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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Geology Of The Moon, Meteoroid, Orbital Period

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The older a surface, the more impacts it has experienced: typically strike planets at 10+ km/s. The study of these motions, large or small, is called s
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hubble Space Telescope, White Dwarf

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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: George Darwin, Terrestrial Planet, Earth'S Rotation

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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Plate Tectonics, Outer Core, Inner Core

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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Milky Way, Solar Wind, Photosphere

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Chapter 4: the sun: brighter than about 85% of the other stars in our milky way galaxy, there is not really a surface" to the sun; made of gas that bec
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Angular Momentum, Big Bang, Dew Point

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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Escape Velocity, Curved Mirror, Axial Tilt

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Two (earth and mars) have satellites and two do not: further away from the sun are 4 very large planets we term the jovian planets or the gas giants (j
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Orbital Eccentricity, Cubic Centimetre, Orbital Inclination

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Not a pleasant climate: mercury"s atmosphere contains tiny traces of sodium, potassium, calcium, and magnesium. This very sparse atmosphere is more pro
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WESTERNEarth Sciences 1086F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Earth Sciences 1086F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Triangulum Galaxy, Parsec, Local Group

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Chapter 2 - time and space: light-year the distance light travels in one year; 300,000 km per second; 9. 4608 1012 km per year, measuring light years.
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Theism, Omnipotence, Radiocarbon Dating

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Personality Disorder

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Turiya

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The true self cannot be known in perception or thought. Knowledge is the enemy of meaning, than we should avoid knowledge. It is impossible to stop kno
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gaunilo Of Marmoutiers, Empiricism, Unmoved Mover

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Aquinas: rejects anslem"s premise that we may conceive of god or have god in mind, we cannot know something in nite when we ourselves are nite. P1 ever
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

1100E Lecture 3: skepticism

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Four Noble Truths

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phineas Gage

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Freudian Slip, Duration Neglect, Colonoscopy

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WESTERNPhilosophy 1020Steve BlandWinter

Philosophy 1020 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Tabula Rasa, Innatism, Empiricism

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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Canadian Prairies, Sustainable Yield, Soil Fertility

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Soil not usable, less organic matter, not fertile. Agricultural land used to feed livestock, not ppl. Rate that you can use a resource w/o degradation.
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Sustainable Forest Management, Habitat Fragmentation, Sustainable Agriculture

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Tropical forests = 6% of global land, used to be 12% Decreasing the most compared to boreal and temperate. Largest tropical rainforest in brazil, 40% o
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Infant Mortality, Environmental Science

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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Carbon Sink, Barrier Air, Evapotranspiration

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Old growth- not disturbed by humans or natural disaster (22%) Second-growth forests- have been disturbed in some way (63%) Indicators-> you can see sky
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Urban Sprawl, Multiple Cropping, Pesticide Resistance

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Over 1billion people with problems due to malnutrition. Over 1billion people with problems due to over nutrition. Chemicals produced during the war use
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Air Pollution, Gilgit-Baltistan, Permafrost

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300part per million max for co2 over past 400,000 years. 1912 was the rst time in 420,000 years we went over 300 parts per million. Increase was not th
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Google Scholar

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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Economic Water Scarcity, Physical Water Scarcity, James Bay Project

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70% lower precipitation, evaporation is higher than the norm. You"re increasing the surface area of water, therefore more water loss. Physically changi
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Study Guide - Final Guide: Pyrethrum, Rotenone, Rodenticide

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Pest: entirely subjective, unwanted organism that interferes with human activities. Pesticide kill or control pests until they do not interfere with yi
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Surface Runoff, Aeration, Evapotranspiration

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In ltration ---> movement of water from top of soil, into the soil. Movement through soil, pools in open body of water. Evaporates and returns to atmos
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ozone Depletion, Ozone Layer, Chlorine

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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture 17: November 21st, 2012

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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Precautionary Principle, Paradigm Shift, Anthropocentrism

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Environment- all biotic and abiotic factors that act on an organism, population, or ecological community- connectivity of everything. Complex- don"t un
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Primary Production, Pinophyta, Detritivore

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Well developed a horizon, due to season change. Needles don"t break down, not same input as deciduous forest. Very little organic matter being put into
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Brundtland Commission, Greenwashing, Natural Capital

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Reduce number of issues that can be dealt with. Many countries ----> citizens live day to day. Sustainable development generations to meet their own ne
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Eutrophication

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Be able to identify steps of cultural eutrophication . We forget about it because there isn"t an open access point, out of sight out of. Everything we
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Global Warming Potential, Industrial Revolution, Northern Hemisphere

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Life would not be possible w/o the greenhouse effect! Solar radiation hits earth, re ected back into atmosphere. Some is released, but some remains tra
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Volatile Organic Compound, Sea Spray, Photosynthesis

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Good ozone is good b/c in stratosphere, protects from uv rays. Just as important as detritivores in recycling nutrients. Nitrogen, oxygen, water vapour
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WESTERNEnvironmental Science 1021F/GGeoff StewartWinter

Environmental Science 1021F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: John James Audubon, Ecocentrism, Anthropocentrism

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WESTERNPolitical Science 2140A/BSteve D' ArcyWinter

Political Science 2140A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Seedbed, Edward Said, Mena

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WESTERNPolitical Science 2140A/BSteve D' ArcyWinter

Political Science 2140A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Human Rights Watch, Humanitarian Intervention, Internally Displaced Person

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WESTERNPolitical Science 2140A/BSteve D' ArcyWinter

Political Science 2140A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Edward Said, Binary Opposition, Mena

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Focus on learning to a focus on exhibition and schooling. Pg 27 - the will to know, the desire to take hold of the world took a little bit of a differe
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