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Class Notes for GEOG 205 at University of Calgary

Gateway to Geography

GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Water Table, Snowmelt, Throughflow
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Foundations of River Science 1. Water Cycle Flow Paths Surface and Subsurface Flow Paths

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Arctic Circle, Mauna Loa Observatory, Photosynthesis
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Global Climate Change 1. Carbon Carbon cycle Carbon stored in the following sinks: i) Terrestrial biosphere: freshwater, organic molecule ii) Atmosphere: gases (CO2, methane) iii) Lithosphere: sedimen

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hydrosphere, Integrated Geography, Lithosphere
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Geography: study of the earths landscapes, peoples, environments dynamic, not static, evolves through time and space cause and effect, great laws of nature and to mark their influences upon man William Hughes At a discipli...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Impact Factor
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Science Info for Policy 1. Wellexecuted scientific research peerreviewed journals (refereed) govt agencies (govt reports are not as clear cut) industry (oil companies write reports, may not be 100 accurate) consulting firm...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG205 Lecture 5: Module1B
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Natural Climate CO2 Variability 1. Paleoclimatology the role of climate changes in the past have in modern climate changes, help make predictions about the future study of past climates, obtained from proxy indicators (in...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Oceanic Crust, Mercalli Intensity Scale, Divergent Boundary
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2013 Bow River Flood http:www.ctvnews.cascitechalbertaunderwaterthe4factorsthatledtomassiveflooding 1.1337873 1. Heavy Rainfall Highpressure system in northern Alberta blocked passage to lowpressure area to south Blocked c...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Thrust Fault, Mid-Ocean Ridge, Himalayas
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Earths Internal Structure composition, temperature and pressure changes as you move into the core solid inner core, liquid outer zone, solidish lower mantle (behaves like a solid but has liquid properties in upper mantle, ...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Waste Heat, Outgoing Longwave Radiation, Shortwave Radiation
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Climate Science Basics http:www.eoearth.orgviewarticle152458 Weather: state of the atmosphere with respect to heat or cold Climate: pattern, average course or condition of the weather at a place over a period of years vari...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mentos, Viscosity, Generally Recognized As Safe
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The future of food Patent rights: genes Pesticides,plants, animals, human So they could own that one seed and own the market place Ethics of patenting Impacts on farmers and their rights Genetic engineering Cell invasion (...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Earth Summit, Planned Obsolescence, Environmental Governance
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Geograpy 205 30+ questions Films: what causes what, notes only, externalizing costs Textbook Graphs: global figures, compare canada us china, proportions Canadas position of climate reduction Will not ask specific but nee...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Life-Cycle Assessment, Container Deposit Legislation In The United States, Polluter Pays Principle
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Geography 205 week 1 Davidsen HumanEnvironment Interaction Human environment is the interface between physical and environment Environmental conditions change= species change Environmental problems are at the core, whereas...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Overgrazing, Move

Geography week 2 What is a species?  Group of interbreeding organisms. It is the difference between cats and dogs is an OK answer. What is an ecosystem?  Ecosystem- the interaction of species in an env...

Geography
GEOG 205
Brian J Moorman
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Jet Fuel, Transform Fault, Base Load Power Plant

Biodiversity Extinctions - the species does not exist anymore Measuring biodiversity difficult - positively sure that the last of the species is gone, sometimes referred to as a local extinction Locally extinct -...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Snowball Earth, Pyroclastic Fall, Mercalli Intensity Scale

Earthquakes The sudden release of vibrational energy when there is brittle failure in the ground The richter magnitude scale is used to represent the amount of energy released by the earthquake Locations Most Earthquakes...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin
GEOG 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Reinforced Concrete, Appalachian Mountains, Thrust Fault

Plate Movement and Boundaries Plates move in different directions and speeds Processes operating at the plate margins result in the creation, deformation or destruction of crust *Theory people believed in - continental dr...

Geography
GEOG 205
Yvonne Martin

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