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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Wakefield, Canada, Agriculture

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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wakefield, Canada, Agriculture

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12 Oct 2018
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

[GGR107H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (21 pages long!)

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6 Feb 2017
Agriculture, human density focused around the equator. Beans grown on stalks to access sunlight, they create nitrogen which helps corn grow. Squash has
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UTSGGGR107H1Nicole SimmsFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Land Grabbing, Subsistence Agriculture

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8 Dec 2015
Land is the source of life and death- subsistence agriculture. Effects of colonial era land grabbing- how african are gaining back their land after eur
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UTSGGGR107H1Nicole SimmsFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Land Grabbing, Subsistence Agriculture

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8 Dec 2015
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JGI216H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Metonymy, Remittance

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RSM424H1 Lecture 4: RSM424 Tutorial 4

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7 Apr 2020
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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Retained Earnings

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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Capital Gain, Tax Bracket

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7 Apr 2020
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RSM424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Remittance

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7 Apr 2020
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MAT137Y1 Lecture 36: Applications

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MAT137Y1 Lecture 35: New Power Series

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MAT137Y1 Lecture 15: Applications of MVT

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MAT137Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Taylor Series

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MAT137Y1 Lecture 34: Power Series

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UTSGGGR107H1Charles Z LevkoeSummer

GGR107 Notes.doc

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20 Jun 2012
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Nature, Political Compass

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26 Sep 2016
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture 2: Lecture #2 Notes

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10 Jan 2017
Relationship with time, reaction to space is closely connected to culture. Cyclical worldview time, there is a cycle. Different cultures have different
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Integrated Geography, Starbucks, Fernwood Publishing

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11 May 2018
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Magdalen Islands, Moral Universalism, Seal Hunting

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11 May 2018
Exploring the environmental and social impacts of the industrial. Understanding how food choices are embedded within culture. The meat of the global fo
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Commodity Fetishism, Productivism, Triangular Trade

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10 Jan 2017
When commodities (e. g. food) is presented in front of you without the value of the commodity. Not knowing where it came from, it"s ecology, its produc
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture 1: Lecture #1 Notes

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10 Jan 2017
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods

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11 May 2018
Outline: what does it mean to think critically, the rise of the dominant food system in canada today. Critical thinking: the ability to think clearly a
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Flavr Savr, Tomato Juice

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10 Jan 2017
A lot of hard labour replaced by heavy machinery. A lot of infrastructure required to harvest tomatoes at that scale, very expensive. To get the tomato
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: A Posteriori, Racialization, Food Systems

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10 Jan 2017
Logical arguments based on proven or accepted premises. Gender isn"t the best way to differentiate racing times. May be true on a truly elite level. Ev
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107 Textbook Summary

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6 Apr 2013
A process by which we use our knowledge and intelligence to arrive at the most reasonable and justifiable positions on issues, and which endeavors to i
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UTSGGGR107H1A L LWinter

GGR 107 - Textbook Notes (save time from reading the whole book)

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23 Oct 2014
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Chapter Notes -Carl Ritter, Regional Geography, Economic Geography

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14 Jan 2014
Chapter 1: a practical guide to critical thinking. Critical thinking: a process by which we use our knowledge and intelligence to effectively arrive at
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Soil Texture, Parent Material, Pedogenesis

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14 Jan 2014
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107 Finals Notes_Chapter 7.docx

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14 Jan 2014
Geography and the third world: labelling nations according to degree of development imposes negative uniformity, all too often the developing world has
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

Chapter 4: Soil & Agriculture

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8 Dec 2012
Mer bleue conservation area, a provincially protected wetland area located in ottawa, ontario classified as a wetland site of international importance.
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Northern Canada, Melilotus, Chenopodium

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8 Dec 2012
Agriculture of farming is the rearing of animals and the production of crop plants through cultivating the soil. It is the interaction of people and th
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107 Finals Notes_Chapter 6.docx

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14 Jan 2014
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UTSGGGR107H1Charles Z LevkoeSummer

GGR107H1 Chapter Notes -Slow Food

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27 May 2012
6. 2 culinary journeys: contrasting cultures of food consumption. Food retailers have a lot of power over what we eat. Food choices are influenced by p
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Crop Diversity, Precautionary Principle, Compost

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8 Dec 2012
Corn is a staple grain in the world"s food supply and comes in many varieties due to selective breeding. Corn is one of the many crops that have been g
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GGR107H1 Lecture 2: Lecture #2 Notes

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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intensive Farming, Pesticide Resistance, Sustainable Agriculture

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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107 Textbook Summary

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A process by which we use our knowledge and intelligence to arrive at the most reasonable and justifiable positions on issues, and which endeavors to i
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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wakefield, Canada, Agriculture

34 Page
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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Integrated Geography, Starbucks, Fernwood Publishing

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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Wakefield, Canada, Agriculture

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UTSGGGR107H1Sarah WakefieldFall

GGR107H1 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wakefield, Canada, Agriculture

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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Food Policy, Identity Politics, Margaret Wente

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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Magdalen Islands, Moral Universalism, Seal Hunting

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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: International Coffee Agreement, Fairtrade Certification, Caffeine

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Explore environmental and social issues that emerge in the context of coffee and chocolate production. Examine the emergence of fair trade coffee and c
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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Economic Globalization

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Lecture outline: explore issues in the distribution of perishable foods (including gmo"s, examine food packaging, marketing, retail. Investigate labour
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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sustainable Organic Integrated Livelihoods, Origin Myth, Wild Rice

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11 May 2018
Biophysical factors impacting food production: access to solar energy for photosynthesis (photo period, shading, temperature, water availability and qu
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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Food Quality, Escapement

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11 May 2018
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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Integrated Geography, Starbucks, Fernwood Publishing

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GGR107H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Horizontal Integration, East India Company

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11 May 2018
Introduce the food commodity chain as a way of understanding food. Systems: explore food regimes and gender roles in relation to two food commodities (
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