Introduction to Earth Science Part 1

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    Introduction to Earth Science Part 1

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    Part 1 of 2. How the Earth was formed, the interdisciplinary science of earth science, and what the universe is composed of.

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 1. Introduction and the Scientific Method

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 01. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Introduction and the Scientific Method --
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded on September 27, 2013

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    Introduction to Deep Earth Science – Part 1 | TokyoTechX on edX | Course About Video

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    Have you ever imagined what is deep under the ground? What is happening deep inside the earth? How has the earth evolved into its present state?

    This course is an introduction to earth science, focusing on the deep earth. We will learn how temperature and chemical compositions inside the Earth are inferred from limited observations combined with laboratory experiments. We will also explore the fate of water on the early Earth related to advanced research questions. Upon finishing this course, you will learn how scientists interpret the unknown and use the scientific method to address immeasurable research challenges.

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    Introduction to Earth Science

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    This HD dramatic video choreographed to powerful music introduces the viewer/student to the wonder of Earth Science. It is designed as a motivational trailer to be shown in classrooms by Earth Science and Physical Science teachers in high school and college as a visual Introduction to the beauty and complexity of the planet Earth.

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    Earth System Science Part 1: Introduction to ESS

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    This is part one of a mini-series i did for a school project. it is enjoyable and educational. so you should watch it definitely all the way through and stuff

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 5. Plate Tectonics

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 05. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Plate Tectonics --
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded October 7, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    Earth and Environmental Science - Part 1: Introduction to the EES HSC exam

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    Introduction to Soil part 1

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    This is Part 1 of Introduction to Soil Science. This video is great for someone interested in Soils, Agriculture, or Gardening. This video covers the definition of soils, how soils are formed and why soil is important.

    If you have any questions about soil, please leave them in the comments below! Also, I would love to hear about other topics and videos you would like to see in the future.

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 17. Oceans, Part I.

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 17. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Oceans -- Part 1
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded November 6, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    1) Introduction to Earth Science

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    A Flipped Classroom? This is video introduces how to watch a class video, expectations, and introduces classroom Cornell Note sheets.

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    Flat Earth; Introduction; Cosmic Mechanisms & Earth Part 1

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    Flat Earth; Introduction; Cosmic Mechanisms & Earth Part 1

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    US 6 Grade Science Chapter 1 - Introduction to Earth Science

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    US 6 Grade Science Chapter 1 - Introduction to Earth Science

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    Everything You Need to Know About Planet Earth

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    Planet Earth is this solid thing you are standing on right now. In your everyday life you don't really waste a thought about how amazing this is. A giant, ancient, hot rock. How did it come into existence and how big is it really? You will be surprised. The ground you are standing on is just a very, very small part of the big picture.

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    Everything You Need to Know About Planet Earth

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    Four Spheres Part 1 : Crash Course Kids #6.1

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    In this episode of Crash Course Kids, Sabrina talks about two of the four spheres that make up our planet; The Geosphere and the Biosphere. What's in these spheres? How do they affect us? How do they fit into the puzzle that is Earth? All is contained within!

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 9. The Rock Cycle and the Geological Timescale

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 09. Introduction to Earth System Science -- The Rock Cycle and the Geological Timescale --
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded October 16, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    Introduction to Oceanography : History & Ocean Basics

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    Mr. Lima introduces the topic of oceanography by talking about basic ocean geography (oceans, seas, bays, gulfs, peninsulas, capes) and about the history of oceanography

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    Soil Science Chapter 1 - INTRODUCTION

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    Biblical Flat Earth- Part 1 - Introduction

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    This is a first in a series of videos to examine the TRUE descriptions of the earth from a biblical perspective. In the introduction, we look at Isiah and his use of Circle of the Earth. Has this been applied correctly by bible proponents or is it just an idea of man and not inspired by the Holy Spirit?

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    ORE DEPOSITS 101 Part 1 Introduction

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    Introduction to Andrew Jackson's Ore Deposits Series for Non-Geologists

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    ESC1000 Earth Science Chapter 1

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    ESC1000 Earth Science Chapter 1 - an Introduction to Earth Science

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    Introduction to Soil and Soil Science part - 1 Agricultural Field Officer IBPS

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    Introduction to Soil and Soil Science

    SOIL: A RENEWABLE RESOURCE
    Soil is a slowly renewed resource that provides most of the nutrients needed for plant growth and also helps purify water.
    Soil formation begins when bedrock is broken down by physical, chemical and biological processes called weathering.
    Mature soils have developed over a long time are arranged in a series of horizontal layers, soil horizons.

