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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

[Geography 2010A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (36 pages long!)

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Living and working in a common space inevitably leads to the formation of a regional identity. This is the produ(cid:272)t of a regio(cid:374)(cid:859)
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Geography 2010A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 94 pages long!)

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

[Geography 2010A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (65 pages long)

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Current issues facing canada: climate change, air quality, energy demands, contaminated drinking water, border security, trade, tensions between french
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMarkWinter

[Geography 2010A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (26 pages long!)

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Ca(cid:374)ada"s geographi(cid:272) regio(cid:374)s: atlantic canada, quebec, ontario, western canada, british columbia, territorial. Ottawa announced
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 100 pages long!)

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It is named after a characteristic where all locations in the region have similarities in that particular characteristic: ex. Functional region: there
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

[Geography 2010A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (35 pages long!)

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A sense of place involves a psychological bond between people and their location. These stem from the physical landscape of the area, human activities,
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 148 pages long!)

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It recognizes that collective experiences have led to shared aspirations, concerns, goals, and values. It is also referred to as the heartland/hinterla
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMosickiFall

[Geography 2010A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (92 pages long!)

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Living and working in a common space inevitably leads to the formation of a regional identity. This is a product of a regions physical geography, histo
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

[Geography 2010A/B] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 32 pages long Study Guide!

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Lecture 6: ontario iroquoian word for beautiful water: largest population of all of canada"s regions (bigger than most countries!) used to be called. E
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BmarkWinter

Geography 2010A/B Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Canada, Quebec, Manitoba

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WESTERNGeography 1400F/GDon LafreniereSpring

Geography 1400F/G Lecture 3: ECON 4

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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2152F/G Lecture 15: Video Questions - Alberta Oil Sands

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Geography 2152F/G Lecture 8: Video Questions - Hurricane Katrina

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Geography 2152F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Lava Spine, Pumice

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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2152F/G Lecture 4: Video Questions - Chelyabinsk Meteor

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There were low frequency waves were from the explosion that was measured to be larger than the hiroshima bomb. The chelyabinsk meteor fragments were fo
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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiSummer

Geography 2152F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pinus Ponderosa, Tinder, Lightning

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Make giant leaps as a ball of flame, tossing from one tree to another. Can release as much energy as hiroshima size atomic bomb every 15mins, releasing
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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiSummer

Geography 2152F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Infrasound, Blast Wave

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Infrasound are soundwaves that are too low for us to hear. The chelyabinsk meteor fragments were found to be 90% rock and 10% metal. Density is a big d
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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiSummer

Geography 2152F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Silt

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Climate change and its ensuing increase in temperatures and drought have stressed trees, leaving them unable to fight invasion. Explain how that has ch
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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiSummer

Geography 2152F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Blowout Preventer, Tropical Storm Ida

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Deep water = > 400m below the sea surface. The oil is deeply buried, beneath formations known to be prone to earthquakes. They are surrounded by canyon
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WESTERNGeography 2152F/GMark MoscickiSummer

Geography 2152F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Megathrust Earthquake, Baffin Island, North American Plate

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lise Bacon, Chisasibi

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lise Bacon, Chisasibi

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3 of these questions will be on the final: the response by the cree to hydro-quebec"s plan is going to be done the cree way . The elders speak first, t
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Lecture 1: Power Video Notes

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Regional Geography, Central Canada, Cultural Area

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The study of regional geography: canada is a huge and diverse country, so its geography is best understood from a regional perspective. The geographic
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hudson Bay Lowlands, Glacier, Saint Lawrence River

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The core/periphery theory: how it developed, differences, etc. The division of a large area into different parts. Some countries more prone to regional
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Norman Wells, Mackenzie River, Main Source

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Yukon, northwest territories, and nunavut represent canada"s last frontier: frontier: lots of resources, little pop"n. It is a region rich in natural r
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiSpring

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Keystone Pipeline, Enbridge, Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipelines

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Geography 2.docx

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This is because prices of manufactured goods have increased more rapidly over time than commodities (except for oil). Additionally, hinterlands are sub
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMosickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cape Breton Island, Exclusive Economic Zone, Sydney Tar Ponds

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This region is home to the four maritime provinces: new brunswick, nova scotia, prince edward island and newfoundland and labrador. These four province
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Chisasibi

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hudson Bay Lowlands, Trans-Pacific Partnership, Cultural Globalization

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Diverse political agendas and economic strengths have ensured that canada is a group of 6 different regions with different physical geography, location
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Regional Geography, Historical Geography, Dutch Disease

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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A physiographic region is a large area of the worlds crust that has 3 characteristics: extends over a large, contiguous area with similar relief featur
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Central Canada, Dependency Ratio, Ecumene

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Government of canada"s transfer program for addressing fiscal disparities among provinces. Became a federal commitment in 1957, entrenched in the const
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Chapter 2 - Canada's Physical Base.docx

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMosickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Lake Ontario

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The impact of these 4 factors resulted in high unemployment rated that were at 9% in. 2009 above the national average of 8. 3: professor glen norcliffe
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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Faultlines: application of geological phenomenon to the economic, social, and political (cid:272)ra(cid:272)ks that di(cid:448)ide regio(cid:374)s a(ci
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Wyandot People, Thule People, Terra Nullius

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Old world hunters in alaska/yukon were blocked from proceeding south due to an ice sheet 4km thick. 15,000 years ago, the great melt began and the old
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark Moscicki

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Growing Season, Metamorphic Rock, Terra Nullius

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Region: definition, distinctive area of earth"s surface. Approaches to identifying regions: provincially defined region, choose an area of provinces (e
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Canada Pension Plan, Outsourcing, Hudson Bay Lowlands

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Physiographic regions: great lakes-st lawrence lowlands, canadian shield, hudson bay. Climatic zones: arctic, subarctic, great lakes-st lawrence. Proxi
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Geography 2010A/B- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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