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UTMECO100Y5Kalina StaubFall

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Canadian Dollar, Nominal Interest Rate, Intermediate Good

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In general, interest rate is the cost of borrowing money for a specified amount of time. Typically, this is expressed in percentage points per year, so
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina StaubFall

ECO100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frictional Unemployment, Gross Domestic Product, Price Level

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10 Apr 2018
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19 what macroeconomics is all about part 1. January 8, 2014 the study of how the economy functions in the aggregate without much attention paid to indi
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Marginal Cost, Allocative Efficiency, Longrun

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10 Apr 2018
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Variable Cost, Marginal Product, Opportunity Cost

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10 Apr 2018
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While analyzing the supply side of the market we will have to make certain assumptions: a firm is a single decision making-unit. This allows up to abst
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30-31: Potential Output, Monetary Policy, Nairu

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10 Apr 2018
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Chapter 30 & 31 inflation and unemployment. Nairu (or non-accelerating inflation rate of unemployment) natural rate of unemployment. The nairu is not e
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Complete Market, Price Discrimination, Taipei Metro

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10 Apr 2018
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Chapter 10 monopoly, cartels, and price discrimination. Much like perfect competition is on one end of the spectrum where firms have no market power, m
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Jennifer Garner, Economic Surplus, Demand Curve

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10 Apr 2018
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Eco100-chapter 5 (ish) notes, part 1: welfare economics. Welfare economics=studies how the allocation of resources affects economic well-being. We can
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Snickers, Peanut Butter, Sun Chips

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10 Apr 2018
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By the end of this chapter you should be able to: Explain the law of demand and determinants of demand . Explain the law of supply and determinants of
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34: Comparative Advantage, Countervailing Duties, Canada Revenue Agency

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10 Apr 2018
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lead, Ceteris Paribus, Shampoo

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10 Apr 2018
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Eco100 2013-2014 chapter 4 notes (all sections except 4. 3) Elasticity-measure of the responsiveness of one variable to a change in another variable. P
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UTMECO100Y5Kalina Staub

ECO100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Output Gap, Inflation Targeting, Potential Output

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10 Apr 2018
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The bank of canada cannot set the money supply and all interest rates directly since the growth of the money supply depends on leading actions of comme
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nuclear Fusion, Continental Drift, Demographic Transition

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10 Apr 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Final: Env exam review term 2

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10 Apr 2018
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Africa is a nation rich of natural resources including copper, cobalt, gold, diamonds, uranium and timber. Thus the miners ended up with little and the
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ecological Relationship, Greenhouse Effect, Bromine

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10 Apr 2018
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Both common and harmful [ex sulphur dioxide (so2 or sox or trs), nitrogen dioxide (no2 or nox), particulate matter (pm by particle size), volatile orga
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Leachate, Net Metering

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10 Apr 2018
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Energy alternatives: nonrenewable: oil and natural gas (petroleum), coal, alternative fossil fuels (tar sands, oil shales, shale gas), nuclear energy (
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Asthenosphere, Himalayas, Metamorphic Rock

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10 Apr 2018
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In a closed system, energy can be exchanged between the system and its surroundings: stromatolites a calcareous mound built up of layers of lime-secret
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Volcanism, Allopatric Speciation, Nitrification

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Overexploitation, Biomagnification, Habitat Fragmentation

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10 Apr 2018
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What is carbon sequestration: long-term storage of carbon in a reservoir, such as in limestone or in the biomass of trees, mercury can be sequestered i
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fictitious Force, Westerlies, Cold Front

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10 Apr 2018
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Amd: stage 3: refining/sheltering: discharge of airborne contaminants, including heavy metals; organics; sulphur, etc. , slag heaps, indirect effects f
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Pore Space In Soil, Drainage Basin, Ocean Current

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 40: freshwater systems & water resources (i) (11-1-16) Water is what makes us unique: shapes the surface of the earth, allows for life, makes e
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 41: Mod 4 - Week 1 - Mineral Resources and Mining

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 37: mineral resources & mining (i) (4-1-16) Earth resources are extracted from the solid earth: earth resources are: nonrenewable on a humanly
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Forest Ecology, Agroforestry, Capillary Action

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1 Apr 2018
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Mature forests are complex ecosystems: provide habitat, maintain soil, air, and water quality, and play key roles in biogeochemical cycles. Trees provi
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Easter Island, Reconciliation Ecology, Forest Ecology

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1 Apr 2018
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Continuation of session 30: conservation of species & habitats (done on session 31: Exploitation trade in endangered species: only 50 years left" for f
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Species Evenness, Deep Ecology, Mescaline

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 30: conservation of species & habitats (i) (18-11-15) Organisms provide drugs and medicines: plants: in response to herbivory, they produce: cy
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Mariculture, Wild Fisheries, Eutrophication

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1 Apr 2018
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What is aquaculture: the farming of aquatic organisms in inland and coastal areas, involving intervention in the rearing process to enhance production
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Marasmus, Food Security, Kwashiorkor

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1 Apr 2018
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Almost 1 billion people don"t get enough to eat on a regular basis. Approximately 1 billion people are overweight or obese. Diseases of malnutrition: m
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Land Degradation, Overgrazing

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1 Apr 2018
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Soil erosion: transport and deposition (someplace else) of sediment, natural process; often accelerated by human activities, problem when it occurs fas
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Parent Material, Regolith, Soil Conservation

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Doubling Time, Demographic Transition, Sustainable Development

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1 Apr 2018
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Demography is the study of human populations: demographers study, population size, density and distribution, age structure, sex ratio, birth, death, im
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Trophic Level, Secondary Succession, Biome

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 19: species interactions and community ecology (ii) (23-10-15) It takes a lot of grass to make a hamburger! What limits length of food chains:
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Hyoid Bone, Neoteny, Bipedalism

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1 Apr 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Logistic Function, Carrying Capacity, Interspecific Competition

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 18: species interactions and community ecology (i) (21-10-15) Populations may grow, shrink, or remain stable: natality = births, mortality = de
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Vancouver Island Marmot, Sympatric Speciation, Great Tit

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1 Apr 2018
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Session 17: evolution, biodiversity and population ecology (iii) (19-10-15) Populations can be separated in many ways: sympatric speciation = populatio
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Belgian Blue, Genetic Variation, Natural Selection

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Positive Feedback, Negative Feedback

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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Biogeochemical Cycle, Photic Zone, Transpiration

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1 Apr 2018
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Energy converted by primary producers: growth, maintenance (respiration), reproduction. Net primary productivity (npp) = gross primary productivity (gp
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Arthur Tansley, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Ecosystem Ecology

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1 Apr 2018
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Ecosystem ecology: study of interactions among organisms and their physical environment as an integrated system. Sir arthur george tansley (1871-1955:
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Systems Theory, Session 9, Biomagnification

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1 Apr 2018
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Env session 9: earth"s environmental systems and cycles (28-9-15) Read chp 3 case the plight of st. lawrence belugas. A system is a portion of the univ
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Plate Tectonics, Atmospheric Chemistry, Soil Chemistry

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1 Apr 2018
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UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Acasta Gneiss, Formation And Evolution Of The Solar System, Interstellar Cloud

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