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UTSCEESB04H3Carl MitchellFall

EESB04H3 Study Guide - Wormhole, Pedogenesis, Throughflow

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13 Oct 2012
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Lecture 2: hydrological concepts and physical properties of water. Water balance: s = in out. The hydrological cycle (assuming input = output: the land
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UTSCEESB04H3Carl MitchellFall

EESB04H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Particle Size, Hypsometric Tints, Permanent Wilting Point

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13 Oct 2012
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Lecture 2: hydrological concepts and physical properties of water. Water balance: s = in out. The hydrological cycle (assuming input = output: the land
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UTSCEESB05H3Marney IsaacFall

EESB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Soil Horizon, Canadian System Of Soil Classification, Pedogenesis

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19 Sep 2012
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A soil individual in terms of a 3-d unit is called a pedon, the smallest sampling unit. Soil unit in landscape consists of a group of similar pedons (p
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UTSCEESB05H3Marney IsaacFall

EESB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Parent Material, Weathering, Soil Horizon

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19 Sep 2012
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Chapter 2: formation of soils from parent materials. Soils in every landscape differ from each other, and each influence ecological processes in their
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UTSCEESB05H3Marney IsaacFall

EESB05H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Soil Horizon, Helminthiasis, Regolith

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19 Sep 2012
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Provide a medium for plant roots and supply nutrient elements. Properties of soil determines the nature of the vegetation present. Properties of soil i
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Natural Capital, Earth Overshoot Day, Ontario Food Terminal

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15 Jun 2012
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Political economy the relationship between politics (government) and businesses (private sector) If there is a political economy, then there is a polit
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sewage Treatment, Common Sense Revolution, City Beautiful Movement

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15 Jun 2012
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Cities are important, but how we govern locally will determine its success and failures. The role of science and technology will not solve the problems
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Multiculturalism In Canada, Gardiner Expressway, Gentrification

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15 Jun 2012
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City planning developed as a way to manage urban change in the industrialized city. Idea of cities as places of disease (such as typhoid epidemics), fi
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Complete Streets, Ernest Burgess, New Urbanism

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15 Jun 2012
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It is scarce, and a large portion of the city focuses on land for housing. The amount of rentals affect supply of housing for everyone, it can fail or
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Starbucks, Predatory Lending, Gentrification

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15 Jun 2012
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Ggrb05 lecture 6: urban housing and residential location. The built form matters, it affects what the city achieves. Solutions for smart growth and the
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Walter Christaller, List Of Census Metropolitan Areas And Agglomerations In Canada, Central Place Theory

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15 Jun 2012
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Toronto community foundation: toronto"s vital signs (full report) 2 approaches to urban geography: study of systems of cities, the study of city as a s
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: West Edmonton Mall, Market (Place), Smart Growth

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15 Jun 2012
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Marvin macaraig"s new office: mw379, 1:30-2:30 and 5:30-6:30. The idea of the global city, how governments promote themselves as global cities (only ce
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Urban Heat Island, Prince Edward Viaduct, Consumerism

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15 Jun 2012
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Journal: travel and housing costs in the greater toronto area. 1 billion cars manufactured on the last 100 years. World car travel is estimated to trip
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UTSCGGRB05H3Denisse MacaraigSummer

GGRB05H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Civilization V, Otis Dudley Duncan, Kondratiev Wave

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15 Jun 2012
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Examines the distribution functions of cities and towns. Every piece of land has a function. Identifies the similarities, differences, and contrasts be
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Public Space, White Flight, Sweatshop

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27 May 2012
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transnationalism, Research Assistant, Exoticism

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27 May 2012
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Geography, space, epistemology, landscape, posthuman, etiology, situated knowledge, reflexivity, and environmental determinism. Geography: occupies a p
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Racial Profiling, One-Drop Rule, Edward Said

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27 May 2012
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Ggrb13 lecture 8 march 12, 2012. Think of race as a process, no longer a word. Race and geography have one important trait in common. They are both arb
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Political Ecology, Donald Rumsfeld, Etiology

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27 May 2012
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This week"s readings will not be on the exam, exclude it! Human/non-human geographies through 3 case studies: bees and the military industrial complex,
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Buzzword, Global Citizenship, Urban Decay

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27 May 2012
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Ggrb13 lecture 9 march 19, 2012. Social geography"s engagement with globalization, transnationalism, and sense of place. A charged and contested concep
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Unearth, Catherine, Duchess Of Cambridge, Harry Beck

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26 May 2012
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Ggrb13 lecture 2 january 16, 2012. Thinking about your own place in this world. Paying attention and being aware of your surroundings, people around yo
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Disneyfication, Rainforest Cafe, Automobile Dependency

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26 May 2012
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I wished the author did this to relate to x. You can bring in readings from other courses. Space (abstract) + cultural meanings = places. Conflation us
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: First Nations, Environmental Determinism, Safeco Field

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26 May 2012
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Ggrb13 lecture 6 february 13, 2012. Lighting, constant flows of people, stores opened 24/7, sidewalks, other women, bus stops, open areas. The presence
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Critical Geography, Dualism, Structural Inequality

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26 May 2012
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Critiqued by people who saw themselves as human geographers. Agency, a term that refers to autonomy and the way people interact in their world, the bin
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Transnationalism

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26 May 2012
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UTSCGGRB13H3Minelle MahtaniWinter

GGRB13H3 Lecture Notes - Nature Reserve, Scientific Method, Carl O. Sauer

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26 May 2012
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3 questions from last lecture: what is social geography, how do social geographers think about maps, what is a mental map. 3 questions you should be ab
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Exam Study Guide (every year the course material varies)

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15 Dec 2011
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Plates are pushed around the surface over a weak layer called asthenosphere: can either be separated at spreading centres hot mantle erupts to form oce
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06 Chapter 1 Notes

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25 Apr 2011
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 derived from greek words geo and logos, meaning the study of the earth .  this discipline came into being in the late eighteenth century.  the firs
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06 Chapter 2 Notes

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25 Apr 2011
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 the plate tectonics theory suggests that the surface of the earth is divided into several large plates that change in position and size.  moving sea
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 4 Notes

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25 Apr 2011
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 the earth"s crust is a thin skin of rock.  earth is divided into three major layers. The earth"s interior: the crust, the mantle, the core.  seismi
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