Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics
Mountain Building
Continental Drift and Plate Tectonics
Crustal Deformation
A short history of the Earth Fossils and Geologic Time
Overview of Earth History
Plate Tectonics and Earth History
Geologic Time
Overview of Earth History
Plate Tectonics and Earth History
Energy from the Earth Energy Energy
Part II: The Oceans    
Ocean Currents and Tides The Oceans The Oceans
Oceanography
Shorelines Shorelines Marine Geology
Part III: The Atmosphere    
Basic Properties of the Atmosphere Clouds
Stuff in the Sky
Basic Properties of the Atmosphere
Stuff in the Sky
Water in the Atmosphere
Atmospheric Circulation and Weather Systems   Weather
Severe Storms
Climate and Climate Change
Part IV: Earth in the Universe    
The Solar System Life Cycles of Stars
The Stars as Seen from Earth
Inner Solar System
Outer Solar System
Stars and Galaxies Galaxies: Their Structure and Distances Stars

Also of Interest:

Geology of Wisconsin: Geologic maps, geologic history, earthquakes.
History of the Great Lakes
How to Identify Rocks and Minerals


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