    Layers in Mature Soils
    Infiltration: the downward movement of water through soil.
    Leaching: dissolving of minerals and organic matter in upper layers carrying them to lower layers.
    The soil type determines the degree of infiltration and leaching.

    Soil Horizons
    O horizon: leaf litter
    A horizon: top soil
    E horizon: eluviation zone;
    eluviation is the lateral or downward movement of dissolved or suspended material within soil when rainfall exceeds evaporation, a.k.a. infiltration.
    A & E horizons comprise the “zone of leaching”
    B horizon: subsoil
    C horizon: parent material
    Bedrock

    Soil Color Factors
    Parent Material: Minerals relate to color
    Age/Time: Older soil is often more red
    Climate: May leach, remove coatings, or even enhance red
    Topography: Uplands are more brown and red; low lands are more grey.
    Vegetation : Conifers are more acid, more leaching, less color and Grasslands are more organic, darker colors

    Diversity of Color
    All soil in a specific area is not all the same color.
    Soil within the same soil profile can have strong color variation.

    What do the colors indicate?
    Reddish, yellowish, or brownish: Iron oxides (variation from amount ofsture)
    Hematite – red
    Goethite – yellowish brown
    Ferrihydrite – reddish brown
    White: Carbonates, gypsum, other salts, or very leached
    Black/very dark brown: Organic matter
    Purple/black: Manganese oxides

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    Age of the Earth - part 1 - Intro to R.A.T.E. with Dr. Larry Vardiman - Origins

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    Larry Vardiman is a creation scientist and educator with a Ph.D. in Atmospheric Science from Colorado State University. He served as the chairman of the Department of Astro-Geophysics at the Institute for Creation Research's Graduate School since 1989 and has authored many technical papers and books including overseeing the editing of the book, Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth.

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    Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth (RATE)
    Introduction
    Scientists associated with the Institute for Creation Research have finished an eight-year research project known as RATE, or Radioisotopes and the Age of the Earth.

    For over a hundred years, evolutionists have insisted that the earth is billions of years old, and have arrogantly dismissed any views contrary to this belief. However, the team of seven creation scientists have discovered incredible physical evidence that supports what the Bible says about the young age of the earth.

    Learn about their discoveries and explore the scientific evidence that supports biblical truth here!

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    Introduction to Force For Earth part 1

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    Introduction to Force for Earth

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    The Earth: Crash Course Astronomy #11

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    Phil starts the planet-by-planet tour of the solar system right here at home, Earth.

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    Earth is a Planet 0:03
    Layers of Earth 1:25
    The Magnetic Field 5:10
    Atmosphere and the Human Influence 6:14

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    Mission to Bennu: [credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center Conceptual Image Lab]
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    A Year In The Life Of Earth’s CO2: [credit: NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center]
    NASA | 2014 Continues Long-Term Global Warming:

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    Introduction to Atmospheric Physics - Crash Course #1

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    Part 1 of my Crash Course in Atmospheric Physics. In this video we introduce the atmosphere, talking about how big the atmosphere is, what the atmosphere is made of, and what the layers in the atmosphere are.

    If you would like to support this series you can do so on Konoz: :)

    In this series we will cover:
    - Introduction to the atmosphere
    - Radiation concepts
    - Air parcels
    - Stability in the atmosphere
    - Thermal concepts and the first law of thermodynamics
    - Absorption and emission spectra
    - The stratospheric polar vortex
    - Global warming
    - Geoengineering

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    - A good textbook for this whole series is Atmospheric Science - An introductory survey by Wallace and Hobbs.
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    Easy Climate Science | Earth Nullschool Tutorial

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    Burning Earth Tutorials: Earth Nullschool (Part 1)

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    I've decided to create a tutorial on earth nullschool for those who are interested in climate science. I've tried my best to make the tutorial at a level which is good for everyone :-).

    1) In this tutorial, I go over the basics in Earth Nullschool. First, we discuss the basics of Earth Nullschool, including navigation basic wind patterns and the structure of the troposphere and stratosphere.

