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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

[ENV1101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (43 pages long)

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

[ENV1101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (15 pages long)

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7 Feb 2017
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UOTTAWAENV 1101AllSummer

Study Notes After Midterm 1 (study this for midterm)

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11 Nov 2014
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV1101 Final: ENV1101 - Final exam study guide

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17 Dec 2016
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3 ways: adaption adjust and reduce vulnerability. Accept that climate change is happening and pursue strategies to minimize its impact on us: mitigatio
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

ENV1101 Final Review.doc

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24 Feb 2014
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Marshes: shallow water allows plants to above the water"s surface (cattails & tidal marshes at the mouth is eroding away, leaving shanghai with a degra
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Overgrazing, Impulse Tracker, Fluorine

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24 Feb 2014
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Stratospheric processes : when oxygen molecules (o2) encounter uv radiation, they tend to split apart into two. Mark twain climate is what we expect; w
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UOTTAWAENV 1101shardFall

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lard, Rangeland, Loam

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25 Oct 2014
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrosphere, Zero Population Growth, Keystone Species

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24 Feb 2014
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There are 6 key elements used to create organic matter (living things): = goods and services humans derive from the natural environment. When you stop
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UOTTAWAENV 1101AllWinter

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Energy Policy Of Canada

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9 Jul 2014
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Over the years, their organic remains have formed into coal, oil and gas and are used to generate electricity and power. Petroleum, or oil, is easier t
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UOTTAWAENV 1101AllWinter

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Shortwave Radiation, Data Theft, Sea Surface Temperature

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14 Jul 2014
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Innate need to connect with other life forms and the living world around us. The connections that human subconsciously seek with the rest of life. Esse
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Furqan AsifFall

ENV 1101 Final: Multiple Choice Prep

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16 Jan 2019
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Inventory: the information that enters or leaves a stock over time (in a system) is, stock, flow, input. ____________ and social problems lead to popul
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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Le Devoir, Voseo

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1 Dec
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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Le Devoir, Voseo

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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Le Devoir, Voseo

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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Voseo, Voir

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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Voseo

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UOTTAWAMAT 1748Daniel DaigleFall

MAT 1748 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Circulaire

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UOTTAWAMAT 3172Vadim KaimanovichFall

MAT 3172 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fair Coin, Exponential Distribution

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29 Nov
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UOTTAWAMAT 3172Vadim KaimanovichFall

MAT 3172 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Conditional Expectation, Random Variable

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29 Nov
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UOTTAWAMAT 3172Vadim KaimanovichFall

MAT 3172 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Random Variable, Probability Mass Function

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29 Nov
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Eric CrightonWinter

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Film Screening, Food Security

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23 Jan 2014
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Lecture 2: ENV1101 Lecture 2

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Furquan AsifFall

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sustainable Development, Carrying Capacity, Permafrost

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Here are some questions you can think about as you do your readings: Carrying capacity: a measure of the ability of a system to support life. Tragedy o
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Conservation Movement, Ecotheology, Agricultural Economics

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13 Oct 2016
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A movement to preserve the health of earth and its ecosystems. Social movement dedicated to protecting the natural world and by extension humans from u
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

Class 1 - Life on the Edge.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pie Chart, Noora, Meta-Analysis

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8 Dec 2015
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Abstract: in this paper, we report some reflections on sustainability literacy in higher educations and out in the community. Starting from an examinat
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

Chapter 6.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Assess the scope and historical patterns of human population growth: The current global population of 6. 7 billion people add about 80 million people p
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Quantitative Revolution, Land Degradation, Human Behavior

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13 Oct 2016
17
The culture hit its" peak in 6000s, and the loss of its trees in order to make these statues eroded a lot of the soil and used too many of their resour
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Civilization, Lythrum Salicaria, Scientific Method

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18 Jan 2017
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Notion of guilt, planets are talking about earth and talking about how humans are bad. Save environment - this implicates that we can save the environm
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Gideon ChristianWinter

ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Environmental Protection, Montreal Protocol, Environmental Impact Assessment

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30 Mar 2016
13
2 essays: cgideon@uottawa. ca , midnight on wednesday before the class, explanation and critical view of the readings. Presentation: summary and view o
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Chapter 1: ENV1101 Ch 1 Summary

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12 Jan 2017
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasha KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6+ : Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Ecosystem Services, Multivariate Interpolation

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19 Apr 2017
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A movement to preserve the health of each and its ecosystems (science but also values and spirituality. A social movement dedicated to protecting the n
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

Chapter 1.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Environment: our environment consists of everything around us, including living and nonliving things. Humans are a part of the environment and are not
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Because organisms produce excess young, individuals vary in their traits, and many traits are inherited, some individuals will prove better at survivin
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UOTTAWAENV 1101shardFall

ENV1101 review.docx

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25 Oct 2014
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Chapter 2, 23: ENV1101 ch 2 & 23 summary

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13 Jan 2017
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ecosystem Ecology, Arthur Tansley, Landscape Ecology

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18 Oct 2016
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Open systems: systems that receive inputs of both energy and matter and produce outputs of both. Closed systems: systems that receive inputs and produc
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

Chapter 4.docx

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16 Mar 2012
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Compare and contrast the major types of species interactions: Competition results when individuals or species vie for limited resources. It can occur w
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Allopatric Speciation, Population Ecology, Divergent Evolution

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18 Oct 2016
5
Biological evolution refers to genetic changes in organisms over generations genetic change often leads to modifications in appearance, functioning or
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UOTTAWAENV 1101shardFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes -Passive Solar Building Design, Cotia, Water Heating

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25 Oct 2014
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To keep below 2 c, need to reduce global emissions by 80% from 1990 levels. Means a drastic shift towards increased energy conservation and developing
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

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ENV1101 Final Review.doc

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Final: ENV1101 Final Exam Study Guide

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12 Oct 2016
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Beliefs, theories, and projects that consider humankind as a component of a broader ecosystem and wish to maintain the syste(cid:373)"s (cid:271)ala(ci
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Jonathan RausseoFall

ENV1101 Final: FINAL EXAM REVIEW

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Week 8b/9a: air pollution and global climate change. First half of semester: will probs cover 30% of exam. Environmentalism: broad philosophy/ideology/
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Final: ENV1101 Final Exam Study Guide

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Beliefs, theories, and projects that consider humankind as a component of a broader ecosystem and wish to maintain the system"s balance in an evolution
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

ENV 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Eutrophication, Doubling Time, Directional Selection

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28 Jan 2014
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Our environment is more than just our surroundings. Our environment is more than water, land, and air; it is the sum total of our surroundings. It incl
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ENV 1101 Final: Answers to Multiple Choice Prep

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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Emerald Ash Borer, Henry David Thoreau, Land Cover

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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Habitat Fragmentation, Ordovician, Soil Chemistry

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A distinctive biotic community and the abiotic systems with which it interacts: stocks, flows, cycles. Consists of all organisms and nonliving entities
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ENV1101 Lecture 10: ENV1101 - Lecture 10

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Chapter 11 (water pollution and environmental toxins, contemporary water issues and challenges) Rcmp arrests trans mountain pipeline protesters at entr
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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cornucopian, Outstrip, Biocoenosis

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ENV 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dmitri Mendeleev, Thermodynamics, Chemosynthesis

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ENV1101 Lecture 11: ENV1101 - Lecture 11

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Soil and food, with a focus on energy. Chapter 7 (soils, food production and food security) Chapter 8 (the energy we use: future changes and challenges
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