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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonSpring

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dieldrin, Bioaccumulation, Smog

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We don"t have to buy it: water is very common in canada compared to other countries, we have lots of it and therefore lose sight of its value, we value
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonSummer

Geography 2011A/B Lecture 1: Module 1

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Natural regions of ontario: ontario lies (predominantly) in 2 types of natural regions, the canadian shield (aka the laurentian plateau) 90% of ontario
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonFall

Geography 2011A/B Lecture 1: Geo 2011- Lecture 1

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Ontario: iroquois word for lake ontario, sparkling water , rocks standing by the water . Toronto: also a native word, tarantou= place of meeting . 2nd
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonWinter

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Escherichia Coli, Anticonvulsant, Beta Blocker

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Water and the great lakes in canada, water is very common: common property, value land much more than water lose sight of its value ignore water except
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonWinter

Geography 2011A/B Lecture 1: Intro and Physical Geography

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Toronto: iroquois word for lake ontario, (cid:498)sparkling water(cid:499, (cid:498)rocks standing by the water(cid:499, tarantou = (cid:498)place of m
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonSummer

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Golden Horseshoe, Visible Minority, Coastal Erosion

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Boom of 60,000 to 117,000 in 1500s. Different tribes were in different locations (heterogeneous); the closer they were to the great lakes the more they
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonSummer

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: North American Free Trade Agreement

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No space for primary industries, so the rest dominate. Cities with diverse economies and good physical qualities. Capacity for innovation and change (b
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonFall

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lake Huron, Lake Superior, Swamp Water

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Neanderthal age of biology and philosophy, when it was supposed that nature exist for the convenience of man. Late great lakes (1987: william ashworth,
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonFall

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chicago River, Lake Huron, Lake Superior

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The film begins with a look a beluga whales in the st. lawrence river. Besides, it takes 350 years from water to get from l. superior to the ocean (abo
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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonFall

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Great Lakes Basin, Lake Ontario

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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonWinter

Geography 2011A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sea Lamprey, Eutrophication, Riparian Water Rights

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WESTERNGEOG 2011A/BWendy DickinsonFall

Geography 2011A/B Lecture 4: Geo 2011- Lecture 4

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Outline of lecture: heartland and hinterland. Heartland: urbanized; doesn"t have to be physically in the middle: core vs. periphery, metropolis vs. per
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