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BML - Jesús Pineda: "Larval transport and dispersal in the nearshore: processes and breakthroughs for understanding population response to a changing ocean"

John & Mary Louise Riley Bodega Marine Laboratory Seminar Series: Jesús Pineda: "Larval transport and dispersal in the nearshore: processes and breakthroughs for understanding…

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BML - Dr. Alyssa Griffin: The role of coastal marine sediments in carbon cycling from local to global scales

John & Mary Louise Riley Bodega Marine Laboratory Seminar Series: Dr. Alyssa Griffin: "The role of coastal marine sediments in carbon cycling from local to global scales" About the…

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UFWH 2021 - Hollen Terry_Auburn University and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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mat133-2021-03-29-introduction

Introduction to the course. mat133-2021s-notes-2021-03-29.pdf Videos and all other materials are copyright 2021 Matthias Köppe and shared as Open Educational Resources subject to the Creative…

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #25; March 5, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers detection of covert channels. The class starts at 7:35 into the video.

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Lecture 15 - Soil Systems, Patterns, and Processes - ESM 120 (Winter 2021)

Soils are the excited skin of the Earth; they are geographically positioned as the interface between the atmosphere and the lithosphere, embodying 1800 Gt of carbon. Today, we are focusing on the…

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PHY 255 Lecture 12 (Second Part) Lecture 13 (First Part)

PHY 255 Lecture 12 (Second Part) Lecture 13 (First Part)

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PHY 255 Lecture 12

PHY 255 Lecture 12

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ECS 235B, Winter 2021; Lecture #13; February 3, 2021

Foundations of Computer and Information Security. This covers state-based availability models and some defenses against network flooding attacks. The class starts at 8:56 into the video.

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Idea of Writing Stages and Processes

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Reaction Coordinate Diagrams

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PLS100C (crop modeling I)

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Introduction to Central Dogma lecture

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ESM108_Discussion 1

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