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UTSGBIO220H1Locke RoweWinter

BIO220H1 Lecture 4: BIO220-Lecture 04 - Social Behaviour.pdf

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13 Mar 2014
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The interaction with and responses to other individuals of the same species! Behaviour increases another individual(cid:2)s reproductive success at a c
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UTSGBIO220H1Locke RoweWinter

BIO220-Lecture 02 - The Evolution of Sexual Differences.pdf

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13 Mar 2014
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Sexual differences (dimorphisms: the puzzle of conspicuous ornaments, darwin"s answer (hypothesis, origin of sexual differences, male-male competition.
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UTSGGGR270H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR270H1 Lecture Notes - Census Tract, Standard Deviation, Skewness

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15 Oct 2013
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UTSGGGR270H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR270H1 Lecture Notes - Kelvin, Collectively Exhaustive Events, Univariate

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15 Oct 2013
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Characteristic of the population that changes or varies overtime. Looking at census tracts: ex. looking at two variables, looking at education and inco
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UTSGGGR270H1Damian DupuyFall

GGR270H1 Lecture Notes - Standard Deviation, Descriptive Statistics

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15 Oct 2013
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When talking about correlation, do not write that the two points cause on another, its not true! Describing data: graphs, simple measures one variable,
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Baby Boomers, Nuclear Family, Making Money

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

Lecture 11.docx

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16 Apr 2013
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Bid rent model where people are found based on income. Mississauga, brampton: education & income very closely correlated, higher education = higher inc
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Data Mining, The Techniques, The Home Depot

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16 Apr 2013
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They are capable of predicting the market correctly. Noted down everyone"s license plates and then went to the ministry to ask for the postal codes. As
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Consumer Behaviour, Postal Codes In Canada, Protractor

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Postal Codes In Canada, Distance Decay

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16 Apr 2013
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The converse breakpoint method make it possible to predict the point between two centres (e. g. Shopping centres) where the trading influence of each i
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Market Saturation, Franchising, Circuit City Corporation

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16 Apr 2013
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Perceived saturation of the home market point where you are not able to grow: heavy competition, lack of growth, your taking market share away from you
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

Lecture 5.docx

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10 Feb 2013
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Differences in design, density and accessibility are evident in. High density downtown offices and low density suburban office parks. High density inne
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Distance Decay, Organic Growth, Walmart

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10 Feb 2013
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Distance decay: further away from a location the less the interactions with that location. The concept of range: range: the point at which, there will
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyWinter

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Global City, High Tech, Free Market

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10 Feb 2013
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Every city wants to be know as: its cosmopolitan, its outward looking, it has a vision looking out side its border. Globalization means highest-order f
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyWinter

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Microsoft Powerpoint, Location Theory

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10 Feb 2013
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyWinter

Lecture 3

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10 Feb 2013
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Role of the church being a dominant structure in the medieval city. Most significant urbanization occurred after the industrial revolution. 19th centur
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyWinter

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Urban Design, Determinism, Human Behavior

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10 Feb 2013
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Understand and interpret the distribution of towns and cities. Discipline is eclectic for every discipline there s a urban component. Human behavior is
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UTSGGGR252H1Stephen SwalesWinter

GGR252H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Industrial Revolution, Subsistence Agriculture, World-Systems Theory

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18 Jan 2013
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Understand and interpret the distribution of towns and cities. Discipline is eclectic for every discipline there s a urban component. Human behavior is
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UTSGGGR124H1Damian DupuyWinter

GGR124H1 Lecture Notes - Counterurbanization, Census Geographic Units Of Canada, Louis Wirth

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18 Jan 2013
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Midterm exam is in class, it has higher priority than out of class exams. Canadian cities in transition 4th edition, do not need the textbook, checkout
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Chapter 9 .pdf

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Chapter 7.pdf

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Friction.pdf

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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Chapter 6 NOtes

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Chapter 5 Notes .pdf

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

CHAPTER 4.pdf

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4 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

CHAPTER 2 NOTES PART 2 pdf

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4 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

CHAPTER 2 NOTES PART 1.pdf

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4 Dec 2012
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UTSGPHY131H1Jason HarlowFall

Error Analysis .pdf

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4 Dec 2012
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