Class Notes for Geography at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Solar Irradiance, Landfill Gas, Mercator Projection

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3 Feb 2013
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Human geography- grr111 lecture 01 9/30/2012 7:57:00 am. Cartoon pointing out: we as a population have become completely unaware of whats going on. *85
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mount Pinatubo, Lidar, Great Circle

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13 Jan 2016
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Ggr112 lecture 2 essentials of physical. Gis systems are digital representations of the world combine spatial (where it is) and attribute (what it is)
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Fluid Parcel, Diabatic, Humidity

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7 Feb 2016
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Ggr112 lecture 8 water & atmospheric. There are three states: heat properties. Phase changes, ice needs 80 calories to melt, water needs 100 calories t
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UTMGGR252H5J.LeydonWinter

GGR252 Lec1

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1 Feb 2013
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Economic change-growth of services (manufacturing based service based) Urbanized society (this change most prominent in urbanized society=service econo
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Canadian Pacific Air Lines, Northern Hemisphere, Cyclogenesis

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7 Feb 2016
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Weather short term day to day conditions of the. Climate long term average (e. g. , 30 years) atmospheric atmosphere conditions. Meteorology scientific
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: March Equinox, Shortwave Radio, Solar Irradiance

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13 Jan 2016
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Ggr112 lecture 3 solar energy to earth and seasons. The earth is relatively small in size compared to sun spots and even eruptions which come from the
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Atmospheric Circulation, Secondary Circulation, Barometer

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26 Jan 2016
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Ggr112 lecture 7 atmosphere and ocean. Air pressure and its measurements: mercury barometer, aneroid barometer. Wind: description and measurement: wind
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UTMGGR305H5T ConwayWinter

GGR305H5 Lecture Notes - Eastern Phoebe, Nurse Tree, Germination

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8 Feb 2014
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Has a clumped nature and high abundance is in the centre and to the edges its in lower numbers. Any factor that makes it difficult for an organism to l
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Lake Baikal, List Of Lakes By Volume, Transpiration

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9 Feb 2016
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Volcanoes tend to expel vapor, thus containing certain gases water. Water volume on earth today = 1. 36 x 10(9) km (3: r = 687 km the radius of this h2
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Microthermal, Mesothermal, Solar Irradiance

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13 Feb 2016
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UTMGGR217H5Tim DuvalFall

GGR217H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Vadose Zone, Water Table, Hydrology

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20 Oct 2015
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Physical hydrology: is the study of the occurrence, movement and physical properties of water on and below the earth"s surface, with the exception of o
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UTMGGR112H5Trevor PorterWinter

GGR112H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Speleothem, Calcium Carbonate, Milankovitch Cycles

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23 Feb 2016
58
Consists of 2 phases: el nino and la nina. El ni o warm pool phase: involves a significant shift in normal ocean-atmospheric circulation. Reversal of t
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