# 'Magnetic north pole' presentation slideshows

## Introduction to Scale Maps and Basic Cartography

Introduction to Scale Maps and Basic Cartography. By: Alix Flavelle. Unit: M09U01. Introduction. This presentation covers: an introduction to scale maps, what they are and how they are made; basic cartography – standard conventions in making maps. What is a scale map?.

By victoria
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## Chapter 21

Chapter 21. Magnetic Forces and Fields. Magnetism Magnetic Force and Field Trajectory of a Charge in a Magnetic Field Magnetic Forces and Torques on Electric Currents Magnetic Fields Produced by Currents Ampere’s Law Magnetic Materials. Chapter 21: Magnetic Forces and Fields. Magnetism.

By mariko
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## Chapter 2

Chapter 2 . 8 th Grade. VOCABULARY. LESSON 1: Magnet Magnetism Magnetic Pole Magnetic Force Conductor Force. magnet. Magnet. Every magnet, regardless of its shape, has two magnetic poles. North & South. Opposites attract. Magnetic poles that are unlike attract each other.

By gina
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## The Sky

The Sky. Edward M. Murphy Space Science for Teachers 2005. Horizon and Zenith. It is sometimes useful to think of the sky as a great dome over our heads. The horizon is where the dome meets the Earth. The zenith is the point directly overhead.

By brier
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## Maps

Maps . a model or representation of the Earth’s surface . Eratosthenes. Greek mathematician who calculated the Earth’s circumference in ~240 BC using geometry and observation, his observations made more than 2,000 years ago were off by 6250 km => only 15%!. Finding direction on the Earth.

By redford
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## Evolution A Short Biography of Life a play

Evolution A Short Biography of Life a play. Time. Age of the universe: 13.72 ± 0.12 billion years Age of solar system: 4.54 ± 0.45 billion years Age of earth: ~4 billion years Age of life: ~3.5 billion years Age of eukaryotes: ~1.8 billion years Age of multicellulars: ~1.2 billion years

By nili
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## Testing Magnets Installed on EPIRB Brackets

Testing Magnets Installed on EPIRB Brackets. Prepared by Robert G. Garrott CGD Five CFVS Coordinator July 3, 2007. Background Information 1.

By coby
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## Map Conventions

Map Conventions. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Latitude and Longitude. Magnetic Declination. Magnetic Declination. Magnetic Declination. Migration of magnetic north pole. Magnetic Declination. Scale. Using Scale. Using Scale. Topographic Maps.

By alta
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## The Sky

The Sky. Edward M. Murphy Space Science for Teachers 2005. Horizon and Zenith. It is sometimes useful to think of the sky as a great dome over our heads. The horizon is where the dome meets the Earth. The zenith is the point directly overhead.

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## Chapter 19: Magnetism

Chapter 19: Magnetism. Homework assignment : 18,25,38,45,50 Read Chapter 19 carefully especially examples. . Magnets . Magnets. Magnets. Magnetic force. Magnets. Magnetic field lines. Magnets. Magnetic field lines. Electric Field Lines of an Electric Dipole.

By patty
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Navigation and Bathymetry. Why is it important for you to be able to read maps and navigate? What’s wrong with GPS? Rely heavily on power and satellites Salt water and batteries Sun spot activity breaks down radio transmissions Always good to know how to use a map and compass.

By maille
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## Chapter 11

Chapter 11. Magnetism & Electromagnetism. Magnets. A special stone first discovered <2000 years ago in Greece, in a region called “ Magnesia ”, attracted iron, they called it “ magnetite ” hence the “magnet” name.

By aolani
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## Hands-On Activities to Crush Science Misconceptions

Hands-On Activities to Crush Science Misconceptions. Michael Horton Science Coordinator. Who Am I?. I am the science coordinator at the Riverside County Office of Education Degree in physics, minor in chemistry from SDSU

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## Hands-On Activities to Crush Science Misconceptions

Hands-On Activities to Crush Science Misconceptions. Michael Horton Science Coordinator. Who Am I?. I am the science coordinator at the Riverside County Office of Education Degree in physics, minor in chemistry from SDSU

By doane
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## Evolution A Short Biography of Life a play

Evolution A Short Biography of Life a play. Time. Age of the universe: 13.72 ± 0.12 billion years Age of solar system: 4.54 ± 0.45 billion years Age of earth: ~4 billion years Age of life: ~3.5 billion years Age of eukaryotes: ~1.8 billion years Age of multicellulars: ~1.2 billion years

By arama
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## NIS – PHYSICAL SCIENCE

NIS – PHYSICAL SCIENCE. Lecture 28 Earth in Space Ozgur Unal. Shape of Earth. If you were living in old times without technology, how would you prove that Earth is similar to a sphere in shape?. Earth’s Size and Shape.

By akamu
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## PRESS AND HOLD THE DOWN ARROW KEY until the GREEN light on the remote turns RED.

The radio channel number for this room is “09” (zero, nine). It is STRONGLY recommended to login your remote for every class just to be sure it is on the correct radio channel and working before class.

By zorina
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## PLATE TECTONIC QUIZ

PLATE TECTONIC QUIZ. _____1. What is the main idea Alfred Wegner proposed in the “ Theory of Continental Drift” that he published in 1915? A. The fossils found on Earth are evidence of change over time. B. The seafloor has spread the continents into separate landmasses.

By faolan
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## MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY

MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY. Science 1, Class IX. Objectives. Magnetism Magnetic effect of electricity Oersted’s experiment Right hand rule Tangent Galvanometer. RECAP. Magnet - material that produces a magnetic field Magnetic field: invisible

By anahid
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## Magnetism

Magnetism. Strange Stones. A young Shepard named Magnes discovered Magnetism when iron nails of his sandal stuck to a stone. History of Magnets. Over 2,000 years ago, Greeks discovered a mineral that attracted things made of iron

By azure
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