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GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Food Security, Greenland Ice Sheet, Arctic Ocean
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Marlee Lederer 12/5/17 Week 15A Disruptive Transformation of a Commons Approach is to mu...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Unintended Consequences, Background Radiation, Land Cover
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Marlee Lederer 12/12/17 Week 16A: A Few More Points About Anthropogenic Climate Change Social Responses: Option Bb? ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Anthropocentrism, Scientific Management
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Marlee Lederer 12/14/17 Week 16B: Review for Final Exam Key concepts are in RED on review slid...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: 2Degrees, Emissions Trading, Ocean Fertilization
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Marlee Lederer 12/7/17 Week 15B Social Responses: Mitigation Reduce GHG loadings into atm...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Quality Management
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Marlee Lederer 10/24/17 Week 9: Environment as a Natural Resource (cont.) & Environment as a Hazard/Risk Managing Water Resourc...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture 18: 10/26/17
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Marlee Lederer 10/26/17 Week 9 (cont.): Risks and Hazards The original, simple environment and society interacti...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Risk Perception
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Marlee Lederer 11/2/17 Week 10 (cont.): Risks & Hazards The Problem of Risk Perception ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Precautionary Principle, Social Capital, Nimby
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Marlee Lederer 11/9/17 Week 11: Water Crisis Love Canal: The beginning of a movement Env...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture 19: 10/31/17
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Marlee Lederer 10/31/17 Week 10: Hazards and Risk (cont.) & Boulders Hazard Mitigation Plan Human Adaptation to Hazards ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Mississippi River, Interstate Compact, Interbasin Transfer
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Marlee Lederer 10/19/17 Week 8 (cont.) - Wolf Case Study & Environment as a Natural Resource Boulder Water Case Study ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Revegetation, 2Degrees, Background Radiation
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Marlee Lederer 11/28/17 Week 14A Putting it all together: The Case of Anthropogenic Global Warming ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Anthropocentrism, Colorado River Compact, Lynn Townsend White Jr.
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Marlee Lederer 11/14/17 Chapter 12: The Puzzle of Uranium Producing nuclear fuel is a cumbersom...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Arctic Ocean, 2Degrees, Food Security
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Marlee Lederer 11/30/17 Week 14B Dose-Response: the carbon content of the atmosphere can be transl...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Wolf Reintroduction
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Marlee Lederer 10/17/17 Week 8: Wolf Case Study & Environment as a Natural Resource Wolves: Chapter 11 and Recitation ...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis
GEOG 1972 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dust Bowl, Market Failure, Openaccess
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Marlee Lederer 9/26/17 Week 5: Political Economy Chapter 3: Commodities and Markets The market r...

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GEOG 1972
William Travis

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