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UTSCESTC35H3Nicole KlenkWinter

ESTC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Environmental Migrant, Ecological Footprint, Water Efficiency

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4 Apr 2018
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Majority of the world"s population lives in cities (54%) and is set to grow to 66% by 2050. Much of this growth is in developing countries and in mega-
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UTSCESTC35H3Nicole KlenkWinter

ESTC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Carbon Sink, Permafrost, Nuclear Power

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4 Apr 2018
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The ipcc mandate is to collect and assess scientific, technical, and socio-economic information that is relevant to understanding human-induced climate
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UTSCESTC35H3Nicole KlenkWinter

ESTC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Iron Fertilization, Precautionary Principle

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4 Apr 2018
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Precautionary principle must be employed in cases of uncertainty. Russ george utilized the rhetorical ploy of salmon restoration to make his argument f
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UTSCESTC36H3Saul CohenFall

ESTC36H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Insular Biogeography, Conservation Biology, Community Management

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4 Apr 2018
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Attempts to manage third world nature have become: globalized, institutionalized, bureaucratized, professionalized. The environment is a domain of inte
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Social Theory, Intentionality, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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4 Apr 2018
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Ggrc24 lecture 3 - actor-network theory and the non-human. The modern constitution" informs popular and scientific understandings of nature. Separation
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Anti-Imperialism

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4 Apr 2018
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What gets to count as nature, for whom and when and how much it costs to produce nature at a particular moment in history for a particular group of peo
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Labour Power, Post-Structuralism, Social Relation

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4 Apr 2018
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Ggrc24 lecture 2 - the production of nature. A fundamental tension exists between nature as external to humanity and nature as a social relation. Repre
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: On Photography, Postcolonialism, Post-Structuralism

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4 Apr 2018
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Ggrc24 lecture 4 - post-colonialism and representations of nature. In the history of colonial invasion maps are always first drawn by the victors, sinc
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Edward Said, Discourse Analysis, Dispersed Knowledge

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4 Apr 2018
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Ggrc24 lecture 5 - thinking about research methods, from the visual to the. As wainwright suggests, representational and post-colonial approaches force
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Counterpoint, Temperate Climate, Traditional Ecological Knowledge

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4 Apr 2018
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The true north is an empty page onto which can be projected images of the essence of canadian-ness and also images to define one"s urban existence agai
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Anti-Imperialism, Landscape Painting, Canadian Art

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4 Apr 2018
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Ggrc24 lecture 7 - art, nationalism, and anti-colonialism. The land is always outside the human experience. In the canadian story and image, if the pro
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UTSCGGRC24H3Michael EkersSpring

GGRC24H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Alberni Inlet, Clayoquot Sound, Meares Island

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4 Apr 2018
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UTSCESTC36H3Saul CohenFall

ESTC36H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Kalahari Desert, San People, Conservation International

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26 Dec 2017
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Estc36 lecture 3 - histories of the environment. Far from being the one place on earth that stands apart humanity, it is quite profoundly a human creat
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Antonio Gramsci, Moral Economy, Political Ecology

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19 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 9 - environmental subjects and identities. Appropriate of natural resources by the state, private sector, elites etc, result in increase
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Usufruct, Overfishing, Antonio Gramsci

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19 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 10 - political objects and actors. Political identities and social struggles are linked to basic issues of livelihoods and environmental
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 11: The Christian Empire and Late Antiquity Lecture Notes, Dec.4

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19 Dec 2017
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Claa04 lecture 11 - the christian empire and late antiquity (337-650 ad). What"s going on up to 3rd century ad: 161-166 ad - major war between the roma
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 10: The Roman World II- The Roman Empire, Crisis, and Reform Lecture & Podcast Notes, Nov.27

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19 Dec 2017
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Claa04 lecture 10 - the roman world ii: the roman empire, crisis, and reform (30 bc to 180 ad) New provinces are left with local rule but a roman gover
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 9: Roman World I, Origins and Republic Lecture & Podcast Notes, Nov.20

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19 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 9 - roman world i, origins and republic (800-30 bc). Smaller rivers used for communication and transportation. Unlike greece, the geogra
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 6: Iron Age Empires, Assyria and Babylonia Lecture & Podcast Notes, Oct.23

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19 Dec 2017
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Claa04 lecture 6 - iron age empires, assyria and babylonia (900-500 bc). Culturally they are directly descended from the canaanites already leaving in
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 5: The Egyptian New Kingdom, Invaders, and a “Dark” Age Lecture & Podcast Notes, Oct. 16

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19 Dec 2017
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Claa04 lecture 5 - the egyptian new kingdom, invaders, and a dark age (1200-900. Kamose"s brother continued the campaigns against the hyksos. The new k
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3 Lecture 4: Neighbours and Late Bronze Age Powers Lecture & Podcast Notes, Oct. 2

