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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 18 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 66 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
Recycling yards, mine tailings, quarries, refineries, dams, factories. We are consciously or unconsciously aware that the world is suffering for our su
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UTMENV100Y5Tingting ZhuSummer

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Summer 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Earth, Canada, Ecosystem

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12 Oct 2018
Edward burtynsky takes photos of bad environmental disasters that are striking and beautiful, but bad - push and pull, retract and attract, necessary,
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Lithosphere, Earth, Volatiles

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12 Oct 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

[ENV100Y5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (48 pages long)

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6 Feb 2017
Our environment has complex networks of inter-linked systems: system include: The interactions of living species with the nonliving entities around the
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Earth, Photosynthesis, Trophic Level

172 Page
12 Oct 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Zebra, Year, White People

97 Page
12 Oct 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaWinter

[ENV100Y5] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 64 pages long Study Guide!

64 Page
6 Feb 2017
Environment: legal issues -- the environment is a legal entity, environmental policies/practices need to be de ned by various organizations. Environmen
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckSpring

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 68 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
Environment a legal entity environmental policies/practices need to be defined by various organizations. We have an environmental bill, gives us right
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ENV100Y5 Quiz: Quiz #6

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18 Jan 2019
Please read this question and answer it before going on to complete the rest of the quiz. There is only one right answer, and you will earn an extra-cr
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ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Chemical Reaction, Nuclear Fusion, Snow Goose

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18 Jan 2019
Please answer this question before going on to the rest of the quiz. There is only one right answer, and you will earn a quiz mark if you choose it. "i
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ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Spatial Interpretation Using GIS

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18 Jan 2019
Gis analysis of green spaces and wildlife in mississauga. Gis or geographical information systems are integrated programs that combine spatial database
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ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Graphical Interpretation

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18 Jan 2019
Dept of chemistry and biochemistry, canisius college, buffalo, ny) General instructions: this assignment is due on (or before) friday, november 23, 201
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ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Spatial Interpretation Using GIS Answers

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18 Jan 2019
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ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Graphical Interpretation Answers

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18 Jan 2019
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ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Polar Vortex, Ozone Depletion, Northern Hemisphere

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18 Jan 2019
B. weakening of the circulation of the polar vortex. B. it is heated from below, by radiated energy from earth"s surface. The coriolis force causes fre
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ENV100Y5 Quiz: QUIZ 1

7 Page
18 Jan 2019
Every time i ride on the subway, i get a cold. This is an observation about subways and colds. A hypothesis is an attempt to answer a scientific questi
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ENV100Y5 Quiz: QUIZ 5

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18 Jan 2019
B. is difficult to achieve at reasonably low temperatures and pressures. Hydropower, nuclear energy, and biomass are called "conventional energy altern
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ENV100Y5 Quiz: QUIZ 3

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18 Jan 2019
Saying that shrimp aquaculture has a large ecological footprint means that. C. one hectare of shrimp cage can require an area of ecosystem support many
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UTMENV100Y5TBAFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 37: forest and forest management

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1 Dec 2019
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ENV100Y5 Lecture 36: forest ecosystems II

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29 Nov 2019
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ENV100Y5 Lecture 35: forest ecosystems I

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27 Nov 2019
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ENV100Y5 Lecture 34: conservation of species III

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24 Nov 2019
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ENV100Y5 Lecture 33: conservation of species and habitats II

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22 Nov 2019
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ENV100Y5 Lecture 32: conservation of species I

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20 Nov 2019
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Drift, Interdisciplinarity, Aposematism

28 Page
20 May 2016
For example an anthropocentric, or _____________ worldview leads to a very different environmental management style than an ecocentric, or ____________
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UTMENV100Y5Havelka, M.Fall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Radiation Pressure, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Nitrogen Dioxide

19 Page
11 Dec 2016
Edward burtynsky photographer of recycled materials, waste, mines, ponds, natural things. Social relationships and institutions: government, religion,
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: ENV100 Lecture Notes

114 Page
20 May 2016
How the course will be structured this year. Recycling yards, mine tailings, quarries, refineries, dams, factories. We are consciously or unconsciously
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaSummer

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pearson Education, E-Book, International Standard Book Number