    2) We also explore temperature, and some concepts with pressure. Relative humidity and total precipitable water are also covered, as well as some other basic ideas from physics and chemistry as they relate to climate change.

    3) Having even a basic understanding of how to use Earth Nullschool is a great idea! It allows everyone to look at climate patterns and abrupt climate change objectively by working with the data directly!!

    Intro Music: NASA Futurecop :-).

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    Earth Science regents review episode 01: Weather part 1

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    Introduction to Earthquakes

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    This HD dramatic video choreographed to powerful music introduces the viewer/student to earthquakes and tsunamis. It is designed as a motivational trailer to be shown in classrooms by Earth Science and Physical Science teachers in middle school, high school and college as a visual Introduction to the power of Earth's tectonic crust.

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    Flat Earth Experiments Introduction

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    Can we determine the shape of our world in our own back yard, with tools, observations, and measurements we make ourselves?

    Share your results!
    Thanks to Cara Diann for creating the message boards.

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 13. Global Circulation Patterns

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 13. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Global Circulation Patterns --
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    Instructor: Julie Ferguson, Ph.D.

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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded October 28, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    Earth Science Chapter 1 Lecture

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    Chapter 3 Lecture from The Good Earth, Introduction to Earth Science written by David McConnell and David Steer, published by McGraw Hill.

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    Geology 1

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    Introductory lecture to Physical Geology.

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    Introduction to Astronomy: Crash Course Astronomy #1

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    Welcome to the first episode of Crash Course Astronomy. Your host for this intergalactic adventure is the Bad Astronomer himself, Phil Plait. We begin with answering a question: What is astronomy?

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    Who Studies Astronomy? 3:50
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    Four Spheres Part 2 : Crash Course Kids #6.2

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    The second part of our two part tale of the puzzle that is Earth. In this episode, Sabrina talks about the Hydrosphere and the Atmosphere and what is contained in each one. Let's dive in!!!

    This first series is based on 5th grade science. We're super excited and hope you enjoy Crash Course Kids!

    ///Standards Used in This Video///
    5-ESS2-1. Develop a model using an example to describe ways the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and/or atmosphere interact. [Clarification Statement: Examples could include the influence of the ocean on ecosystems, landform shape, and climate; the influence of the atmosphere on landforms and ecosystems through weather and climate; and the influence of mountain ranges on winds and clouds in the atmosphere. The geosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and biosphere are each a system.] [Assessment Boundary: Assessment is limited to the interactions of two systems at a time.]

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    Writer: Ben Kessler
    Consultant: Shelby Alinsky
    Script Editor: Blake de Pastino

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    Introduction to astronomy part 1.flv

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    this is an introduction to astronomy.. in this lecture you learn basic information about astronomy such as distances used in astronomy, you have a journy in the universe out of earth to see the morphology of the universe. also you are introduced to angular distances and some basic terminology about the coordinates of the sky. you also learn what can you see in the sky and get introduced to cosmology.

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 15. Freshwater, Part II.

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    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 15. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Fresh Water -- Part 2
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded November 1, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    Geology

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    003 - Geology

    In this video Paul Andersen explains how rock is formed and changed on the planet. The video begins with a brief description of rocks, minerals, and the rock cycle. Plate tectonics is used to describe structure near plate boundaries. Hot spots and natural hazards (like volcanos, earthquake, and tsunamis) are included.

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    “Earth.” Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, August 23, 2015.
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    Karta24. Français : Trois Différents Types de Faille, January 20, 2008. earthquake.usgs.gov.
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    Geology and NephilimFree, Part 1

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    A completely revamped opening episode to my most popular series, Geology and NephilimFree. I've added a new introduction, new annotations, and an exciting new conclusion to this excursion into the mind of creationism's Excitable Boy.

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    Ian Scoones - Sustainable Livelihoods Approaches - Intro Part 1

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    Ian Scoones (IDS) gives the 1st part of his introduction to the development of Sustainable Livelihoods Approaches (SLA)at the IDS Livelihoods Network's SLA seminar 13th October

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    Structural Geology - Lesson 1 - Part 1 of 4

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    This is part one of lesson one - an introduction to structural geology; terminology, basic primary and secondary structures of sedimentary, igneous and impact origin.

