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UTMGGR287H5p.dWinter

GGR287H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Walter Plowright, Rinderpest, Raw Milk

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24 Apr 2013
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List three reasons why, according to proponents of the practice, it is preferable to keep them indoors rather than to let roam roam outside. List three
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UTMGGR287H5p.dWinter

GGR287H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hydraulic Press, Vegetable Oil, Subsistence Agriculture

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22 Apr 2013
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According to your professor, what are the basic characteristics of subsistence agriculture(or globally-important. Basic characteristics of subsistence:
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UTMGGR267H5profWinter

Study Questions GGR367 Spring 2013 (1-12)-1.docx

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14 Apr 2013
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While not exhaustive, these questions are meant to give you a good idea of the questions likely to be used on the final exam. Throughout the first lect
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UTMGGR378H5BarbaramWinter

GGR378H5 Lecture Notes - Global Warming

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14 Apr 2013
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UTMGGR353H5Caroline BarakatWinter

GGR353H5 Lecture Notes - Health Promotion, Structuration Theory, Class Conflict

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14 Apr 2013
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UTMGGR288H5Harvey ShearFall

GGR288H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Edwards Aquifer, Aquifer, Overdrafting

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14 Apr 2013
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In 2002 only about 27% of the waste water was treated. From 122 countries mexico is ranked 106 in its water quality eg. it is very low. High phosphorus
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Scientific Management, Food Security, Cash Crop

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11 Apr 2013
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* on the final exam there will be geo lit exam so practice the quizzes that he has showed us. Through scientific management produce more food on existi
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Fordism, Horizontal Integration, Product Differentiation

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11 Apr 2013
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*as you move from one stage you are adding value. Globalization of production & consumption ( point of production not same as point of consumption) Sta
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Plants And Animals, Physical Geography, Neolithic Revolution

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11 Apr 2013
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We argue that primary actives should always be moving up wards. Higher level are advance and more educated ex. us uni students will be moving up the ec
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Total Fertility Rate, Infant Mortality, Population Pyramid

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11 Apr 2013
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Do not consider population structure, based upon total population ex. A lot of old ppl= death rate high, young ppl= birth rate high. Tfr is the number
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

Population Geo lecture 9.docx

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11 Apr 2013
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Ideas and theories about population, and how ppl argue the relationship between environment & population. Malthus was an economist, clergy man, and eng
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Soil Fertility, Food Security, Agribusiness

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11 Apr 2013
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What was the green revolution characteristics, mechanisms, issues. Capital requirements ( requires a lot of money) *poorer farmers pushed onto less fer
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

lec 18 Urban Geo.docx

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11 Apr 2013
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Changes in function commercial, industrial functions require certain things example near water due to acess of raw material , service. Urban planning-
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Canola, Herbicide, Pesticide

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11 Apr 2013
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*scientists become more specific as they are narrowing down the range transferring chromosomes. Implications of change to transgenics speed, accuracy g
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Single V, Transportation Planning, Smart Growth

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11 Apr 2013
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Urban sustainability- the livable city (key ideas of separation"s) Transportation planning ( density will determine what type of transportation will be
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sustainable Agriculture, Plants And Animals, Organic Food

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11 Apr 2013
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Missed class last week prof did continuation and start of new slides sustainable agriculture. Heirloom varieties plants & animals ( purple and yellow p
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Gated Community, Deindustrialization, Land Values

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11 Apr 2013
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City residents will often sort on the basis of: Income/economic class ( correlation)- higher income higher flexibility of choice to decided where to li
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Landfill Gas, Bottom Ash, Leachate

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11 Apr 2013
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Week, Research And Development, Tiger Woods

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11 Apr 2013
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Freedom of investment out sourcing of jobs indirect and direct investment. Countries should open their markets dismantle trade/investment barriers. Rac
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Paneer, Westernization

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11 Apr 2013
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Gives us a sense of belonging and identity, controls. Is a living entity it needs to change. Domination-b/c of modernization there is donation taking p
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Mercator Projection, Existentialism, Economic Geography

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11 Apr 2013
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The discipline of geography lecture 02 4/11/2013 6:39:00 am. Mercator projection: shows the whole map of the world. Early map of north america: map sho
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Human Geography

