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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Uptodate, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Water Cycle

OC9598396 Page
9 May 2016
13
Scientific assessment underpins the global political response to climate change. the intergovernmental panel on climate change (ipcc) Agenda 21: one of
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Passenger Pigeon, Jevons Paradox, Soil Fertility

OC9598399 Page
9 May 2016
5
Video one: key concepts in economic approaches to gec. Insists that pop is the primary issue in regards to gec. Predicts doom and gloom, disease, warfa
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sub-Saharan Africa, Food Security, Adaptive Capacity

OC95983912 Page
9 May 2016
11
The evidence: atmosphere land and oceans; potential effects. Video one evidence: atmosphere, oceans and land. All societies cause transformation -> deg
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Industrial Revolution, Main Source, Anthropocene

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13 Dec 2015
17
Europe & africa: own less than 10% of global carbon reserves; push the most vigorously for global climate deals. Us, china, saudi arabia, canada: have
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carbon Footprint, Overfishing, Sub-Saharan Africa

6 Page
28 May 2017
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thermosphere, Global Temperature Record, Anthropocene

8 Page
13 Dec 2015
Used to describe recent observed increase in global mean surface temperature. Global mean surface temperature (gmst): the variety of different temperat
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Herman Daly, System 6, Earth Science

OC95983913 Page
9 May 2016
6
Video: donald brown (ethics and climate) http://blogs. law. widener. edu/climate/2012/07/26/introduction-to-the-ethics-of-climate-change- video-part-on
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Radical Change, Bird Flight, Geothermal Power

OC9598393 Page
9 May 2016
4
Can"t fix a problem until you admit there is a problem. The problem is real: real people are being affected in real places. The challenges are real: th
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lobster Fishing, Collective Action, Montreal Protocol

OC95983910 Page
9 May 2016
8
What is common property: a resource which is shared and whose benefits accrue to many, (e. g. oceans, atmosphere, sidewalks) Hard to exclude people fro
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ecotourism, Profit Motive, Bangkok

OC95983911 Page
9 May 2016
7
Video one local driving forces of gec: land use and cover. Diff society relations produce diff changes to the earth i. e hunting gathering societies do
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Michael Bloomberg, Big Oil, George Soros

OC9598393 Page
9 May 2016
4
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Darner, Eye Color, Mount Everest

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9 Feb
Abdomen is blue or blueish go to 2. Abdomen is not blue but instead is red, black, brown or white go to 3. Wings are brown towards the inside and are
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Pearson Education, Technological Change

31 Page
9 Feb
Aacsb: reflective thinking: in 2010, northland had real gdp of . 21 billion and a population of 2. 98 million. What was northland"s economic growth rat
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ceteris Paribus, Aggregate Demand, Aggregate Supply

37 Page
9 Feb
Chapter 28 canadian inflation, unemployment, and business cycle. Topic: inflation cycles: demand-pull inflation occurs when, aggregate demand increases
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Monarch Butterfly, Herbicide

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9 Feb
Observed monarch butterfly behaviour has significant implications for species survival. Habitat loss is one of the worlds leading causes of species dec
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aggregate Supply, Pearson Education, Aggregate Demand

40 Page
9 Feb
Which graph illustrates what happens when factor prices decrease: (a, (b, (c, (d, (a) and (b) Parkin/bade, economics: canada in the global environment,
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Disposable And Discretionary Income, Pearson Education, Chapter 27

51 Page
9 Feb
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YORKFall

NATS 1940 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mendelian Inheritance, Numeracy, Population Genetics

4 Page
9 Feb
Biodiversity and conservation biology assignment #1. In this assignment, you will be doing two types of questions, most of which involve numbers. Many
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Core Inflation, Pearson Education, Canada Act 1982

29 Page
9 Feb
Topic: monetary policy objective and framework: how is responsibility for monetary policy set forth in canada, the canadian government administers mone
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Foreign Exchange Market, The Foreign Exchange, Currency Appreciation And Depreciation

34 Page
9 Feb
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YORKWinter

ECON 1010 Study Guide - Final Guide: Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Pearson Education, Financial Institution

54 Page
9 Feb
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Carbon Sink, Vise, Environmental Migrant

3 Page
9 May 2016
The questions for the exam on december 12th will come directly from the list below. There are a lot of them, but there is also a lot of overlap between
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Climate Change Denial, Blade Runner, Permafrost

5 Page
28 May 2017
Readings thguardian article don"t call them "refugees": why climate-change victims need a different label. Climate refugee status looked as an offensiv
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Moodle

4 Page
8 Jun 2017
Geography 2030, summer 2017: final exam overview & study questions. The final exam is worth 25% of your final mark. The date and location will be annou
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anthropocene, Carbon Cycle, Water Cycle

