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### Residence time for another planet [closed]

This is a question about residence time for another planet with the following information below: When we arrive on the second habitable planet, we discover that it is also exactly like Earth, except ...
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### Categories for supervised classification, wildlife analysis

I am using GIS to undertake a small research on the loss of natural habitat in north England. I will be using Supervised Classification where I train the system on a few examples, e.g. shallow water ...
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### Has there been loss of natural habitat in north England?

Has there been loss of natural habitat in north England or Britain in general over the past years? If there was, what is the loss in percentage? A reference would be highly appreciated
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### Do reverse faults tilt the underlying layers of rocks to form an angular unconformity?

I came across this question while studying in my text book: What does the existence of strata containing a reverse fault and above them parallel strata refer to? I thought that referred to an angular ...
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### How to calculate the infiltration rate? [closed]

This is Exercise 4.8.1 in Introduction to Physical Hydrology by Martin Hendriks. The water level above flat terrain during an experiment with double ring infiltrometer is 20 mm. The saturated ...
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### The sun rises up at 7:30 in 25°E, What time will the sun rise up in 15°E?

I've a question about time calculating. The sun rises up at 7:30 in 25°E, What time will the sun rise up in 15°E? What I've tried $$25° - 15° = 10°$$ By the way 10° . 4 = 40 \space \text {...
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### How to draw a strike and dip on a geologic map?

I know that Strike and dip refer to the orientation or attitude of a geologic feature. The strike line of a bed, fault, or other planar feature, is a line representing the intersection of that feature ...
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### How does one analyze this graph on atmospheric C02 data obtained from the Mauna Loa observatory?

Graph I am analyzing: What I am trying to figure out from the graph is: What is the range for CO2 over the record (approximation) What are the major forcings for the overall trend in this record ...