WOU ES 106 - Lecture Notes (18 pages)

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Western Oregon University
Course:
Es 106 - Earth System Sci
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Earth Systems Science Introduction ES 106 Earth Systems Science III Earth Science 12th Ed Tarbuck and Lutgens 2009 Conceptual Physical Science 4th ed Hewitt Suchoki and Hewitt 2008 Introduction No lab this week Bring lab manual next week Must pass lab to pass this class Instructors will give percent lab grade to one another Population trend Resources Hazards Scientific Inquiry Gather data Formulate plausible explanations Devise tests and predictions Revise reject or accept explanations Data Collecting Hypothesis vs Theory Hypothesis is an explanation that requires testing Theory has been tested and is supported by the evidence and predicts things not used to formulate the hypothesis Paradigm is a theory that explains wide ranging sets of observations Earth From Space Big Bang forms all matter Nebular Hypothesis Formed our solar system Sun Planets Asteroids and comets Rotating cloud of dust and gases collapses into these bodies Solar system formed from nebular cloud Spheres interaction Atmosphere Composition Crust Mantle Core Properties of Earth s interior Lithosphere Asthenosphere Lower mantle Outer core Inner core Lithospheric Plates Be sure to attend lab next week Bring the lab manual Must pass lab to pass this class Instructors will give percent lab grade to one another



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