Eero Saarinen´s Womb-chair and ottoman (1946), Alvar Aalto floor lamp model A810 (1959), Barbro Nilsson Snäckorna flatweave carpet for Ab MMF (1943), George Nakashima nightstand (1965), Paavo Tynell brass bowl for Taito Oy (1950s) and Tapio Wirkkala´s Nonstop candle holder (1970s). / Instagram
im thinking of doing the 100 days of productivity challenge but my exams are in less than a hundred days (about one and a half month away), so maybe i can do a slightly different version of it. i dont have the time to post pictures. im spending almost 6 hours hunched in front of the laptop because i cant find the correct value for this heat exchanger design im doing. i also have lab and other reports to send, and im really, really behind in my tutorials. also, two presentations are due in 2 weeks.
but i really want to be more active in the studyblr community, rather than just posting a lot of posts in 2 weeks then go mia for the next 2 months. so i post here, everyday, without pictures, just texts :)
This graphic depicts paths by which carbon has been exchanged between Martian interior, surface rocks, polar caps, waters and atmosphere, and also depicts a mechanism by which carbon is lost from the atmosphere with a strong effect on isotope ratio.
Carbon dioxide (CO2) to generate the Martian atmosphere originated in the planet’s mantle and has been released directly through volcanoes or trapped in rocks crystallized from magmas and released later. Once in the atmosphere, the CO2 can exchange with the polar caps, passing from gas to ice and back to gas again. The CO2 can also dissolve into waters, which can then precipitate out solid carbonates, either in lakes at the surface or in shallow aquifers.