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    Lesson 1: Introduction to Geology

    21:53

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    BBC Volcano Live 1 of 4 An Introduction to our Active World

    59:32

    BBC Volcano Live 1 of 4 An Introduction to our Active World - Kate Humble and Iain Stewart broadcast live from the edge of Kīlauea's summit crater on Hawaii. Kate travels to Iceland to visit the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, which disrupted air travel throughout Europe in 2010. Ed Byrne goes to the University of Bristol to learn the different ways in which volcanoes erupt and Geologist Lorraine Field's footage of a lava lake from the Democratic Republic of the Congo is shown.

    Uploaded for educational purposes, all material belongs to the BBC

    No copyright intended

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    Earth Layers Isostasy

    6:35

    Review of Earth's layers -- their names and basic properties -- and how the Earth's crust and lithosphere rise and fall isostatically as weight is added or removed. Designed for an introductory-level earth science course. To access version with CC and scripts:

    Part of a 7-part Plate Tectonics video series:
    Part 1: Earth Layers & Isostasy
    Part 2: Plate Tectonics Basics
    Part 3: Plate Tectonics Global Impacts
    Part 4: Plate Tectonics and California Geology
    Part 5: Hotspots
    Part 6: Paleomagnetism
    Part 7: Hydrothermal Vents

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    The Moon for Kids 1/3 - Sanger Academy

    4:08

    Introduction to the Moon for kids. The Moon orbits the Earth; lunar phases; and lunar and solar eclipses. First in a series of three videos.

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    The Science of Soil Health: Finale, Part 1

    4:33

    NRCS' 'The Science of Soil Health'

    Bringing the science of soil health home: Mini-series to cap filmmaker’s lessons learned

    In the introduction to the final segments of NRCS’ “The Science of Soil Health” video series, filmmaker and researcher Buz Kloot revisits his multi-year, multi-interview, country-wide soil health trek and asks Dr. Ray Weil to characterize the forces behind the growing soil health movement.

    Watch the introduction to the concluding, five-part mini-series (2:50).

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    Healthy Soils part 1: Soil Science for Sustainable Landscapes

    46:43

    Landscape professionals get an easy introduction to soil science concepts for sustainable landscapes. Learn more at

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    Earth System Science 1: Intro to ESS. Lecture 12. Winds and Extreme Weather

    48:24

    UCI ESS 1: Introduction to Earth System Science (Fall 2013)
    Lec 12. Introduction to Earth System Science -- Winds and Extreme Weather --
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    Instructor: Julie Ferguson, Ph.D.

    License: Creative Commons CC-BY-SA
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    Description: Earth System Science covers the following topics: the origin and evolution of the Earth, atmosphere, oceans, perspective of biogeochemical cycles, energy use, and human impacts on the Earth system.

    Recorded October 25, 2013.

    Required attribution: Ferguson, Julie. Introduction to Earth System Science 1 (UCI OpenCourseWare: University of California, Irvine), [Access date]. License: Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 United States License. (

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    earth sciences part 1

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    What is Earth Science? Look around you! The computer you are using, the building you are in, the weather outside, the air you are breathing, the transportation you took today, the food you ate this morning - they are all connected to EARTH SCIENCE
    That's because Earth science is the study of the Earth and all its materials. It aims to understand our planet's many different systems, what it produces and reworks, and how humans are connected to its natural cycles and resources.

    Earth scientists are the people who do all of this and more! They work to solve the puzzles of the planet - they are detectives of the world and our connection to it.

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    Introduction to Environmental Science | EVS

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    In this online video lecture on Introduction to Environmental Science we will learn about Environmental Science /EVS
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    Introduction - Footprints of the Ice Age: part 1 of 14

    7:56

    This documentary describes effects of the last ice age - the Laurentide - on Upstate New York. This segment is an overview of Upstate's geological and ecological history. It includes a fossil-hunting expedition to Quarry Farm by a paleobiology class at Elmira College. Quarry farm is the famous American humorist Mark Twain's 19th century summer home near Elmira, NY.
    Excerpted from the television documentary Footprints of the Ice Age: The Laurentide Ice Sheet in Upstate New York produced and narrated by Michael S. Ameigh. This program premiered on WCNY-PBS Syracuse, NY April 19, 2009.

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