When search engines are examining the content of a Drupal site how do they identify content assembled by a view? A single view can have unlimited pages associated with it. In fact the entire content of a site can be provided that way.
Any resources on how these engines do their job in general (and for Drupal specifically) would be appreciated.
In the SEO world, this is known as Duplicate Content, and it's something you want to avoid as much as possible. 
This is dangerous territory for duplicate pages which can get you sandboxed by the search engines! 
in drupal you can reach same page with lots of links:
content/some title and ...
one solution is Global Redirect module