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1 The Great Ocean Conveyor: Thermohaline Circulation Spring 2012, Lecture 11.

the Mediterranean Sea This accounts for the observed 18‰ salinity 10 Mediterranean Sea Evaporation greatly exceeds precipitation and river runoff in the Mediterranean In the eastern half, evaporation is / 14 kilometers wide 11 Red Sea The Red Sea is an inlet of the Indian Ocean, and is one of the most saline bodies of water in the world/collapses in none of them 26 Climate Research Unit Conclusion “The majority of climate scientist believe that a critical change in the THC is unlikely to occur during this /


Great Black Americans in honor of Black American History Month Second Grade Social Studies.

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1 NATIONAL CENTRE FOR CATALYSIS RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MADRAS SUPPORTED BY DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY.

–Any other data base that may be necessary. 36 PROGRAMME FOR VISITING SCIENTISTS AND USING THE FACILITY  The Centre once established and nurtured it has great potential for exploitation by many other users from Academic organizations, national laboratories as/already.  To run the national level The Catalysis Society of India, whose headquarters is the Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras.  To run the national journal Bulletin of the Catalysis Society of India both in electronic/


By: Adrianna Williams. The Great Awakening Religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s. Preached ideas that went against Puritan beliefs and teachings.

God. This movement revitalized American religion by adding emotion. The Abolitionist Movement began in response to the Great Awakening. Benjamin Franklin Inventor, Scientist, Founding Father 1706 – 1790 Published Poor Richard’s Almanac; sayings in his book helped shape the/ Americans to join the Patriot cause. George Washington *Virginian *surveyor, planter *a soldier in the French and Indian War *a delegate to the First and Second Continental Congresses *commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the/


Racial, Social and Gender Hierarchies: The Effects of the Great Depression on American Society with Concentration on Minorities and the NIRA Emanuel Estrada.

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Mesoamerica Section 1-1 The Migration to America  Objectives:  1. Explain why scientists believe that the earliest Americans migrated from Asia. 

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“Isn’t she great?” Rhetorical question

– April 19, 1914) was an American polymath, born in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Although educated as a chemist and employed as a scientist for 30 years, he is now mostly seen as a philosopher. He is the greatest American builder of architectonic systems, and his /a career U.S. Army officer and one of the great generals in the American Civil War. His actions proved decisive for the Union. He also prosecuted the latter years of the Indian Wars of the Great Plains. Both as a soldier and private citizen he was/


Cradle of Civilization

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“ It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice!” Barrie McDermott – Leeds and Great BritainBarrie McDermott – Leeds and Great Britain.

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Southwest Indian Tribes Native Americans x Lived in very dry climate Few animals so they farmed Lived in adobe houses Anasazi Hopi, Pueblo, Navajo, Plains.

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Ancient India. Geography of the Indian Subcontinent Why was the Indus Valley a good place for a civilization to thrive? Mountains and Deserts-these provide.

language. We cannot yet decipher it. The language consists of about 400 symbols. Scientists believe the symbols are used to depict objects and a phonetic sound. Culture-/ the empire greatly over a 40 year period. Gupta Empire 320 A.D. until 535 A.D. Culture During this time Northern India experienced great periods of / organic development that reaches back to the earliest experience of human settlement on the Indian subcontinent. Hindu practices and beliefs differ from region to region and often from village/


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Detecting Einstein’s Elusive Waves Opening a New Window to the Universe LIGO-India: An Indo-US joint mega-project concept proposal IndIGO Consortium (Indian.

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Patterns of Long-Distance Trade Silk roads Sea lanes of Indian Ocean basin Trans-Saharan caravan routes Development of trading cities, emporia Nomadic.

Biblical texts, builds Churches Cultural Exchanges Songs and Stories – troubadours European scientists consulted with Muslim and Jewish counterparts on understanding of natural world The /of the Renaissance“ – Believed in universal reconciliation In Russia, Ivan III (the Great), declares Russia free of Mongol rule by refusing to pay tribute. Exploration and /1497 - 1499 Christopher Columbus Search for western sea route to Indian Ocean Portuguese consider his proposal impractical, reject it Fernando and Isabel/


India’s Great Civilization 1500 B.C.E. - 500 C.E..

