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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

[GEOG 1220] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (27 pages long!)

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All life forms draw on resources which result in a change in the environment. Agriculture is an example of a human activity that brings persistent chan
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

[GEOG 1220] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 54 pages long Study Guide!

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Our environment consists of biotic components (living things) & abiotic components (non-living things) The definition of environment must include its l
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

[GEOG 1220] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (27 pages long!)

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There will be 43 multiple choice questions, each worth one mark. For this section, you will be given only a fraction of a term/concept or theory and yo
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)

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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

[GEOG 1220] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (97 pages long)

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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

[GEOG 1220] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (12 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2016
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Attributes of the models components: population: population size, population density, population distribution, population growth rate. Natural attribut
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

[GEOG 1220] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (17 pages long!)

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7 Feb 2017
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Chapter 1: an introduction to environmental geography living) components: humans and what we have built are also a part of this environment. First phot
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Midterm: Human Impact on the Environment Midterm Study Notes

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8 Feb 2018
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Human impact on the environment: midterm study notes. Attributes of the models components: population: population size, density, growth rate, distribut
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U OF GGEOG 1220Jennifer SilverFall

GEOG 1220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stumpage, Externality, Small Hydro

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*note: slides 32-44 present examples of key ideas and trends for the purposes of course overview. It is not advisable for them to be taken as your main
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mathis Wackernagel, Jared Diamond, Stone Age

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16 Dec 2016
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Textbook: chapter 1 the foundations of environmental geography (pp. Slide shows: population dynamics / carrying capacity. When you have completed this
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U OF GGEOG 2110Ben BradshawWinter

GEOG 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Solar Irradiance, Pleistocene

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Hanna"s sea temp -- insolation climate varibility graph. I: looking at your graph of solar insolation and north atlantic sst for the last 700. The patt
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U OF GGEOG 2110Ben BradshawWinter

GEOG 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lab Report, Straits Of Florida, Wallace Smith Broecker

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Hanna"s florida states-younger-dryas graph s u i c l e. Age (kyr: prepare graphs of each of the data sets (or make one graph with all three records on
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U OF GGEOG 2110Ben BradshawWinter

GEOG 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Last Glacial Maximum, Readme, Poaceae

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Picea: use google maps (or google earth) to find where carp lake is located (the lat and long are in the readme file). This location was not covered by
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U OF GGEOG 2110Ben BradshawWinter

GEOG 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ice Age, Loose Coupling

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On average, based on the given data, the age difference between the air bubble and the ice in which they are trapped in is approximately 4351. 623 year
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U OF GGEOG 2110Ben BradshawWinter

GEOG 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Carbon Offset

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9 Apr 2019
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Lab 2: the carbon cycle: based on figure 4-3 above, calculate the total rate of change and the average residence time for each of the six main carbon r
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U OF GBIOM 3090Bettina KalischWinter

BIOM 3090 Final: cardiovascular practice questions

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U OF GBIOM 3090Bettina KalischWinter

BIOM 3090 Midterm: CNS Practice questions

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BIOM 3090 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Choline Acetyltransferase, Intraocular Pressure, Bethanechol

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U OF GBIOC 3560John DawsonFall

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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Fish Stock, Tidal Power, Radon

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5 Oct 2013
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Reading: pages 3- 12, 19- 26, 33- 37, 186- 190. Tilt of the earth varies over time changes the amount of incoming energy from the sun on the earth. Gla
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Parent Material, Tidal Power, Carrying Capacity

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24 Oct 2017
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Distinguish between human impact on the environment and environmental impact on humans. Explain the human-environment interaction model: a model that r
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Biological Pest Control, Intensive Animal Farming, Genetically Modified Food

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23 Feb 2017
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Habitat Destruction, International Whaling Commission, Parks Canada

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23 Feb 2017
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Half of the world"s marine fish populations are fully exploited: meaning they cannot be harvested more intensely without depleting them, one quarter of
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Renewable Resource, Tidal Power, Sustainable Agriculture

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10 Jun 2016
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Characteristics of functional resources: resources are dynamic. The value of resources will change over time, which will have an effect on their demand
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Silver Iodide, Beetle, Evapotranspiration

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16 May 2016
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Denitrification, Photosynthesis, Outgassing

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15 Feb 2012
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Ex: potassium and phosphorous released by broken rock: gaseous cycle: nutrients spend much of their time in the atmosphere. Nutrients are exchanged bet
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Biosolids, Sewage Treatment

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23 Feb 2017
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3/10 households in canada today utilize bottled water as their main source of drinking water. Relationship between increase in income and increased use
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Externality, One-Child Policy, Tidal Power

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Attri(cid:271)uted of the model"s co(cid:373)po(cid:374)e(cid:374)ts population: growth rate. Human attributes: the demand of resources, the use of the
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interaction Model, Invasive Species, Externality

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5 Oct 2016
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Attributes of the models components: population: population size, population density, population distribution, population growth rate. Natural attribut
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 1: Wave Power, Chemical Element, Geosphere

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U OF GGEOG 1220idrFall

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: River Engineering, Trawling, Biopower

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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Environmental Science, Natural Science, Geosphere

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Chapter 1: an introduction to environmental geography living) components: humans and what we have built are also a part of this environment. First phot
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Upper Paleolithic, Open-Pit Mining, International Union For Conservation Of Nature

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Biodiversity at all levels is currently being lost as a result of human impacts. We could see the extinction of more than half of all species. Today"s
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichWinter

GEOG 1220 Chapter 10: Week 10

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Chapter 12: fossil fuels: energy use and impacts. An immense amount of energy resides within the bonds among protons and neutrons (nuclear power) Most
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 7: Oxbow Lake, Limnetic Zone, Profundal Zone

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Freshwater systems: fresh water: water that is relatively pure, with few dissolved salts, water is constantly moving among the reservoirs via the hydro
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 2: Lithic Reduction, Homo Erectus, Quartzite

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Domestification of animals and plants as well as use of stone and metal to create energy: start of the agricultural revolution. Times passed and then w
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 9: Nitrogen Fixation, Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Soil Texture

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12 Feb 2018
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 6: Ecological Footprint, Hunter-Gatherer, Resource Consumption

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12 Feb 2018
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Chapter 1 pg 6-10: natural resources: the substances and energy sources we need to survive, they are finite. Balance the rate of withdrawal with the ra
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U OF GGEOG 1220Dawn DietrichSummer

GEOG 1220 Chapter Notes - Chapter Unit 3: Atmospheric Circulation, Radiant Energy, Hydrosphere

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