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11 Apr 2013
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Multiple Choice

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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

geo111 final exam notes-1.docx

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11 Apr 2013
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Globalization is when production and distribution isn"t constrained by national boundaries (i. e. translational corporations) 1920/30s a lot of trade b
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UTMANT357H5Todd SandersWinter

ANT357H5 Lecture Notes - Cassava, White Meat, Animism

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1 Apr 2013
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Xingy ( multi- lingual group) and they are connected through exchange, indigenous park, brazil. Wauja people plant orchards (fruit trees) and passed do
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UTMGGR288H5Harvey ShearFall

GGR288H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Horizontal Integration, Ford Model T, Diorite

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3 Feb 2013
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Direct investment putting all there money to one product (risky- putting all your eggs in one basket, which may lead to bank r. ) It an assembly line,
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UTMANT357H5Todd SandersFall

ANT357H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bourgeoisie, Enquire, List Of Domesticated Animals

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3 Feb 2013
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Compare and contrast how these three thinkers defined what it is to be human. Main point: labor and alienation ( the exploration of labour) two classes
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UTMGGR111H5laydonFall

GGR111H5 Lecture Notes - Solar Irradiance, Landfill Gas, Mercator Projection

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3 Feb 2013
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Human geography- grr111 lecture 01 9/30/2012 7:57:00 am. Cartoon pointing out: we as a population have become completely unaware of whats going on. *85
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UTMANT357H5Todd SandersFall

ANT357H5 Lecture Notes - Fire Breathing, Classless Society, Philology

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3 Feb 2013
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A man kept in a house isolated form all, he had no concept of the world and he did not know that human existed, food given to him while he was sleeping
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UTMANT203H5Konstantine K ZakzanisWinter

ant 203 notes

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22 Apr 2012
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UTMGGR287H5p.dWinter

GGR287H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Insecticide, Agribusiness, Agrochemical

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22 Apr 2012
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Blue revolution: the concerted effort to increase the industrially farmed production of a diverse array of aquatic species. Revolution, the blue revolu
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UTMGGR287H5p.dWinter

GGR287H5 Study Guide - Haute Cuisine, Plants And Animals, Walmart

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7 Feb 2012
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UTSGANT203Y1Maryam NargolwallaFall

lecture notes 7

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11 Dec 2011
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Cranial morphology: size, post-orbital bar/closure, surface structures. Dental morphology: dental formula, tooth size, tooth morphology bilophodonty, y
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UTMANT200H5Chris WattsFall

ANT200H5 Study Guide - Olmec Colossal Heads, Maya Script, Cenote

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2 Dec 2011
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Lecture 9: complex society in mesoamerica: mesoamerica- central america. Guatemala, belize, and parts of honduras: associated with maya and aztec, maya
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

lecture notes 8

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2 Dec 2011
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Lecture 8: complex society in south and east asia: essay is due next week, upload a copy to turnitin, print off originality report and append to back o
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Euphrates, Soil Salinity, Eridu

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2 Dec 2011
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Earliest signs of complexity and statehood in mesopotamia (southern iraq): writing, urbanization, agriculture. Environmental context: low rainfall: wat
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Ancestral Puebloans, Crop Yield, High Civilization

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2 Dec 2011
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October 24, 2011: research paper is due four weeks from today in lecture, next week"s tutorials are devoted to improving your research and writing. Wha
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Maya Ceramics, Death Mask

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2 Dec 2011
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The doing of archaeology: kinds and scales of archaeological data, field methods and analysis. Archaeological record: the matrices in which artefacts,
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Blackboard, Scantron Corporation

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2 Dec 2011
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Tutorials are held every other week beginning the week of sept. 26th. Blackboard features: syllabus and other course documents, lecture summaries, assi
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UTSGANT200Y1Christopher WattsFall

ANT200Y1 Lecture Notes - Processual Archaeology, Lewis Binford, Archaeological Culture

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2 Dec 2011
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Term test 1 on dec. 5 will be held in ex200 from 6-8pm. Next week"s reading is boast (1997) a small company of actors . What is a paradigm: a philosoph
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