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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG 3107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cirque Glacier, West Antarctica, Ice Shelf

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5 Dec 2016
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By area: 85-86% of the world"s glaciers are found in antarctica. Ice sheets (antarctica and greenland) and ice caps are unconstrained by topography. Ic
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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG 3107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Arctic Vegetation, Arctic Wolf, Arctic Circle

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5 Dec 2016
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Focus on the arctic, there isn"t much going on in antarctica. Sun producers (plants, algae) primary consumers (lemming) secondary consumers (arctic fox
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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG 3107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Permafrost, Palsa, Ice

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5 Dec 2016
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True palsas are only found in peat, but mineral-cored and lithalsas also exist. Can be up to 10 m high, and 50 cm in diameter. Mainly found in disconti
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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG3107 Lecture 8: Lecture 8

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5 Dec 2016
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Contaminants can travel through the atmosphere, which is linked to the snow and sea ice as well as freshwater and terrestrial systems. In the antarctic
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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG3107 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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5 Dec 2016
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Lecture 2a polar climates of past and present. Weather station, including temperature loggers used to measure snow depth. Climate = long term average o
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UOTTAWAGEG 3107Antoni LewkowiczFall

GEG 3107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Arctic Ocean, Ross Sea, Terrestrial Ecosystem

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5 Dec 2016
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Much smaller range of temperatures than in the terrestrial ecosystem. Ice is a major factor, and varies seasonally. As the sea water freezes salt is pu
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Geomorphology, Quartzite, Partial Pressure

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5 Dec 2016
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Landforms and landscapes created by the dissolution and precipitation of bedrock. Development & exploitation of secondary porosity (by water) Secondary
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lake Baikal, Longshore Drift, Gatineau Park

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5 Dec 2016
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Very vague definition: localized in a basin, distinct from lagoons and ponds, sediment sinks, contrast with rivers and streams (which flow) [although m
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ablation Zone, Accumulation Zone, Firn

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5 Dec 2016
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Can be a geo-hazard when lots of water is released at once. Liquid water is important to glacial flow dynamics. Melting of glaciers raises the sea leve
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Flow Velocity, Wetted Perimeter, Pressure Sensor

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5 Dec 2016
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Limnimetry: the level of surface gravitational water (m) Measurement: stage gauge (basically a ruler), float gauge (water flows into the gauge and rais
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Permafrost, Water Cycle, Aquifer

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5 Dec 2016
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Is a condition of the ground, not a landform or landscape. Soil or rock that remains at or below 0 c for at least 2 years. Found in colder regions of t
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Lapse Rate, Ecosystem Services, Evapotranspiration

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17 Oct 2016
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Tr = s (storage) / q (flow rate: significant part of the atmosphere & a major greenhouse gas (36-72%) