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Environmental Science 1021F/G- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartFall

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Pesticide, Polyculture, Fossil Water

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Types of management: (keep in mind: management means for human/economic use, not conservation: even aged management trees maintained at same age and si
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Before Present, John James Audubon

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Environment: all biotic (organisms, their food and their interactions alive) and abiotic (sunlight, soil, air, water, climate and pollution not alive)
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Human Taxonomy, Happy Planet Index, Exponential Growth

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All biotic and abiotic factors that act on an organism, population, or ecological community: biotic factors: (alive) organisms, their food, and their i
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GAllSpring

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Nicotine, Fossil Water, Primary Production

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Final exam: what are the three main ways that humans negatively influence their environment provide an example for each. Some natural phenomena, especi
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GDoug HazlewoodWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Science News, Live Science, Habitat Destruction

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And why: parallel in the larger oikos , business as usual not precautionary principle. Important environmental issues such as: gas, pollution etc. Huma
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Emerald Ash Borer, Strip Farming, Agroforestry

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Food and land ii: land degradation is the process by which the land"s future ability to support crops, livestock and wild species are decreased as a re
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Biological Pest Control, Shelterwood Cutting, Pyrethrum

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WESTERNPhysics 1029A/BEugene WongWinter

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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture 3: UnitQuiz-3

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Astronomy 2021A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Apparent Retrograde Motion, Nicolaus Copernicus, Astronomical Object

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The possibility of extraterrestrial life was first considered: after the invention of the telescope, only during the past few decades, at the turn of t
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WESTERNMedical Biophysics 3505FNiel GelmanWinter

Medical Biophysics 3505F Quiz: Lecture 5- Review Questions

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Review questions i for mbp3505f (sept 21, 2017: consider an nmr signal obtained with 2 tesla magnetic field from a phantom containing inorganic. S(t) =
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GDanny BednarWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ecosystem Diversity, Background Extinction Rate, Extinction Event

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Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Iron Mountain Mine, Anthracite, Sub-Bituminous Coal

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Coal use & demand in the 18th century coal began to replace wood as the dominant fuel source in industrializing economies: coal use increased globally
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GDanny BednarWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Urban Revolution, Industrial Revolution, Smog

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How do cities relate to environmental issues: what is a city, water. In canada: > 1000 people, 400 per sq km, special continuity, integration: cities d
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GPeter G SchultzWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture 1: ENV 1021

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Collip building rm 107 (near the natural science bus stop, not collip circle) January 21st assignment topic preferences: 13 topics, do some reading on
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GDanny BednarWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Global Health

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Why study wind energy: pollution and climate change, renewable targets, global health, growing low carbon economies, people who live with turbines, cha
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Peak Oil, Midwestern United States, Aquifer

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The geological period (chronological) for when humans began to have a significant global impact on the earth"s ecosystems. Usa): what type of living ar
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GDanny BednarWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Global Cooling, Hockey Stick, Ocean Acidification

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermal Energy, Carboniferous, Surface Mining

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Surface Runoff, Aeration, Evapotranspiration

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In ltration ---> movement of water from top of soil, into the soil. Movement through soil, pools in open body of water. Evaporates and returns to atmos
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GChristie StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermal Pollution, Environmental Toxicology, Ecotoxicology

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Algal Bloom, Nutrient Pollution, Eutrophication

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When pollutants infiltrate water bodies, things go awry. Water pollution: the addition of anything that might degrade the quality of the water. Unprote
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Azolla, Food Miles, Ecological Footprint

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Indoor Air Quality, Tropospheric Ozone, Nitric Oxide

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Asthma: a chronic inflammatory respiratory disorder characterized by attacks during which the airways narrow, making it hard to breathe; can be fatal.
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 22: Jet Stream, Sea Level Rise, Milankovitch Cycles

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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ecological Pyramid, Species Evenness, Indicator Species

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5% of the acadian forest remains in its natural state. All the pieces of the ecological community puzzle are connected. 50% of maritimes land was cover
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GTim HainFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Maximum Sustainable Yield, Tinder, Random Seed

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Forests, and thee species inhabiting them produce an invaluable range of ecosystem services for the planet the existence and maintenance of forests is
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ecological Niche, Ecosystem Services, Windbreak

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Tropical regions (warm, lush, close to the equator) contains the greatest concentration and variety of plant and animal life forms on earth. Biodiversi
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ozone Depletion, Smog, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Environmental science chapter 2: science literacy and the process of science. Science gives us tools to observe the natural world. Since the 1970s, the
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Temperate Deciduous Forest, Understory, Herbaceous Plant

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Less than 2% of the gonaives forest in haiti remains 6% of the land has no soil at all. Deforestation: net loss of trees in a forested area. The locati
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WESTERNENVSCI 1021F/GGeoff StewartFall

Environmental Science 1021F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: 30Th Parallel South, 30Th Parallel North, Ocean Acidification

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