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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Population Reference Bureau, Gross Domestic Product, Natural Disaster

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31 Jan 2020
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Let"s say that you have been hired by the un to help them with the international strategy for disaster. You are asked to prepare a country risk profile
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Eurasian Plate, Natural Disaster

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31 Jan 2020
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The most serious sources of risk to this country consists of water related hazards such as floods, caused by tsunamis or other reasons. Earthquakes pla
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Population Reference Bureau, Krakatoa, Natural Disaster

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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: 1883 Eruption Of Krakatoa, West Java, Jakarta Bay

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31 Jan 2020
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1883 krakatau eruption in indonesia and dangers of anak krakatau case study. The august 1883 eruption of krakatau ( krakatoa ) was one of the worst eve
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Apa Style

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31 Jan 2020
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The objectives of the proposal are to articulate a specific research focus; to delineate the depth and breadth of the chosen topic; to practice writing
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture 5: KWAskinganAnalyticalQuestion

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31 Jan 2020
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An important step in writing academic essays is to ask a good analytical question, one that poses a challenging way to address the central text(s) you
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: 1883 Eruption Of Krakatoa, Krakatoa, Cumulonimbus Cloud

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31 Jan 2020
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The august 1883 eruption of krakatau ( krakatoa ) was one of the worst ever recorded in history. It was a catastrophic event that resulted in the death
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture 1: Annotated Biblio Assignment 2018

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31 Jan 2020
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You are asked to prepare an annotated bibliography summarizing five scholarly references that will be used in the preparation of your case study. The o
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UTMJGE378H5Barbara MurckWinter

JGE378H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: 1883 Eruption Of Krakatoa, Krakatoa, Popular Area

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31 Jan 2020
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1883 krakatau eruption in indonesia and dangers of anak krakatau case study. Geographical society of new york, 19, 233 253. This scientific article is
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UTMGGR210H5Paul mockingWinter

GGR210H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Marxist Geography, Critical Rationalism, Karl Popper

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11 Jan 2020
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Karl popper proposed in the 1960s that theory does not reflect the real world. It is not possible to determine a truth; it is only possible to assess w
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UTMGGR210H5Paul mockingWinter

GGR210H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Geography, Cultural Geography, Environmental Determinism

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11 Jan 2020
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Chapter 1 of del casino, vincent jr. (2009)_social geography a critical introduction. A philosophy positing that social development is determined by th
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UTMGGR210H5Paul mockingWinter

GGR210H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bike Lane

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10 Jan 2020
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UTMGGR376H5matt adamsWinter

GGR376H5 Chapter 1: Homework reading Jan 8th

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10 Jan 2020
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Almost very decision we make involves uncertainty in some way, both over individual events and over sequences of events. Previous research has demonstr
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UTMGGR376H5matt adamsWinter

GGR376H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linear Regression, Data Acquisition, Summary Statistics

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10 Jan 2020
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UTMRLG306H5karen ruffle Winter

RLG306H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shia Islam, Robert S. Langer, Fred Donner

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10 Jan 2020
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UTMENV496H5monica havelkaWinter

ENV496H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Leachate, Amphipoda, Saccharin

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9 Jan 2020
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UTMGGR335H5YuhongWinter

GGR335H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Digital Image Processing, Surface Weather Analysis, Remote Sensing

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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Soil Compaction, Soil Management, Bulk Density

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22 Nov 2018
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Organic and inorganic solids, liquids of various kinds and gases in intimate contact with the solid phase comprise the three-phase system that is soil.
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Evapotranspiration, Biogeochemistry

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22 Nov 2018
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Although peatlands only occupy approximately 2. 7% of the terrestrial land surface, they represent a globally significant carbon pool because of the de
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Wolters Kluwer, Soil Chemistry, Permafrost

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22 Nov 2018
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Peatlands are a subset of wetlands that have accumulated significant amounts of soil organic matter. Soils of peatlands are colloquially known as peat,
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: United States Geological Survey, Superficial Deposits, Thermokarst

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22 Nov 2018
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Wetlands can be found in all regions of the world. Many factors affect the availability of water for wetland formation including climate, local weather
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Human Impact On The Environment, Overfishing

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22 Nov 2018
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Assuming that the benefits of whale watching depend on the presence and abundance of populations of whales, these benefits are likely to be affected by
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Urchin Barren, Kelp Forest, Marine Ecosystem

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22 Nov 2018
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Ecosystem services provided by the marine environment are fundamental to human health and well-being. Despite this, many marine systems are being degra
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture 15: 15

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22 Nov 2018
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Benthic species can also be an important component of the diet of fish (link and garrison, 2002), and a decrease in their abundance can decrease fish l
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Shrimp Farming, Ecosystem Services, Silage

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22 Nov 2018
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Human Impact On The Environment, Overfishing

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22 Nov 2018
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Assuming that the benefits of whale watching depend on the presence and abundance of populations of whales, these benefits are likely to be affected by
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Urchin Barren, Kelp Forest, Primary Production

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22 Nov 2018
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Ecosystem services provided by the marine environment are fundamental to human health and well-being. Despite this, many marine systems are being degra
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Mnemiopsis, Maerl, Food Web

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22 Nov 2018
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Very little evidence is available on the impacts of invasive species on provisioning services. Fisheries-induced changes in trophic dynamics, community
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Silviculture, Clearcutting, Shelterwood Cutting

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21 Nov 2018
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Silviculture: directing the establishment, composition, growth and quality of forest stands through a variety of activities: Silviculture is the scienc
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Understory, Clearcutting

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21 Nov 2018
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Carbon Sink, Habitat Destruction, Nitrification

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21 Nov 2018
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No uptake by living vegetation particularly nitrate (no3 -) which is easily lost from soil because its soluble/easily leached. No evapotranspiration =
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Spatial Analysis

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21 Nov 2018
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Helps understand systems that are too complex or too difficult to measure directly. Explore how sensitive the system is to parameters. Understand conte
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mountain Pine Beetle, Pinus Contorta, Dendroctonus

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21 Nov 2018
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Creates autonomous agents that interact with the environment according to set rules. Creates an agent within the landscape that makes decisions based o
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture 7: 7

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21 Nov 2018
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Fire leaves trees in wet areas (refuge habitat for wildlife; seed source for re- generation) Fire an important part of reproductive cycle of many conif
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Jack Pine, Wildfire Suppression, Secondary Succession

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21 Nov 2018
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Certain species need fire to initiate cone opening and regeneration (e. g. jack pine a dominant boreal tree) Releases nutrients in biomass (litter, dea
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Populus Tremuloides, Betula Papyrifera, Acer Saccharum

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21 Nov 2018
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Supports commercial activities such as logging, wood fibre, and sawlog production, pulp and paper mills, and fibreboard production. Almost 50% of the b
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Thuja Plicata, Maritime Forest, Jack Pine

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21 Nov 2018
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jack Pine, Carbon Sink, Larix Laricina

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21 Nov 2018
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The forests are also major carbon sinks 950 billion tonnes of storage with 72 million tonnes uptake annually) Tourism and related recreational opportun
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hudson Bay Lowlands, Carolinian Forest, Betula Alleghaniensis

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21 Nov 2018
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Particularly in on where it would be replaced by temperate forest. A sub-set of the boreal region dominated by peatland and lakes. Tamarack (larch-a-de
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UTMGGR227H5Cameron ProctorFall

GGR227H5 Lecture 1: 1

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21 Nov 2018
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