Great Civilization 1500 B.C.E. - 500 C.E. Origins of Hindu India ● The Aryans: o During the 1500s B.C.E., an Indo-European group of people known as the Aryans invaded the Indian subcontinent and conquered the civilizations of the Indus River Valley.  To invade the Indian/, and scientists to develop academic ideas and increase education throughout the empire.  The most famous literary achievement was the Panchatantra, a collection of Indian folk tales that provided moral lessons to Indian children. /


Patterns of Long-Distance Trade Silk roads Sea lanes of Indian Ocean basin Trans-Saharan caravan routes Development of trading cities, emporia Nomadic.

Biblical texts, builds Churches Cultural Exchanges Songs and Stories – troubadours European scientists consulted with Muslim and Jewish counterparts on understanding of natural world The /of the Renaissance“ – Believed in universal reconciliation In Russia, Ivan III (the Great), declares Russia free of Mongol rule by refusing to pay tribute. Exploration and /1497 - 1499 Christopher Columbus Search for western sea route to Indian Ocean Portuguese consider his proposal impractical, reject it Fernando and Isabel/


Classical Civilization: India

. IV) Religion and Culture Classical India also produced important work in science and mathematics. The Gupta-supported university at Nalanda taught religion, medicine, and architecture, as well as other disciplines. Indian scientists, borrowing ideas from Greek learning provided by Alexander the Great, made important discoveries. Still more important were the mathematical advancements, including the concept of zero, “Arabic” numerals, and the decimal system/


NATIVE AMERICANS. Native American Values and Beliefs  American Indians saw no difference between man and his animal brothers and sisters long before.

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Physical Science Do Now 8/19/10 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

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Americans focused on materialism – tired of sacrifice The Gilded Age – Mark Twain “The Great Barbeque” – everyone rushing to gobble up the national inheritance.

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Physical Science Do Now 1/13/11 1. Sharpen pencil and sit in assigned seat 2. Write down 3 things that students do to make a class great and three things.

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Indias First Empire By: Sydney. MAIN IDEA#1 #1 The Mauryan dynasty built Indias first great empire. Chandragupta Maurya was and Indian prince who conquered.

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ANCIENT INDIA Section 5: Indian Achievements. BIG IDEA The people of ancient India made great contributions to the arts and sciences.

. http://www.historyforkids.org/l earn/india/history/gupta.htm SECTION 5: INDIAN ACHIEVEMENTS. http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/india/ MAIN IDEA Indian artists created great works of religious art. RELIGIOUS ART Both the Mauryan and Guptan empires unified India and created a stable environment where artists, writers, scholars, and scientists could thrive. http://www.docstoc.com/docs/114857062/Chandragupta-321-BCE-298-BCE/


Westward Expansion Section 1 of 2. The Great Plains Native Americans disrupted expansionist dreams of white settlers in the east for decades During the.

free around the Great Plains Geographically, the Great Plains stretch from North Dakota to Eastern New Mexico This Presentation is Available Online at: www.livingamericanhistory.blogspot.com The Great Plains...Cont’d. Scientists believe the plains /This Presentation is Available Online at: www.livingamericanhistory.blogspot.com The “Great American Desert” Americans first thought the Great Plains were better off with the Indians Agriculturally, Americans thought the land was worth little When gold was /


The Great Awakening Religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s. Preached ideas that went against Puritan beliefs and teachings. JONATHAN EDWARDS – one of.

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THE HISTORY OF ILLINOIS PREHISTORIC INDIANS. THE MOUND BUILDERS WHO WERE FIRST PEOPLE TO LIVE IN ILLINOIS? SCIENTISTS BELIEVE THAT THE FIRST PEOPLE LIVED.

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Rajesh Kochhar President IAU Commission 41: History of Astronomy Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Mohali Colloquium.