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19 Dec 2017
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Claa04h3 lecture 4 - neighbours and late bronze age powers (1500-1200 bc). Economically powerful state, in a marginal zone of the middle euphrates. Set
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UTSGFOR200H1Faisal MoolaFall

FOR200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Soil Structure, Pioneer Species, Jack Pine

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17 Dec 2017
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Forest harvesting: is a general term for the removal of biomass from the forest for use. Harvesting includes cutting, sometimes further initial process
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UTSGFOR200H1Faisal MoolaFall

FOR200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Doig River, Intact Forest Landscape, Treaty 8 Tribal Association

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17 Dec 2017
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For200 lecture 6 - protecting the peace, indigenous-led conservation in canada"s. Canada"s boreal forest is the largest forest biome on the planet. Onl
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UTSGFOR200H1Faisal MoolaFall

FOR200H1 Lecture 8: Temperate Rainforests Lecture & Reading Notes, Nov. 13.

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17 Dec 2017
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For200 lecture 8 - the forgotten rainforests - temperate rainforests. Modern distribution is less than historic distributions. Historically north and s
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UTSGFOR200H1Faisal MoolaFall

FOR200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bioaccumulation, Rachel Carson, Meta-Analysis

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17 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 10 - neonicotinoids, the new ddt. Natural areas such as wetlands are drained and converted into agricultural landscapes. Farmland and pa
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Antler Orogeny, Island Arc, Orogeny

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11 Dec 2017
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Great rift valleys fracture pangea (200 ma). Evaporites forming in the incipient (beginning) rift. Figure 1: building the west coast - the western cord
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Euramerica, Taconic Orogeny, Alleghanian Orogeny

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11 Dec 2017
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Affected marine invertebrates, decreased the diversity of trilobites, brachiopods, bryozoans, rugose corals, stromatoporoids. Figure 1: the late paleoz
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Ordovician Radiation, Sea Level, Panthalassa

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11 Dec 2017
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Radiation of the main phyla of marine invertebrates. Low sea levels during times of orogeny. The iapetus, rheic, panthalassa, and tethys oceans. Statis
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Geomorphology, Laurentide Ice Sheet, Pleistocene

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11 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 16 - glacial dynamics and geomorphology, predicting the future of ice. A glacier: is perennial ice that forms on land and moves under it
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture 15: The Paleozoic Part I. Cambrian - Ordovician Lecture Notes, Nov. 6

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11 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 15 - the paleozoic part i: cambrian - ordovician. Gssp: global boundary stratotype section and point. For most of the precambrian, bound
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Diamictite, Rodinia, Superior Craton

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11 Dec 2017
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Mountain-building episode resulting in the formation of the nena and arctica continents. Occurred in the southern margin of the superior province. Figu
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Conflict Thesis, Political Ecology, Feminist Theory

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1 Dec 2017
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Conservation Biology, Political Ecology, Andrew P. Vayda

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1 Dec 2017
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Ggrb21 lecture 7 - biodiversity conservation and control. Political ecology forces us to think critically about nature. Article by vayda and walters ag
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Political Ecology, Immanuel Kant, Soil Conservation

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1 Dec 2017
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Ggrb21 lecture 2 - the fundamentals, apolitical vs political ecologies. This course explores how politics, the economy, history and culture shape and a
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UTSCGGRB21H3Thembela KepeFall

GGRB21H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Political Ecology

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1 Dec 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 11 - the future and challenges of political ecology. Political and economic systems are affected by non-human actors (climate, grass, ba
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UTSCCLAA04H3Tracy SpurrierFall

CLAA04H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 94 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Understand the overarching chronology and geography of the ancient civilizations of the. Explain the main environmental, socioeconomic, and cultural fe
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UTSGFOR200H1Faisal MoolaFall

FOR200H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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For200 lecture 1 - conservation of canada"s forests. Canada is one of the top 50 most urbanized countries. More than half of our gdp was generated from
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UTSGFOR201H1Sean ThomasWinter

FOR201H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 148 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Chapter 1 - tropical rainforests, myths and inspirations: Many myths still color the feelings and judgements of objectively minded scientists. A rainfo
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture 13: Proterozoic Eon Lecture Notes, Oct. 30

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4 Nov 2017
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Figure 1: geologic eons as a proportion of geologic time. A number of cratons, made from the accretion of geologic terranes (granite-greenstone belts).
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UTSCEESB15H3Heidi DaxbergerFall

EESB15H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Magic 2Ch, Gneiss, Jack Hills

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4 Nov 2017
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Eesb15 lecture 11 - the hadean (4. 6-4. 0 ga) october 23rd, 2017. Core atmosphere, and moon form before 4. 4 ga. Inner core, outer core, mantle, a bit
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