Psixologiya Alfred Vegener

Pangaea (“all land”) What proof did Wegener have to support his theory?Pangaea (“all land”) What proof did Wegener have to support his theory?
This theory of Plate Tectonics was first introduced by German scientist, Alfred Wegener in 1915. Alfred Vegener
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Inventors and Scientists: Alfred Wegener and Harry HessInventors and Scientists: Alfred Wegener and Harry Hess
But, geologists rejected his ideas at first. Wegener had no explanation for what forces could move them. Almost 50 years later, Harry Hess confirmed Wegener’s ideas by using the evidence of seafloor spreading to explain what moved the. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred Wegener’s New IdeaAlfred Wegener’s New Idea
Part of science is the pursuit of truth. Scientists want to understand what makes up our world and how it works. Sometimes, this involves leaving behind old, comfortable ideas and embracing unusual new ones. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred WegenerAlfred Wegener
Lew in hot air balloons. When Wegener was 30 he collected his meteorology lectures into a book, The Thermodynamics of the Atmosphere. That book soon became a standard text throughout Germany. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred Wegener History of GeologyAlfred Wegener History of Geology
University of Graz in Austria in 1924. Wegener's most noteable scientific contribution was a unified theory for the origin of continents. Alfred Vegener
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Lecture 4: Continental Drift TerminologyLecture 4: Continental Drift Terminology
Terminology: theory, plate tectonics, wrinkled apple, Alfred Wegener, Pangaea, Gondwana, Central Pangaean Mountain Belt, fossil distribution, Arthur Holmes, convection current hypothesis. Alfred Vegener
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Objectives- describe continental drift and the evidence for it; explain why continental drift was rejectedObjectives- describe continental drift and the evidence for it; explain why continental drift was rejected
In 1910, a German scientist named Alfred Wegener proposed a theory called continental drift. The theory says that all the landmasses were once together forming a giant continent called Pangaea and have slowly drifted to their current. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred WegenerAlfred Wegener
High school in Berlin. Then he went to many universities in Germany. In 1905, he earned a Ph. D. in astronomy from the University of Berlin. Wegener also became interested in meteorology and geology. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred Wegener (1880-1930)Alfred Wegener (1880-1930)
Further, we have to be prepared always for the possibility that each new discovery, no matter what science furnishes it, may modify the conclusions we draw. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred WegenerAlfred Wegener
The concept of continental drift first came to me as far back as 1910, when considering the map of the world, under the direct impression produced by the congruence of the coastlines on either side of the Atlantic. Alfred Vegener
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Alfred WegenerAlfred Wegener
Alfred became interested in the island of Greenland, where exciting new studies of geophysics were being made. He became determined to visit Greenland someday. Alfred Vegener
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Continental Drift: theory proposed by Alfred Wegener in 1912 that says the continents once all fit together but then split and drifted apartContinental Drift: theory proposed by Alfred Wegener in 1912 that says the continents once all fit together but then split and drifted apart
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