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T V VENKATESWARAN Scientist ‘E’

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Threatened Birds of Central India by Girish Jathar Scientist-In-Charge ENVIS-Center Bombay Natural History Society.

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Chapter 3: Regional Civilizations, AD

Asia. Prosperity led to urbanization. The great cities of the Empire, especially Baghdad and Cairo, were some of the largest and most beautiful population centers in the world. Wealthy merchants patronized artists, scientists and philosophers. I. Islamic Empires: /and religion, much of Southeast Asian architecture is influenced by either Indian or Chinese styles. The great temple complex at Angkor Wat in Cambodia is a combination of Indian forms with local inspirations. Vietnamese rice paddy Angkor Wat III. /


CHAPTER 33 - THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE NEW DEAL

Earth, about a simple Chinese farmer which earned her the Nobel Prize for literature in 1938. Question 15 Prominent female social scientists of the 1930s, like Ruth Benedict and Margaret Mead, brought widespread contributions to the field of a. economics. b. / creating further misery. Caused by soil erosion, over cultivation on marginal Great Plains farm land, and a severe drought DUST BOWLS AND BLACK BLIZZARDS Commissioner of Indian Affairs was headed by John Collier who sought to reverse the forced-/


1 The Great Global Convergence 1400 – 1800 C.E. Big Era Six.

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Significant Individuals of the Revolution. King George III King of England (Great Britain) during the American Revolution Tightened control over the American.

) Seen by colonists as a tyrant: a ruler who exercises absolute power oppressively or brutally King of England (Great Britain) during the American Revolution Tightened control over the American Colonies and they resisted (Salutary Neglect) Seen by / would gain liberty for America Benjamin Franklin World renowned scientist/inventor Assisted in writing the Declaration of Independence Served as the American Diplomat to France during the French and Indian War Helped negotiate Treaty of Paris, 1763 Proposed the/


Big Era Six: The Great Global Convergence, 1400-1800 CE.

bring about change. European Renaissance Arab, Persian, Greek, Indian, Chinese knowledge Arab, Persian, Greek, Indian, Chinese knowledge Crusades, Marco Polo Crusades, Marco Polo Art/ 50 million in 1500, 10 million In 1600 10 million In 1600 The Great Dying 1492-1850 1492-1850 Caribbean, Mexico, Central America, Andes, North America / became common. Rich illustrations stimulated interest in literacy and learning. Scientists shared detailed diagrams to replicate experiments and instruments. Sharp, accurate /


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9/15/2015 American Indians USI.3. 2 Lesson 1 Archaeologists.

Indians USI.3 2 Lesson 1 Archaeologists 3 SOL USI.3a: Describing how archaeologists have recovered material evidence of ancient settlements including Cactus Hill 4 Essential Question 5 What do I Need to Know? 6 Archaeologists study human behavior and culture through the recovery and analysis of artifacts. 7 Scientists/ Wore plants, animal skin, natural fibers, etc. 33 Sioux/Lakota Interior of the United States (Great Plains) Dry grasslands Lived in tepees 34 The plains area was hotter than 100 ° in the /


Essential Knowledge Questions 2009-2010. Essential Knowledge 1.Name the 3 types of scientists who study human origins. 2.What are artifacts? 3.Name 2.

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The First Americans. Themes Origins of Native Americans in Western Hemisphere Diversity of lifestyle Changing nature of Indian societies before European.

lacked a way to travel to the Western Hemisphere due to the Continental drift of landmass Before the drift, scientists believe that all continents were connected, Pangae. The First Humans The first human beings appeared in Africa called/ hooks Used grinding stones to eat seeds They did not establish permanent villages Different types of Archaic Indians: Great Plains hunters, Great Basin Indians Pacific Coast California peoples remained hunters and gatherers for even hundreds of years after 1492 The Archaic /


SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION & THE ENLIGHTENMENT. BACKGROUND to the REVOLUTION Medieval scientists were known as “natural philosophers” Meaning they did not.

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Bellwork Write down anything you know about the following: – Alexander the Great – Macedonia – Darius III – Philip II – Alexandria Be prepared to discuss.

