Life in the Universe. What is Life?. “Life is what dies when you stomp on it” -Dave Barry Simple definitions all fail Moves? Grows? Feeds? Reproduces? Best definitions focus on: Self-organizing, complexity, adaptation Information codingBy levana
Green Living. By : Grace Furnari, Brooke Drawdy, and Madelyn Graham 6 th Grade, South Mckeel Academy. Yucky Water. CLICK HERE TO CHECK OUT AN EDUCATIONAL VIDEO!. Water pollution is any type of trash or chemical in a ocean, lake, pond, or any water area.By aelwen
Origins. Stars and Seas. Earth is a Water Planet. 3 rd rock from the Sun. Ocean covers 71% of Earth’s surface. Life on Earth almost certainly evolved in the ocean. Earth’s position allows H 2 O to exist in its 3 states. Too far – H 2 O frozen. Too close – H 2 O evaporates.By arav
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Early History of Earth. What was early Earth like? Very hot Energy from colliding meteorites heated its surface. Section 14.1 Summary – pages 369-379. Early History of Earth. Volcanoes spewed lava & gases, relieving pressure in Earth’s hot interior
The Case for a Hot Early Earth (Climate). David W. Schwartzman Department of Biology Howard University, Washington, DC firstname.lastname@example.org. Faint Early Sun Conference, April 9, 2012, Baltimore MD.
A compelling case for a hot Archean (50-70 deg C) (And early Proterozoic aside from the Huronian) :. Sedimentary chert oxygen and silicon isotopic record from the same samples and evidence for nearly constant seawater O18 /O16 ratio going back into the Archean (even the Hadean?).Knauth, L.P.
Venus too hot, Mars too cold…earth just right!. Earth Diurnal Temp Range 10 o C to 20 o C Moon Diurnal Temp Range -150 o C to 120 o C Why the difference? The ATMOSPHERE acts as an insulating layer. What would happen if they didn’t balance?.
Hot spots and plate tectonics. I. Hot spots Stationary hot spots on Earth where heat rises (not at plate boundaries) Hot spots produce volcanoes in plate interiors. Remain fixed relative to moving plates. Hot spots, Geologic Time & Rock Cycle. I. Hot spots
Equilibrium Chemistry of the Atmospheres of Hot Earth-like Exoplanets. Laura Schaefer Katharina Lodders Bruce Fegley, Jr. Introduction. Currently, there are several hundred known exoplanets 24 super-Earths ( M < 10 M Earth )
HOW HOT IS HOT?. Paul Wilkinson Public & Environmental Health Research Unit London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine Keppel Street London WC1E 7HT (UK). CLIMATE OR WEATHER?. 1 HEAT WAVES 2 TEMPERATURE-RELATED IMPACTS 3 ECOLOGICAL IMPACTS. HEAT WAVES & TEMPERATURE.