Class Notes for Elrick

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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 12 Lecture Note

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6 Apr 2011
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Final exam: study guide on blackboard, friday, april 29, 2-4pm, room mw 170, please arrive 20 minutes early. Japan tsunami mar 11, 2011: what impact do
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 3 Lecture Note

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27 Jan 2011
32
Professor will put a study guide online by beginning of next week for midterm exam, content of midterm exam consists of all sessions prior to midterm e
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 7 Lecture Note

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3 Mar 2011
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*final exam friday, april 29 (2-4 pm) room: mw170. *midterm exams may be picked up next week during office hours. In earlier ages, you only have three
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Lec02

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16 Feb 2011
37
Pop growth rate: popn now- popn time 1 / popn time 1. Pop"n density: total popn of one area/ area in question. No limit to growth- the future is friend
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 10 Lecture Note

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23 Mar 2011
35
We can find cities as far back as 8000 years ago, and there are three theories why those cities were there and why these cities grew. Most biggest citi
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

GGRC02H3 Lecture Notes - Attractor, Sun Belt, Rust Belt

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16 Mar 2011
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 8 Lecture Note

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10 Mar 2011
26
Problems are that the economy may not be able to adapt to such large numbers of people, food resources may become limited and the depletion of natural
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 2 Lecture Note

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20 Jan 2011
27
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 1 Lecture Note

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15 Jan 2011
33
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 11 Lecture Note

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30 Mar 2011
36
I n-class assignment answers: population growth is one of the key concepts in population geography and demography. Transnationalism" is a concept that
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

Week 6 Lecture Note

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16 Feb 2011
28
Session 5 why botswanians die young h i v/aids & changing age structures. Hiv/aids prevalence rates: table shows ten countries with highest prevalence
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UTSCGGRC02H3ElrickWinter

mortality and epidemics lecture

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16 Feb 2011
26
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