After Alexander’s death, a vibrant new culture emerged. Greek culture blended with the conquered Egyptian, Persian, and Indian influences. This blending became known as Hellenistic culture. During the Hellenistic period, the dynasties began to speak a similar/by Arabic invaders. Archimedes Arguably the greatest scientist of the era, Archimedes revolutionized mathematics, the sciences, and engineering in Alexandria. He made extreme advances in physics and was a great inventor. Pi Archimedes first created the /


The Great Awakening Religious movement in the 1730s and 1740s. Preached ideas that went against Puritan beliefs and teachings. JONATHAN EDWARDS – one of.

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1 The Great Global Convergence 1400 – 1800 C.E. Big Era Six.

sped up the dynamic of world change. Slide 13 14 The Great Dying The Great Dying was caused by smallpox and other disease germs carried by / to the Americas changed indigenous groups ’ ways of life. Plains Indian hunting buffalo 1800s Population & Environment 20 mining boiling sugar Deforestation intensified/citation systems became common. Rich illustrations stimulated interest in literacy and learning. Scientists shared detailed diagrams to replicate experiments and instruments. Sharp, accurate engraved /


The Indian Economy  An Overview and Analysis. Class Exercise: What else could have happened? What else can happen?  Counterfactuals  Where would India’s.

roles) can be dissolved through moral persuasion  Decentralized, independent development The Indian Economy Arguments & Ideas of Intellectuals Pressures & Claims of Democratic Politics Influences /reforms given to states  Low levels of productivity  Great inequalities of social order largely preserved Bureaucracy to push developmental/s labor force! Urbanization  Human capital English-speaking skilled workers: scientists, trained IT specialists, technicians and engineers  Rising integration into global /


1 The Great Global Convergence 1400 – 1800 C.E. Big Era Six.

sped up the dynamic of world change. Slide 13 14 The Great Dying The Great Dying was caused by smallpox and other disease germs carried by / to the Americas changed indigenous groups ’ ways of life. Plains Indian hunting buffalo 1800s Population & Environment 20 mining boiling sugar Deforestation intensified/citation systems became common. Rich illustrations stimulated interest in literacy and learning. Scientists shared detailed diagrams to replicate experiments and instruments. Sharp, accurate engraved /


You Will Be Assimilated!. Education and / as Assimilation Carlisle Indian School.

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FRENCH AND INDIAN WAR- REVIEW. ADMIT SLIP 9/15 For what reasons do wars typically start?

happy with this? What was one effect of the French and Indian War? CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION ECONOMIC CAUSES Great Britain was heavily in debt due to the French and Indian War. Great Britain also needed money to maintain a military force in the / CAUSES Enlightenment The scientific revolution brought about a new way of thinking to describe why things happened in the universe Scientists used reason, which was later used to discover natural laws, or laws that govern human behavior This use of reason/


University of North Carolina Chapel Hill MHCH/PUBH Understanding and Addressing Health Disparities in the US “Raising Awareness of American Indian/Alaska.

Indian/Alaska Native Health Issues” Dean S. Seneca, MPH, MCURP Health Scientist Policy, Tribal Portfolio Portfolio Management Program Office of the Chief of Public Health Practice Centers for Disease Control and Prevention American Indian/Alaska Native Health Disparities  The American Indian/Child Common Values Among Natives Common Beliefs Related to Spirituality  A belief in an unseen power, Great Mystery or Creator  All things in the universe are related  Worship reinforces bonds between the individual/


Strategy and status of potato breeding program and variety release protocol in India S K Luthra Principal Scientist.

potato breeding program and variety release protocol in India S K Luthra Principal Scientist Potato Belongs to the family Solanaceae The genus Solanum comprises 8 cultivated species/tolerant, therefore cultivated predominantly in the Indian plains; tolerant to degenerative viruses; due to physiological advantage can be stored in country stores during hot Indian summers Exotic varietiesSalient features Ally, Arran Counsal, Ben Cruachan, Craig’s Defiance, Dunbar Cavalier, Great Scot, Italian White Round, Late /


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