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The Essential Guide to Planet Earth

  • How to Think Critically About Earth's Future.

    21 MAR. 2023 · This is the final episode. This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 7m 29s
  • Solutions for the Future

    16 MAR. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 21m 28s
  • Rise of Human Consumerism and Population Growth

    14 MAR. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 47m 25s
  • Otzi’s World or What Sustainably Looks Like.

    9 MAR. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 12m 36s
  • Earth’s Ecology: Food Webs and Populations.

    7 MAR. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 17m 23s
  • Soil: Living Dirt

    2 MAR. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 15m 58s
  • Earth’s Biomes and Communities

    28 FEB. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 41m 9s
  • Gregor Mendel’s Game of Cards: Heredity

    23 FEB. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 16m 18s
  • Darwin and the Struggle for Existence

    21 FEB. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 23m 2s
  • How did Life Originate?

    16 FEB. 2023 · This book was written with the support of a grant offered by Utah State University Libraries, Academic & Instructional Services, and the College of Science to support faculty and instructors at Utah State University Statewide Campuses to create Open Educational Resources to support their online courses in the United States of America. These grants are made to reduce barriers to student success as well as to encourage faculty and instructors to try new, high-quality, and lower-cost ways to deliver learning materials to students through Open Educational Resources. The majority of the first edition of the textbook was written between 2019 and 2020 with the intention that the textbook would be offered free of charge to all participants in GEO 1360 Planet Earth, an online course offered at Utah State University. This textbook is offered for any faculty, instructor, or teacher to adopt for their own courses they teach, and it is distributed under a Creative Commons License. If you notice any errors or mistakes, please contact the author. Benjamin J. Burger is a geologist who earned his masters of science degree in 1999 at Stony Brook University in New York and his Doctorate in 2009 at the University of Colorado in Boulder, and he spent five years working at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He has also worked as a professional geologist in the states of Utah, Colorado, and Wyoming. He joined the Utah State University faculty in 2011 and continues to teach and conduct research as an Associate Professor in the Department of Geoscience at the Uintah Basin – Vernal Campus of Utah State University located in northeastern corner of Utah. Many of his course lectures and educational content can be found on YouTube or on his website at www.benjamin-burger.org https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Planet_Earth Planet Earth. (2022, August 10). Wikibooks, The Free Textbook Project.
    Escuchado 41m 31s

Every moment of your life will be from the perspective of a single planet—Planet Earth. You were born here and you will die here. This textbook is a guide to...

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Every moment of your life will be from the perspective of a single planet—Planet Earth. You were born here and you will die here. This textbook is a guide to your home, to your place in the universe. By taking this course, you will learn about your home planet: how it works and how we know it works this way. This course is a user's manual for planet Earth, with direct recommendations for future generations, such as yourself, to maintain its health and natural wonders. As an astute student, you will be introduced to the theoretical principles of science and of how to defend yourself from the spread of ignorance. You will learn about Earth’s dimensions and motions, as well as how to navigate its surface. You will learn how energy originates from the closest star (the Sun), its Moon, and other sources of energy in the Earth’s active core and how this energy can be used and stored. You will learn basic scientific principles of matter, the makeup of substances that form the field of chemistry. You will examine the planet’s atmosphere, the air that you are breathing as you read this, and how that air is slowly changing. You will explore the vast abundance of Earth’s water, covering the planet in enormous oceans, abundant lakes, and rivers, as well as frozen water locked within snow and ice. You will learn how to predict wind and storms and how climates shift. You will lead your own exploration of the solid interior of the Earth, the composition of mountains, rocks, and dirt. You will learn about life, the most unique feature of the planet. You will explore theories of how life arose and how it has evolved and changed over time, learning that you are of Earth and the story of your own origin on this planet. You will undertake an examination of the great biomes of jungles, forests, and deserts and the life that exists within them. You will survey the important field of biology as you learn about life and its interactions with the planet. In the end, you will come to face the ominous future of your own planet, of the changes that are now occurring. Your planet is not the same as your ancestors, nor grandparents, nor your parents at your age—Earth today is quickly being altered, and you will need to adapt to this change. This course will teach you how to prepare for this change and how to protect the planet from further alteration to the point that it becomes lifeless. This class will be challenging, but with enough dedication and commitment, you will succeed in learning the material. You will cherish the knowledge presented in this class for the rest of your life.
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