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ATOC 1060 Our Changing Environment Exam 1 Study Guide

Quizlet with terms from ATOC 1060 including anomally, radiative forcing, albedo, obliquity, precession, eccentricity, el Nino, la Nina, perihelion, aphelion, atmosphere, Troposphere, tropopause, stratosphere, flow of radiation, net forcing, solar changes, Kepler's law of planetary motion, plate tectonics, Ocean circulation, volcanoes, feedback loop, climate system, sea level, thermal expansion, Greenland ice sheet, antarctic ice sheet, glacial isostatic adjustment, permafrost and sea ice

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