Re: Dynamic Planet B/C
Posted: July 6th, 2012, 8:36 am
Does anyone have any links to online textbooks/helpful websites for those collegiate stuff. Like not just the terms but the science and math that's involved.
Science Olympiad Student Center
I just got it online. I wouldn't really recommend it though... it's got differential equations in chapter 4(!)How about Eyjafjallajökull?If you think those are bad, wait till you see actual glacier names... (Iceland), Fedschenko , Siachen oh my! Then again, some are easy like Lambert.
I just got a college level glaciology textbook and am currently working my way through it. Amazing how much math is in there! I probably should have gone through a college level physical geology book first, but the only one I had only had one short chapter on glaciers which I read through in about one day.
Looking forward to this event!
Oh, and I just found out what randkluft is. Thanks, fullmetalmaple, for reminding me!
Isn't that a volcano?
What's the book you're using? I tried finding collegiate resources for this event; I know the University of Calgary has a fairly extensive glaciology program, but the site is hard to navigate.
And haha, no problem.
They hate us, so yes...Are there going to be topo maps in glaciers?
LOLThey hate us, so yes...Are there going to be topo maps in glaciers?