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Class Notes for GEOG 3110 at University of Guelph

Biotic and Natural Resources

GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Stoma, Great Tit, Pinus Albicaulis

GEOG*3110 Readings Dec 1, 20171201 lag between CO2 and temperature because oceans suck up heat heat catches up with CO2 and thats bad wihich releases more CO2 temp gets warmer lose water Open stomata to cool down Trend...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Ocean Heat Content, Soil Chemistry, Field Capacity

GEOG*3110 Readings November 3, 2017 Theory of succession vegetation development is a stepwise directional process within a region, the same final or climax stage results from this series of successive stages whether they...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Equilibrium Point, Biogeography, Azores

GEOG*3110 Readings 20171011 Island Biogeography: Pattern of species richness number of species increases when area sampled increases z Can be expressed mathematically: S = cA We can switch this to logs to make a straight l...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Apex Predator, Plantago Erecta, Snowshoe Hare

GEOG*3110 Readings Temperature behavioural adaptations to change internal temperatures Moisture plants take oxygen through roots soil saturated they cant get it o mangroves on one side, saw grass on the other topography ...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dutch Elm Disease, Pinus Ponderosa, Montane Ecosystems

Scientific Basis for Resource Management Relationship between science and management o Scientist study biophysical systems to understand their functioning o Resource managers manage biophysical...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Climax Community, Geomorphology, Dune

Midterm - Friday  20 short answers questions  Material up to Oct. 21st  basic concepts and definitions for succession  material from lectures and readings October 23, 2013 L...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Abies Lasiocarpa, Pinus Albicaulis, Negative Relationship

November 1 st Martins Lake and Moose Lake Implications  Current forests and past forests are unique (no-analogue)  climate change can affect treelines differently (even w...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Vapor Pressure, Fossil Fuel, Rubisco

November 25 th Limitations of this approach  does not consider land use  cannot incorporate dispersal limitations  assumes genetic homogeneity  does not ...

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GEOG3110 Lecture 23: November 18th

November 18 th Final exam question – Sprugel  Choice of questions.  tools of paleoecology, resource management Mount St. Helen’s  Contains biological legacies....

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Jack Pine, Environmental Factor, Dune

November 6 th  Jack pine will not germinate under its own canopy. Its glued shut until fire occurs.  It requires fire to germinate; the glue melts and releases its seeds. ...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Quercus Muehlenbergii, Intermediate Disturbance Hypothesis, Spruce Budworm

November 8 th Humans are also a cause of disturbance  logging in BC Disturbances can interact:  insect outbreak and drought  fungal infection and wind ...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Core Sample

November 20 th How do we know this CO2 comes from burning fossil fuels?  isotopic composition from atmosphere  C14 unstable isotope of carbon  ancient so...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Superorganism, Catholic Integrated Community, Seral Community

November 4 th From last class: CommunityAssemblage Theories  Clements – communities behave like a super organism  Gleason – individualistic that share common envir...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Marbled Murrelet, Non-Vascular Plant, Saprotrophic Nutrition

November 13 th  Lab # 2 posted on Friday FUNCTIONAL  asymptotic biomass accumulation  Old forests accumulate biomass at a slower rate.  asymptotic gross primary pr...

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GEOG 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Pinus Ponderosa, Olympic Peninsula, Fire Regime

November 15 th Digression #1:  Disturbance & Equilibrium  Ecological Disturbance: What is natural in a changing world? What is an equilibrium ecosystem? Stand ...

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