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Geography Of Canada

Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sea Level Rise, Arctic Ocean, Urban Sprawl

The Study of Regional Geography Questions List some issues currently facing Canada. o Minimum wage increase o Global warmingclimate change Sea level rise Deforestation Water pollution Air quality Natural disasters way more...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Nunavik, Creative Class, Ecotopia
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Sense of Place - What do geographers believe? o In spite of claims to the contrary, it is not culture, religion language etc. that is the dominant feature of civilization ...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Norman Wells, Mackenzie River, Main Source
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Territorial North - Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut represent Canadas last frontier. o Frontier: lots of resources, little popn - It is a region rich in natural resources but slow to de...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Smallwood Reservoir, Exclusive Economic Zone, Joey Smallwood
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Atlantic Canada This region is home to the three Maritime provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island) o And Newfoundland and Labrador These 4 provinces have the lowest populations of the Canadian provinc...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Secondary Sector Of The Economy, Sedimentary Rock, Norther
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Prairie Provinces - This region is home to the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. - It is commonly referred to as the Prairie region however the northern portions of each province have a...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture 2: 2: Regions of Canda
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The Sense of Place A psychological bond between people and their location. o These stem from the physical landscape of the area, human activities, and institutional bodies. Recognizes that collective experiences have led...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Urban Runoff, Trans-Canada Highway, Lake Huron
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Ontario Ontario has the largest population of Canadas regions It has always been the economic engine of the country but in 2009 it received equalization payments from the federal government for the first time ever turned...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture 3: 3: Physical Geography of Canada
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Vegetation in Canada Much of the vegetation we see today in Canada is not natural. Instead, it has been introduced through agriculture and human activity. Major Natural Vegetation Types in Canada Forests Grasslands Tu...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Urban Sprawl, Zero Population Growth, Mortality Rate
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Canadas Popn 36.7 million. o Only 20 of countries have a population higher than Canada Current Trends 1. The rate of natural increase is declining. 2. The population is aging. 3. There is a high birth rate among the Indig...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Western Alienation In Canada, Land Law, Central Canada
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Historical Geography of Canada Three influential events that have shaped Canadas history: o Arrival of the first people in North America o Colonization of North America by France and England o Influx of people from easter...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural Area
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The Study of Regional Geography Living and working in a common space inevitably leads to the formation of a regional identity. o This is the product of a regions physical geography, historical events, and economic situati...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Softwood, Non-Renewable Resource, Sea Lamprey
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Lecture 6 Ontario Ontario has the largest population of Canadas regions It has always been the economic engine of the country but in 2009 it received equalization payments from the federal government for the first time eve...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture 10: Geo 2010 Lecture 10
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Lecture 10 Atlantic Canada This region is home to the 3 Maritime provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island) and Newfoundland and Labrador These 4 provinces have the lowest populations of the Canadian prov...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Primary Sector Of The Economy, Carbon Price, Potash
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Lecture 11 European Explorers In 1575, Martin Frobisher reached Baffin Island while searching for a route to Asia Explored farther to the North! (Iqaluit) A battle ensued between his crew and the Inuit alo...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki
Geography 2010A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Directional Drilling, Canadian Alliance, Red River Colony
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Lecture 9 Prairie Provinces The Textbook refers to it as Western Canada This region is home to the provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba It is commonly referred to as the Prairie region however the no...

Geography
Geography 2010A/B
Mark Moscicki

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