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GEOG 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Internally Displaced Person, Oceanic Crust, Northern Hemisphere

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7 Dec 2018
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Quinary, Industrial Revolution, Information Processing

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3 Dec 2018
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Economic activity is generally classified into three major sectors. Activities that harvest or extract something directly from the earth. Activities th
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GEOG 1000 Lecture 42: 11/30 Lecture Notes

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Large disadvantages: more wealth potentially through resources, vast areas can be inaccessible and have high cost of transportation, requires minimal a
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GEOG 1000 Lecture 41: 11/28 Lecture Notes

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4 Dec 2018
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Cities in west europe often come from medieval origins, have renaissance restructuring, and industrial sections from the industrial revolution. These c
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Central Place Theory, Spatial Mismatch

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3 Dec 2018
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Urban settlements rise from three main site and situation characteristics. Most metropolitan areas have access to a navigable waterway (important befor
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Gross National Income, Birmingham City Centre, Primate City

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3 Dec 2018
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Countries grow from core area and expand over time. Core area generally contains the highest population densities and largest/most important cities: ca
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Genetically Modified Food, Intensive Farming, Insecticide

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8 Nov 2018
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Quiz will be based on video and following questions: Although some people are willing to pay more to resist gmo, plenty of farmers and scientists are c
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Renewable Energy, Industrial Revolution

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31 Oct 2018
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Geologic resources - know the information about the 8 most abundant elements on the earth"s crust. (slide 17) will give a list of elements with one wro
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UCONNGEOG 1000Awanti Acharya, Hui WangFall

GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Quinary, Industrial Revolution, Information Processing

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3 Dec 2018
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Economic activity is generally classified into three major sectors. Activities that harvest or extract something directly from the earth. Activities th
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Hacienda, Sub-Saharan Africa, Northeast Megalopolis

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12 Nov 2018
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Many countries have an uneven distribution of land. Spanish hacienda system left most of the land in the hands of the elite. Money flows into these eli
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GEOG 1000 Lecture 1: 08/29 Lecture Notes 1

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1 Oct 2018
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The study of the earth - its people, physical environments, resources - and the interactions among the various components. Studies characteristics of p
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Paleolithic, Neolithic, Northern Hemisphere

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17 Oct 2018
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Europe: 1/6 billion, 1. 5 billion, 750 million. Varies because of natural resources and climate zones. Arithmetic (crude) density: number of people div
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Evapotranspiration, Transpiration

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1 Oct 2018
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Human activity is putting more pressure on the ecosystems within which the recycling processes related to water, carbon, nitrogen, and other nutrients.
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GEOG 1000 Lecture 25: 10/22 Lecture Notes

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22 Oct 2018
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One of the most important part of human geography. Symbolic: can"t see but can feel effects of (language, religion, law) Material: can see, touch, and
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: South American Plate, North American Plate, Eurasian Plate

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10 Oct 2018
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Push, move, raise surface of the earth. Scour, wash, wear surface of the earth. Quick changes occurs in case like volcanic eruption or earthquakes. Lon
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Externality, Magnesium

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10 Oct 2018
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Anything that is created through a natural process that is beneficial to humans. Proved reserve: a natural resource that has been identified as economi
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Gross National Income, Birmingham City Centre, Primate City

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3 Dec 2018
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Countries grow from core area and expand over time. Core area generally contains the highest population densities and largest/most important cities: ca
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GEOG 1000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Angle, Background Radiation, Radiant Energy

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1 Oct 2018
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Every form of matter emits energy known as electromagnetic radiation. Distance from peak of one wave to next peak is the wavelength of the radiation. N
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