Lecture Notes for GEOS 1024 - Resources Geology with Liogys at Virginia Tech (VT)

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Material Type:Study Guide
Class:GEOS 1024 - Resources Geology
University:Virginia Polytechnic Institute And State University
Term:Spring 2008
  • Perpetual Resources
  • Hydrosphere
  • Convection Currents
  • Doubling Time
  • Phosphorus Cycle
  • Living Will
  • Open System
  • Resource Base
  • Environment
  • The Environment
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Below are examples of the types of questions that you can expect to see on Exam 1. This is not a complete list of questions and these particular questions may not appear on this particular exam. They are just examples to give you a general idea of what to expect. A country with a population growth rate of 5% can expect to double it population in about (Hint: see formula given for doubling time in your textbook) a) 5 years b) 14 years c) 50 years d) 98 years (Other similar questions might involve knowing what the world’s current growth rate is or calculating a growth rate based on a given doubling time.) The most abundant elements in the entire Earth are a) iron and magnesium b) oxygen and iron c) oxygen and silicon d) silicon and aluminum (Other questions similar to this one may involve most abundant elements or minerals in the crust, most abundant elements/gases in the atmosphere, etc…) An isolated system is defined as one in which __________ can be freely exchanged between the system and its surrounding...

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