7 Page
1 Sep 2015
This introductory environmental science course examines large-scale features of. Earth, natural hazards, climate and weather systems, energy and minera
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: Introduction to Environmental Science

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19 Sep 2015
A systematic process for learning about the world and testing our understanding of it. The accumulated body of knowledge that arises from this dynamic
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ecological Niche, Intraspecific Competition, Interspecific Competition

5 Page
12 Feb 2018
Topics: habitats & niches, species interactions, feeding relationships, energy flow, trophic levels and food webs. Interactions with environment: habit
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Coltan, Artisanal Mining, Columbite

8 Page
26 Jan 2016
Session 37: mineral resources & mining (i) (4- How mineral resources contribute to our economy and society. The major methods and stages of mining. The
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UTMENV100Y5Havelka, M.Fall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 4: ENV100 - Module 4

40 Page
11 Dec 2016
Cell phones and many other high-tech products contain coltan, used to make tantalum capacitors. Democratic republic of the congo: resource curse (resou
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Habitat Fragmentation

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16 Dec 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Environmental Science, Wave Power, Industrial Revolution

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9 Dec 2018
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UTMENV100Y5burkeSummer

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes -Uptodate, Acquired Brain Injury, E-Book

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12 Jul 2013
This introductory environmental science course examines large-scale features of. Earth, natural hazards, climate and weather systems, energy and minera
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UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Paradigm Shift, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Falsifiability

6 Page
14 Dec 2015
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Asthenosphere, Himalayas, Metamorphic Rock

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10 Apr 2018
In a closed system, energy can be exchanged between the system and its surroundings: stromatolites a calcareous mound built up of layers of lime-secret
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Anemophily, Clayoquot Sound, Phytoplankton

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18 Dec 2016
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ecological Relationship, Greenhouse Effect, Bromine

11 Page
10 Apr 2018
Both common and harmful [ex sulphur dioxide (so2 or sox or trs), nitrogen dioxide (no2 or nox), particulate matter (pm by particle size), volatile orga
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecological Footprint, Environmental Science, Hunter-Gatherer

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3 Oct 2016
Environment is more than water/land/air it is the sum of our surroundings includes biotic factors (living, we interact with them), abiotic (non-living,
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter 11: Freshwater Systems and Water Resources

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11 Jan 2018
Water that is relatively pure, with few dissolved salts. Only 2. 5% of the water on earth. Only 1% of the 2. 5% is easily accessible to humans. Hydrosp
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Volcanism, Allopatric Speciation, Nitrification

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10 Apr 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Leachate, Net Metering

11 Page
10 Apr 2018
Energy alternatives: nonrenewable: oil and natural gas (petroleum), coal, alternative fossil fuels (tar sands, oil shales, shale gas), nuclear energy (
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Drip Irrigation, Surface Runoff, Nutrient Pollution

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14 Jan 2017
To harness fresh water for human purposes --> achieved impressive engineering accomplishments. Estimated 60% of the world"s largest rivers have been af
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ion, Hyoid Bone, Neoteny

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ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Drift, Interdisciplinarity, Aposematism

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For example an anthropocentric, or _____________ worldview leads to a very different environmental management style than an ecocentric, or ____________
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[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (32 pages long!)

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Environmental science explores interactions between humans and the physical and biological world. Encompasses the biochemical-physical system in which
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ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 235 pages long!)

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UTMENV100Y5burkeSummer

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes -Uptodate, Acquired Brain Injury, E-Book

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 48 pages long Study Guide!

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Our environment has complex networks of inter-linked systems: system include: The interactions of living species with the nonliving entities around the
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UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (47 pages long!)

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Basic science of human impact on environment. Environmental issues and challenges we are facing as a global community. Fisheries a(cid:272)t had (cid:3
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UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Paradigm Shift, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Falsifiability

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plate Tectonics, Oceanic Crust, Abiotic Component

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14 Nov 2016
Env100 exam practice questions module 1 (from quiz questions) To describe the process whereby particles began to stick together, first forming clusters
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UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nitrogen Dioxide, Volatile Organic Compound, Ice Cream Cone

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26 Feb 2016
Env100 assignment #5: ground- level ozone in the. Stephanie pugliese, a phd candidate in environmental chemistry at u of t, created this assignment. St
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