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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Facula, Atmospheric Circulation, Habitat Destruction

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4 Apr 2016
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MCGILLGEOG 216Geraldine AkmanFall

All lecture notes.docx

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12 Dec 2014
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3 components health > measured through longevity (life expectancy at birth) education > knowledge ( adult literacy rate, combined enrolment ratio) livi
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture 1: Geography midterm 1

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4 Apr 2016
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Winter solstice: when the axis of rotation is at 23. 5 s, occurs december 21st. It is the winter for the northern hemisphere. This means that we have t
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Review Session.docx

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22 Apr 2013
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Anomaly calculations: you make a baseline so that it is easier to compare values/temperature on a plus or negative sense. El nino relates to shifts in
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MCGILLGEOG 210Jon UnruhWinter

GEOG 210 Lecture Notes - Mordecai Richler, Robertson Davies, Antonine Maillet

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14 Feb 2013
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Questions and concepts to consider: Producers: sturla gunnarsson, david macfarlane, adam symansky. The documentary where is here? explores the question
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MCGILLGEOG 216Oliver CoomesFall

GEOG 216 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Food Energy, Barter, Shifting Cultivation

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15 May 2016
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Food as a resource thousands of different species of plants and a quarter of those are edible. 16 types of plants provide us with food energy and prote
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Agroforestry, Evapotranspiration, Permafrost

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27 Mar 2013
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What is land use? what do we use land for? transportation: agriculture, raising livestock, residential, commercial, industrial, parks & conservation, r
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

March 25th

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25 Mar 2013
21
Presence of ridge ice & its longer life cycle leads to ice that stays frozen longer during the summer melt some arctic sea ice remains through summer 7
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Medieval Warm Period, Little Ice Age, Neoglaciation

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21 Mar 2013
26
February 25th, 2013: vulnerability of past societies to climate change and legacies of the medieval warm period & little ice age still debate towards t
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - William Cronon, Guardians Of The Universe, James Lovelock

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21 Mar 2013
26
Na has low rates due to immigration. Biodiversity birds declined 71% between 1980 & 2002. Deforestation 80% of original forest has been cleared/damaged
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MCGILLGEOG 205Gail ChmuraWinter

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Photic Zone, Global Temperature Record, Thermocline

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21 Mar 2013
27
Question about thermohaline circulation will be on the final! How do we know the earth"s temperature is increasing: surface thermometer record instrume
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MCGILLGEOG 216Oliver CoomesFall

GEOG 216 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Dalian Commodity Exchange, London Metal Exchange, Chicago Mercantile Exchange

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15 May 2016
21
Conventional economic approaches: nature as simple commodity o. Some criticisms and alternative approaches: commodity chain analysis. Environment-econo
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