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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cholera, Miasma Theory, Waterborne Diseases

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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fire Hydrant, Web Map Service

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Location data = coordinated or positional references of some sort: attributive data = characteristics or observations about whatever is being described
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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Abductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning, Mathematical Logic

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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Database, Unique Key, Data Management

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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kitimat, British Columbia Coast, Natural Experiment

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A) yes b) no: clicker question #1 (answer): b- yes, because it worked like one but it backfired -- Perhaps roughly in a reference sense by showing a fa
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UTSCGGRB13H3Lindsay StephensFall

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Voluntary Sector, Social Stratification, Batch Production

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Lecture #7: work, class, and changing econmic spaces. Intro to geography of work and labor geography. We can look at: geographers of workers, their liv
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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

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Ways you can measure the density of different phenomena"s. When talking about geographic data we are trying to figure out intrinsically where the pheno
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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Regression Analysis

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UTSCGGRA30H3Glenn BrauenWinter

GGRA30 Lecture 10: GGRA30H3 - Lecture 10

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Question #1: one degree of latitude is approximately the same distance, regardless of your location on the surface of the earth. Question #1 (answer):
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UTSCGGRB13H3Lindsay StephensFall

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gender Studies, Social Inequality, World Map

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Organized to have a stage ne way of idea flowing. Hard to have a social connection like students cannot talk to each other. It has an impact on our beh
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UTSCGGRB13H3Lindsay StephensFall

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cultural Geography, Ecocentrism, Cultural Turn

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The last two decades have witnessed a monumental shift in how cultural geographers engage with nature. It was once seen as separate, but we understand
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UTSCGGRB13H3Lindsay StephensFall

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Critical Reading, Social Inequality

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Experience , a coverall term for the various modes through which a person"s knows and constructs reality . Above is experience, below is sensation, per
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