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Goverdhan Mehta, President International Council for Science (ICSU) and Indian Institute of Science, India

Goverdhan Mehta, President International Council for Science (ICSU) and Indian Institute of Science, India

ICSU Science &Technology for a Better World: Role of Science Revisited Retuning the role of science Goverdhan Mehta, President International Council for Science (ICSU) and Indian Institute of Science, India Structure of the presentation The ‘unfettered’ march of science

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Ice Ages

Ice Ages

Ice Ages. Pleistocene 3 M.y. Permian 250-220 M.y. Ordovician 450 M.y. Precambrian 900-650 M.y. (Snowball Earth) 2300 M.y . . Take-Away Points. The recent period of ice advances since 2.5 million years ago is called the Pleistocene

By Faraday
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Biodiversity and Evolution

Biodiversity and Evolution

Biodiversity and Evolution. Chapter 4. Core Case Study: Why Should We Care about the American Alligator?. Largest reptile in North America 1930s: Hunters and poachers Importance of gator holes and nesting mounds 1967: endangered species 1977: comeback, threatened species.

By sandra_john
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Emergency/Disaster Planning For The Hospital Supply Chain

Emergency/Disaster Planning For The Hospital Supply Chain

Emergency/Disaster Planning For The Hospital Supply Chain. S. Scott Watkins Vice President, OMSolutions A Presentation To The California Association of Hospital Purchasing & Materials Managers October 24, 2007 Shell Beach, CA. Agenda. Introduction

By Jimmy
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Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms

Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms

Constructive & Destructive Forces on Landforms. 5-3.1. Two Types of Forces. Destructive Forces : processes that destroy landforms. 2 types: Slow (weathering) and Fast (Erosion) Ex. landslides, volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, floods

By steve
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Earthquakes

Earthquakes

Earthquakes. By Joe Murnane. Myths. Earthquakes. Myths. Mongolia, China A gigantic frog which carried the world on its back would twitch periodically, producing what we now call earthquakes. Myths. Hindus of India

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PAH-compounds in background air (PM10) and precipitation in Finland Mika Vestenius Air Chemistry Laboratory FMI

PAH-compounds in background air (PM10) and precipitation in Finland Mika Vestenius Air Chemistry Laboratory FMI

PAH-compounds in background air (PM10) and precipitation in Finland Mika Vestenius Air Chemistry Laboratory FMI. Talk outline. -Why do we measure PAH:s? -PAH-compounds -Sampling -Analysis -Measuring campaign -Results -Conclusions. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH-compounds)

By aaron
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Performance Assessments

Performance Assessments

Performance Assessments . Activity Goals. Recognize authentic assessment Use GRASPS to create a performance assessment that gets at deep understanding. Authentic Assessment. An evaluation that makes use of real life tasks (i.e. writing a letter, presenting a plan).

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The Eruption of Vesuvius

The Eruption of Vesuvius

The Eruption of Vesuvius. www.misterconnor.org. catastrophe. The eruption of Vesuvius started on the morning of 24 August 79 CE. Witnesses heard a loud bang and cracks emerged in the sides of the mountain. The top of Vesuvius then exploded, sending volcanic boulders into he air.

By hailey
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Features of Tweeks observed in Indian Low Latitudes

Features of Tweeks observed in Indian Low Latitudes

Features of Tweeks observed in Indian Low Latitudes. Rajesh Singh , B. Veenadhari, A.K. Maurya , P. Pant 1 , A.K. Singh 2 Indian Institute of Geomagnetism New Panvel, Navi Mumbai - 410218 India. 1 ARIES, Manora Peak, Nainital – 263129, India

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Chapter 17 Atmosphere

Chapter 17 Atmosphere

Chapter 17 Atmosphere. Page 365 What does the photograph show? How does the quality of the air in the photograph compare to that of your community today? How might the photograph be different if it was taken on the following day? What makes up the atmosphere?

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Climate change and cities in low- and middle-income nations; what constrains adaptation?

Climate change and cities in low- and middle-income nations; what constrains adaptation?

Climate change and cities in low- and middle-income nations; what constrains adaptation?. David Satterthwaite International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). Key points:. What we know about climate change Why action on adaptation is needed now Why a focus on urban areas

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SCIENCE OF OZONE LAYER DEPLETION 12 th - 13 th March, 2007 (JAIPUR)

SCIENCE OF OZONE LAYER DEPLETION 12 th - 13 th March, 2007 (JAIPUR)

SCIENCE OF OZONE LAYER DEPLETION 12 th - 13 th March, 2007 (JAIPUR). By Rashid Ayub (MIS Coordinator-PMU). WHAT IS OZONE ?. Ozone is a tri-atomic form of oxygen. Ozone is a gas that is naturally present in our atmosphere. Acts as an umbrella.

By holt
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11. Health Effects From Volcanic Eruptions

11. Health Effects From Volcanic Eruptions

11. Health Effects From Volcanic Eruptions. Kevin Friscia, Earth and Physical Sciences Department, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, Oregon, 97361 email: kfriscia05@wou.edu. ABSTRACT. Discussion of Case Studies. INTRODUCTION.

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Disasters: Tsunami

Disasters: Tsunami

Disasters: Tsunami. Amy, Arnult , Clare & Lauren. Introduction. Level (pitched to) Tsunami facts Japan (case studies) Malaysia (case studies) CFE outcomes Teaching task. Tsunami facts. A tsunami is a huge wave, usually caused by volcanic or earthquake activity under the ocean.

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Disturbances

Disturbances

Disturbances. Disturbances. an event that causes damages to an ecosystem; can involve the elimination of of organisms and modify the availability of resources. Variation in Type, Frequency, and Severity of Disturbances. Not All Disturbances are equal; depends on

By corin
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Ozone Depletion and Climate Change

Ozone Depletion and Climate Change

Ozone Depletion and Climate Change. Outline. Ozone Depletion Initiatives in responding to the ozone problem Negotiations Montreal Protocol, 1987. Climate Change Introduction Negotiating global response: Issues UNFCCC, 1992 Kyoto Protocol, 1997. Sum.

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Lecture 11

Lecture 11

Lecture 10. Lecture 11. Air & Noise Pollution. The Atmosphere. thin , gaseous envelope of air around Earth we live at the bottom of this sea of air. The atmosphere is divided into the:. Troposphere. atmosphere’s inner layer contains most of Earth’s air

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How Volcanic Activity Shapes Earth

How Volcanic Activity Shapes Earth

How Volcanic Activity Shapes Earth. Presentation created by Robert L. Martinez Primary Content Source: Geography Alive!. Like earthquakes, volcanoes can reshape the landscape with awesome force.

By mardi
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Climate Response to a very large volcanic eruption: An Earth System Model Approach

Climate Response to a very large volcanic eruption: An Earth System Model Approach

Climate Response to a very large volcanic eruption: An Earth System Model Approach. Claudia Timmreck and Super Volcano Project Group Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg IUGG, Perugia 13 July 2007. Why study super volcanic eruptions with an Earth System Model?.

By jadyn
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