9 Page
28 May 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thermosphere, Global Temperature Record, Anthropocene

8 Page
13 Dec 2015
Used to describe recent observed increase in global mean surface temperature. Global mean surface temperature (gmst): the variety of different temperat
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Earth Summit, Food Security, 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference

9 Page
28 May 2017
Idea that we can always do something later let"s just wait and see. No real do nothing response because we will end up dealing with the problem one way
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carbon Footprint, Overfishing, Sub-Saharan Africa

6 Page
28 May 2017
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Openair, Circulatory System

10 Page
28 May 2017
Readings: (2016) the hidden cost of fossil fuels, (2017) what are fossil fuels used for. Rock-like, gas or liquid resources that are burned to generate
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Planetary System, Carbon Emission Trading, Passenger Pigeon

7 Page
28 May 2017
Reading klein (2014) this changes everything p. 16-26. Power from renewable sources like solar and wind energy has become increasingly easy to store ye
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Land Cover, Genetic Erosion, Food Security

5 Page
28 May 2017
Land use the human use of the earth"s land-based attributes or resources (keeping in mind the social, political, & economic reasons for this use) Land
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

63 Page
11 Oct 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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YORKGEOG 2030Robin RothFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Carbon Sink, Vise, Environmental Migrant

3 Page
9 May 2016
The questions for the exam on december 12th will come directly from the list below. There are a lot of them, but there is also a lot of overlap between
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Climate Change Denial, Blade Runner, Permafrost

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28 May 2017
Readings thguardian article don"t call them "refugees": why climate-change victims need a different label. Climate refugee status looked as an offensiv
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Moodle

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8 Jun 2017
Geography 2030, summer 2017: final exam overview & study questions. The final exam is worth 25% of your final mark. The date and location will be annou
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anthropocene, Carbon Cycle, Water Cycle

9 Page
28 May 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumFall

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Thermosphere, Global Temperature Record, Anthropocene

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13 Dec 2015
Used to describe recent observed increase in global mean surface temperature. Global mean surface temperature (gmst): the variety of different temperat
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Earth Summit, Food Security, 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference

9 Page
28 May 2017
Idea that we can always do something later let"s just wait and see. No real do nothing response because we will end up dealing with the problem one way
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carbon Footprint, Overfishing, Sub-Saharan Africa

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28 May 2017
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Openair, Circulatory System

10 Page
28 May 2017
Readings: (2016) the hidden cost of fossil fuels, (2017) what are fossil fuels used for. Rock-like, gas or liquid resources that are burned to generate
View Document
YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Planetary System, Carbon Emission Trading, Passenger Pigeon

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28 May 2017
Reading klein (2014) this changes everything p. 16-26. Power from renewable sources like solar and wind energy has become increasingly easy to store ye
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 63 pages long!)

63 Page
11 Oct 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Moodle

4 Page
8 Jun 2017
Geography 2030, summer 2017: final exam overview & study questions. The final exam is worth 25% of your final mark. The date and location will be annou
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Climate Change Denial, Blade Runner, Permafrost

5 Page
28 May 2017
Readings thguardian article don"t call them "refugees": why climate-change victims need a different label. Climate refugee status looked as an offensiv
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Earth Summit, Food Security, 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference

9 Page
28 May 2017
Idea that we can always do something later let"s just wait and see. No real do nothing response because we will end up dealing with the problem one way
View Document
YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Planetary System, Carbon Emission Trading, Passenger Pigeon

7 Page
28 May 2017
Reading klein (2014) this changes everything p. 16-26. Power from renewable sources like solar and wind energy has become increasingly easy to store ye
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carbon Footprint, Overfishing, Sub-Saharan Africa

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28 May 2017
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Openair, Circulatory System

10 Page
28 May 2017
Readings: (2016) the hidden cost of fossil fuels, (2017) what are fossil fuels used for. Rock-like, gas or liquid resources that are burned to generate
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Land Cover, Genetic Erosion, Food Security

5 Page
28 May 2017
Land use the human use of the earth"s land-based attributes or resources (keeping in mind the social, political, & economic reasons for this use) Land
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dengue Fever, Adaptive Capacity, Crop Yield

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28 May 2017
Readings: dessler (2016) ch9, skim: ipcc (2014) climate change summary p. 2-16. The rate of climate change is alarming because the earth warms 0. 05 c
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YORKGEOG 2030Elizabeth LunstrumSummer

GEOG 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anthropocene, Carbon Cycle, Water Cycle

9 Page
28 May 2017
Water vapour, the most important greenhouse gas in the earth"s atmosphere w/o it the earth would be much cooler. The main mechanism through which a gas
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