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Mathematical Morphology II: Filtering

Mathematical Morphology II: Filtering

GEONET VI. June 10-17 2007. Mathematical Morphology II: Filtering. Adjunction opening and closing Opening by connected reconstruction Morphological filtering Leveling Case of the numerical functions. Jean Serra, ESIEE. GEONET VI. June 10-17 2007.

By bernad
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Who wants to be a scientist?

Who wants to be a scientist?

Who wants to be a scientist?. <insert school name> Celebrating Science Year 2001-2002. Who wants to be a scientist?. Do you?. Rules. Each member of the team answers one question Each member of the team will receive a prize after every correctly answered question

By MartaAdara
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Ecological Restoration

Ecological Restoration

Ecological Restoration. Burning South Prairie at Green Oaks - 2003. A (Very) Brief History of Ecological Restoration. Aldo Leopold planting at the Shack - 1936. CCC crewman planting Curtis Prairie - 1936. CCC crew watering Curtis Prairie – late 1930’s. University of Wisconsin Arboretum.

By Olivia
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Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5

Sediments and Sedimentary Rocks Chapter 5. Concepts you will need to know for the exams. Weathering Erosion Transportation Sorting Angularity Sedimentary environments, Cross-bedding (sedimentary structures) Bioturbation, bedding sequences, diagenesis

By jacob
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Extra-Terrestrial Geography

Extra-Terrestrial Geography

Extra-Terrestrial Geography . Exploring examples of physical geography on planets other than Earth. Intended as a motivational tool for delivering the nature of physical processes (including fluvial and volcanic) that occur on the surface of the Earth. . Mr. Nathan Morland .

By MikeCarlo
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Weathering & Erosion Foldable

Weathering & Erosion Foldable

Weathering & Erosion Foldable. No notebooks on quiz, but you will be able to use this foldable 6-Door Foldable Take 3 pieces of paper Offset them 2 inches “hotdog” style Fold over to create six “doors”. Weathering. Define “weathering” Actions: particles created by weathering are

By Thomas
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LESSON AIM To understand why coastlines are different across the whole world

LESSON AIM To understand why coastlines are different across the whole world

LESSON AIM To understand why coastlines are different across the whole world. Coasts are different because of. EROSION Coastal Erosion is the wearing away of the land by the sea. Different types of rocks wear away at different speeds and in different ways. Types of erosion.

By Pat_Xavi
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The National Geographic ’ s Center for Sustainable Destinations

The National Geographic ’ s Center for Sustainable Destinations

The National Geographic ’ s Center for Sustainable Destinations. CSD Mission: To protect and enhance the world ’ s distinctive places through wisely managed tourism and enlightened destination stewardship. Core concept for achieving the mission: geotourism. GEOTOURISM:

By libitha
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Mountain Building

Mountain Building

Mountain Building. The study of erosion and its effects on mountains Bridget Kelly, Maura Shanahan, Samantha Sippel. What is Erosion?. Erosion is the process by which sediment is removed from its place of origin. Sediment can be removed by running water, winds or glaciers

By adamdaniel
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Agents of Erosion Notes

Agents of Erosion Notes

Agents of Erosion Notes. Erosion Caused by… Running Water. Erosion is… The process by which soil & sediment are transported from one location to another. The running water of the Colorado River cut down into the rock and formed the Grand Canyon over millions of years.

By tovah
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Rocks

Rocks

Rocks. They are made in a variety of ways, but …. … most of them start out in the mantle. And this is how they get out. Igneous rocks are formed when lava or magma cools down and solidifies. If the lava or magma cools QUICKLY it has SMALL crystals.

By parry
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1 cm diameter tungsten target

1 cm diameter tungsten target

Goran Skoro University of Sheffield. 1 cm diameter tungsten target. Potential problems with the high temperature, 1cm diameter, tungsten target(s) Shock: it seems to be too high for 4MW beam power (50 Hz) ; unexplored territory. Cooling: peak temperature rise

By megan
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EARTH SCIENCE CHAPTER 7

EARTH SCIENCE CHAPTER 7

EARTH SCIENCE CHAPTER 7. WEATHERING EROSION SOIL FORMATION. Appalachians Today. Appalachians 400 mya. 7.1 Weathering. What is it? 2 types. Cleopatra's Needle. before. after. Mechanical (physical)—rocks are broken down into smaller pieces Gravity— Temperature— Ex: frost wedging

By indivar
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Topic 4 Weathering, Erosion , & Deposition DR. FULE RA.

Topic 4 Weathering, Erosion , & Deposition DR. FULE RA.

Topic 4 Weathering, Erosion , & Deposition DR. FULE RA. Erosion. Erosion is the removal of rock particles from a location. Caused by water, wind, ice, or gravity. DISCUSS with your table:. What is the connection between weathering and erosion?? Why did we learn weathering first??

By garren
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Environmental Impact of Weathering and Erosion

Environmental Impact of Weathering and Erosion

Environmental Impact of Weathering and Erosion. Coastal Erosion. Watch this news report: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-15544060. Now watch this clip which helps to explain coastal erosion: http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningzone/clips/coastlines-coastal-erosion/8439.html.

By brit
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Weathering , Erosion, Deposition

Weathering , Erosion, Deposition

Weathering , Erosion, Deposition. Vegetation holds soil in place. If natural disasters loosen the vegetation, erosion takes place and the soil can easily become displaced (deposition).

By tovah
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Class Agenda: 2 Truths, 1 Lie Game Erosion questions Lab Questions Vocab match homework

Class Agenda: 2 Truths, 1 Lie Game Erosion questions Lab Questions Vocab match homework

Class Agenda: 2 Truths, 1 Lie Game Erosion questions Lab Questions Vocab match homework Review Game. Reading Answer Questions in your Notebook. There will be a Notebook Check Tomorrow What is rainwater that flows over the Earth's Surface called? Name 3 factors that affect runoff?

By moshe
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Chapter 7: WEATHERING AND EROSION

Chapter 7: WEATHERING AND EROSION

Chapter 7: WEATHERING AND EROSION. Objectives. Describe the two major kinds of rock weathering. Identify three end products of weathering. Explain the difference between weathering, erosion, and mass wasting. Describe how ice, water, and air transport regolith across Earth’s surface.

By joanne
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What is EROSION?

What is EROSION?

What is EROSION?. I. Erosion . A . Erosion is a process that moves weathered rock and soil from one place to another. B. Gravity, Water, Glaciers, Waves, and Wind can all cause erosion. C. Weathering produces sediment, but erosion moves it.

By kolton
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Stress Management for Healthcare Providers and Humanitarian Workers Aiding Tsunami Relief Efforts

Stress Management for Healthcare Providers and Humanitarian Workers Aiding Tsunami Relief Efforts

Stress Management for Healthcare Providers and Humanitarian Workers Aiding Tsunami Relief Efforts. Richard W. Klomp, MOB, MS, LPC Disaster Mental Health and Terrorism Team CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control CAPT Merritt Schreiber, Ph.D.

By dutch
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