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Class Notes for Geography at University of Lethbridge (UOFL)


UOFLGEOG 2600Tom JohnstonWinter

GEOG 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Resource Depletion, Ecumene, Staples Thesis

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To present an overview of two conceptual frameworks: innis"s staples thesis", friedmann"s core periphery model". Staples thesis: asserts that exports o
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UOFLGEOG 3210Tom JohnstonFall

GEOG 3210 Lecture Notes - Feedlot

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UOFLGEOG 2600Tom JohnstonWinter

GEOG 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Free Trade, Gender Pay Gap

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Canada in transition: children no longer source of labour. The fertility rate has declined from 3. 75 in 1961 to 1. 61 in 2011 per women. Point system
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UOFLGEOG 2600Tom JohnstonWinter

GEOG 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Marquis Wheat, Area Studies, Population Geography

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**4 traditions patterson article on moodle: physical science, relationship between humans and their environment, spatial analysis, area studies regiona
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UOFLGEOG 3245Xu WeiFall

GEOG 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hitech, Capital Accumulation, Root Mean Square

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UOFLGEOG 2600Tom JohnstonWinter

GEOG 2600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Jean Lesage, Western Alienation In Canada, Confederation Party

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UOFLGEOG 3245Xu WeiFall

GEOG 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Civitas, Surplus Product

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UOFLGEOG 3245Xu WeiFall

GEOG 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mahbub Ul Haq, Gross Domestic Product, Gross Enrolment Ratio

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UOFLGEOG 3245Xu WeiFall

GEOG 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Urban Sprawl, Overurbanization, Capital Accumulation

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UOFLGEOG 3210Tom JohnstonFall

GEOG 3210 Lecture Notes - Rain Shadow, Thomas Griffith Taylor, Environmental Determinism

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They describe agricultural landscapes: they differ methodology. Weaver used a high speed computer to realize when certain thresholds were met to unders
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UOFLGEOG 3245Xu WeiFall

GEOG 3245 Lecture 4: Sep. 22nd

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UOFLGEOG 3210Tom JohnstonFall

September 18.docx

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It represented an early attempt to develop geographic theory. Between 1920 and 1940 it was subject to moutning criticism. By the end of wwii, enviromne
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