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UWGEOG222Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: National Energy Program, Quebec Nationalism, Ethnic Nationalism

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UWGEOG222Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Area Studies, Sharia, Rogers Centre

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Go over assignment 1 & 2 and start preparing for it (especially assignment 2) Writing centre will come in to talk for 30 mins. Regional geography: de n
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UWGEOG222Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canadian Shield, Food Security, Cultural Mosaic

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Geog 222 lecture 2 - january 5, 2017. The definition of regional geography has evolved over time. The study about what makes various regions of the wor
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UWGEOG222Nancy WorthFall

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Green Economy, Social Economy

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An area whose distinctive characteristics give rise to a unique identity and sense of place. Mix of both physical and human characteristics (culture, l
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UWGEOG222Tom KarrowFall

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shortwave Radio, First Nations, Freezing Rain

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Canada is full of many wonders, imagined as a country of regions. There are many parts to canada that people may not know about. Many reside in briish
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UWGEOG222Tom KarrowFall

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: World War Ii, North West Company, List Of Transcontinental Countries

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Bc is far from poliical and economic hear of country. Dramaic interface between the sea and the mountains which deines province. Bc is divided into 2 p
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UWGEOG222Clare Mitchell

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Anthropocentrism, Mercantilism, Resource Depletion

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Components of economy - inter-connected activities that meet the needs/wants of consumers. Secondary = add value to manufactured products (could add ve
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UWGEOG222Clare Mitchell

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Central Powers

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UWGEOG222Clare Mitchell

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Woolly Mammoth, Dorset Culture, Thule People

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Glaciers melting = bridge between siberia, beringia, north america. Wooly mammoth ventures across to north america, followed by people. Genetic similar
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UWGEOG222Clare Mitchell

GEOG222 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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Characteristics of physiographic regions: a large contiguous area with similar landforms type, are shaped by common processes and, share a common geolo
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UWGEOG222Clare Mitchell

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Woolly Mammoth, Buffalo Jump, Thule People

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Glaciers melting = bridge between siberia, beringia, north america. Wooly mammoth ventures across to north america, followed by people. Genetic similar
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UWGEOG222Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sharia, Cultural Mosaic, Unlink

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