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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Denitrification, Photosynthesis, Outgassing

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15 Feb 2012
101
Ex: potassium and phosphorous released by broken rock: gaseous cycle: nutrients spend much of their time in the atmosphere. Nutrients are exchanged bet
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

Week 5 Lecture Notes: Modern Agriculture

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15 Feb 2012
92
Week 5 review: modern agriculture: the agricultural and environmental viewpoints regarding our ability to feed 11 billion people: Agricultural viewpoin
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

Week 2 Lecture Notes: Historical Context of Human Environment Interactions

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15 Feb 2012
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Environment interactions: the history of the agricultural revolution which begins with evolving early. 200 genera above 50kg went extinct: (ex. mammoth
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

Week 3 Lecture Notes: Physical Processes and Models

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15 Feb 2012
72
Week 3 review: physical processes and models: the physical factors responsible for the creation of the earth"s environment, the earth is located at int
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U OF GGEOG 1220Richard KuhnFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Interaction Model

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15 Feb 2012
99
Environment: human-environment interaction model, attributes of the model"s components: Growth rate: ratio between birth and death rate. (0. 9% for can
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Annual Percentage Rate, Costa Rica

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13 Mar 2013
72
After all the deforestation for making cattle land the major compacting of the land made it impossible to plant anything in the baron land. In bc mix s
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cold Front, Cool Air, Kinetic Energy

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12 Oct 2015
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GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Global Warming, Positive Feedback, Ecocentrism

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1 Feb 2015
50
Week 1 human impact on the environment. Critical balances occur in the lithosphere, biosphere, and atmosphere (eg. we release too much carbon in the at
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG1220 Lecture 1: Human Impact: Key Concepts and Terms

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12 Oct 2015
54
Geog 1220 september 14, 2015: speciation: the creation of life; in present day there is more loss than gain of life. Population: 2. 5 million years ago
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Interaction Model, Invasive Species, Externality

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5 Oct 2016
29
Attributes of the models components: population: population size, population density, population distribution, population growth rate. Natural attribut
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettWinter

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ecological Pyramid, Smog, Radionuclide

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11 Oct 2015
45
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U OF GGEOG 1220Lorne BennettFall

GEOG 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nitrogen Cycle, Carbon Cycle, Nitrification

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28 Oct 2015
49
: physical, chemical, and biological characteristics that restrain. All limiting factors taken together: nutrients: organisms. Elements and compounds r
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