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Ontario And The Great Lakes

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Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: North American Free Trade Agreement
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Lecture 4.1 Heartland Description of a Heartland ~ Toronto Small land area High concentration of people Highly urbanized Corporate control (headquarters and decision makers) No space for Primary industries, so the res...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golden Horseshoe, Visible Minority, Coastal Erosion
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Lecture 2.1 Social Geography Questions to think about 1. Who are we? 2. Where do we live? (trends) 3. What drive pop. growth? 4. What are the impacts of pop. increases and decreases? Early Ontario Natives arrived about 10...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Getgo, Canadian Shield, Competitive Advantage
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Lecture 3 Economic Geography Levels of Economic Activity 1. Primary: Extraction of raw materials, drove Canada from getgo 2. Secondary: Conversion of raw materialsadding value to 3. Tertiary: Services 4. Quaternary: Collec...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lake Huron, Hydroelectricity, Papermaking
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Geography 2011: Ontario and the Great Lakes Page 1 MODULE FIVE Ontario: Economic Development and Future Trends Goals and Objectives: This module is desi...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mid North, Canada Revenue Agency, Urban Sprawl
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Geography 2011: Ontario and the Great Lakes Page 1 MODULE SIX Ontarios North: A Land Apart (Hinterland in the Heartland?) Goals and Objectives: This...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Simcoe County, Arena, Transportation Planning
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MODULE FOUR Ontario: Population and Settlement Patterns Goals and Objectives: This module is designed to outline the historical patterns of settlement in Ontario and population changes over time. At the end of the module...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon, Point Source Pollution, Biomagnification
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MODULE TWO State of the Great Lakes: Water Quality and Quantity Goals and Objectives: This module is designed to provide an overview of the state of the environment in the Great Lakes (and in Ontario to a lesser extent)....

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Great Lakes Basin, International Joint Commission, United States Environmental Protection Agency
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MODULE THREE Management of the Great Lakes Goals and Objectives: This module is designed to outline the framework for managing the Great Lakes (both in terms of water quality and quantity) between the 2 national governme...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture 1: Module 1
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MODULE ONE Natural Regions of Ontario Natural Regions of Ontario Ontario lies (predominantly) in 2 types of natural regions: 1. The Canadian Shield (aka the Laurentian Plateau) 2. Inter...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Atlantic Cod, Exclusive Economic Zone, Factory Ship

Food from the Sea - Much of the fish (and other seafood) that we eat is harvested/hunted from the wild. - From the 1950s, the proportion of fish and other seafood that is from aquaculture (farmed) has gone from almost 0...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Selective Breeding, Plasmin, Monarch Butterfly

GMOs GMOs (I) Traditional Agriculture (10,000 years ago) - Origin: People who were gathering seeds/fruits picked the bigger, tastier, and sweeter fruits and brought them back to the camp and discarde...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Soil Salinity, Urban Agriculture, Sustainable Agriculture

Organic Agriculture Green Revolution - Allowed us to increase food production to feed our growing population, BUT: - fertilizer runoffs lead to algal blooms and pose threat to human health - irrigation ca...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Golden Horseshoe, North American Free Trade Agreement

Heartland Process Federal government might have an interest to create a strong, industrial economy in a certain region bc of its competitive advantage so they create policies and regulations to encourage this to happen. ...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Softwood, Canadian Shield

Forestry In Southern Ontario, as population was growing we cleared the forest to make agricultural land Then, we began to commercial logging for forest products (for construction, and papermaking, which we are worldleade...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson
Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Great Lakes Region, Ontario Power Generation, Air1

Great Lakes State of Environment Overall loadings have been reduced? TRUE, but they are increasing again Level of toxicity continues to decline? FALSE levelled off and increasing Endofpipe is under control? FALSE point ...

Geography
Geography 2011A/B
Wendy Dickinson

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