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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Byrsonima Crassifolia, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Fair Market Value

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12 Nov 2011
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Fertilizer, Smog, Halocarbon

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12 Nov 2011
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Human activity has released carbon from sequestration in long-term reservoirs. Human activities accelerate the uxes of material from one reservoir to a
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

Chapter 6 and 10 - Class #25

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12 Nov 2011
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Plastic dumped into the sea harms wildlife. Sea turtles mistake plastic bags for jelly sh. In us 60-80%of marine litter is plastic. Human in uences on
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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Weighted Arithmetic Mean

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2 Nov 2011
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Cogs = bi + purchases = good available for sale - ending inventory = cogs. Cash goes down or accounts payable goes up. 52 tires at 10 ea = 520 plus 35
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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Income Statement

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2 Nov 2011
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Looking at the balance sheet and the relationship to income statements. For example: if 100% certain m incoming. If 95% certain meaning 5% wont pay the
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Upwelling, Downwelling, Ocean

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2 Nov 2011
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Water that is too cold causes problems. Removing streamside cover also raises water temperature. Water at the bottom of reservoirs is colder. When wate
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Benthic Zone, Littoral Zone, Silt

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2 Nov 2011
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Frequent deposition of silt makes oodplain soils fertile. Floodplain = areas nearest to the river"s course that are ooded periodically. Riparian = rive
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Clearcutting, Ocean Current, Fisheries Management

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2 Nov 2011
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We are placing unprecedented pressure on marine resources. Half the world"s marine sh populations are fully exploited. 25% of sh population are overexp
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Water Cycle, Aquifer, Electricity Generation

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2 Nov 2011
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Oligotrophic lakes and ponds = have low nutrient and high oxygen conditions. Eutrophic lakes and ponds = have high nutrient and low oxygen conditions.
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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Income Statement, New Balance, Earnings Before Interest And Taxes

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19 Oct 2011
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Water Cycle, Coevolution

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18 Oct 2011
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Silt, Limnetic Zone, Benthic Zone

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18 Oct 2011
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Frequent deposition of silt makes oodplain soils fertile. Floodplain = areas nearest to the river"s course that are ooded periodically. Riparian = rive
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BROCK UMGMT 1P93Herb F Mac KenzieFall

MGMT 1P93 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Videotelephony, World Trade Organization, Oligopoly

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15 Oct 2011
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Chapter 1 questions: what is the role of business in the economy, de ne business and discuss the role of business in the economy. Business - any activi
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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

Chapter 4 - Class #4

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9 Oct 2011
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Accounting process (not required for tests: transaction / source document, analyze transaction, journalize, post to ledger, trial balance, gather data
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Organism, Potential Energy, Ecolo

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9 Oct 2011
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Community - an assemblage of species living in the same place at the same time. A scientist will most likely choose their favorite organism and study o
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Intraspecific Competition, Primary Production, Niche Differentiation

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9 Oct 2011
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Energy can be changed from one form to another. When energy is changed from one form to another, some is degraded into heat. Heat is a less usable form
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Apopka, Florida, Animal Testing, Environment And Climate Change Canada

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9 Oct 2011
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Stockholm Convention On Persistent Organic Pollutants, Dielectric, Bioavailability

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9 Oct 2011
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Some of the original uses were as chemical weapons. Later in the later 1920s and 1930s, industry began to manufacture polychlorinated biphenyls (pcbs),
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ultraviolet, Hectare, John Holdren

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9 Oct 2011
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Provides climate stability - provides us the climate we live in. Without our environment we would be fried to death - protects us from ultraviolet radi
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Taylor & Francis, Academic Search

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9 Oct 2011
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Human population growth exacerbates all environmental problems. The growth rate has slowed, but we still add more than 200,000 people to the planet eac
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Repeatability

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9 Oct 2011
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Land Ethic, George Perkins Marsh, Clifford Sifton

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9 Oct 2011
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The peer review process keeps low-quality and incorrect scienti c manuscripts from being published. The peer review process starts with the researcher
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BROCK USCIE 1P50Caroline StarrsFall

SCIE 1P50 Lecture Notes - Garrett Hardin, Capitalism, Rachel Carson

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9 Oct 2011
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Ddt - to get rid of beetles at michigan state university, used on trees. Worms dying, fewer robins to no robins, dna damages to birds. 1954-1961, spray
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BROCK UECON 1P91Professor CottrelFall

ECON 1P91 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inferior Good, Normal Good, Price Ceiling

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30 Sep 2011
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Responsiveness of demand to a change in income ni = %delta q^d / %delta income ni > 0 normal good. Ni =< 1 income inelastic ni < 0 inferior good. Norma
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BROCK UECON 1P91Professor CottrelFall

ECON 1P91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sport Utility Vehicle

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29 Sep 2011
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BROCK UECON 1P91Professor CottrelFall

ECON 1P91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Strn

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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

MATH 1P98 Lecture Notes - Cookie Dough

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 5 - Class #8

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 4 & 5 - Class #7

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

MATH 1P98 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: European Credit Transfer And Accumulation System, Npr

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMGMT 1P93Herb F Mac KenzieFall

Chapter 1: Business Now - Class #4

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMGMT 1P93Herb F Mac KenzieFall

MGMT 1P93 Lecture Notes - Seri People, Faun

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMGMT 1P93Herb F Mac KenzieFall

Brands - Class #1

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 1 & 2 - Class #2

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28 Sep 2011
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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 3 - Class #3

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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 1 - Class #1

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BROCK UMATH 1P98Dot MinersFall

Chapter 4 - Class #5

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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Lecture Notes - Accrual, Net Income, Income Statement

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28 Sep 2011
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Ta - marker - michael- 905-964-3222 - text or call or leave message. Subtract sales returns & allowances (sr&a) --> seen in cash, ar. Subtract cost of
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BROCK UACTG 1P91Linda StillabowerFall

ACTG 1P91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Financial Statement, Income Statement, Retained Earnings

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28 Sep 2011
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Assets: resources available to the entity to generate more resources. Retained earnings: earnings generated that the company has kept. Accounting: an i
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BROCK UECON 1P91Professor CottrelFall

ECON 1P91 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Opportunity Cost

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28 Sep 2011
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The study of the use of scarce or limited resources to satisfy unlimited human wants. A society"s resources are usually divided into land, labour and c
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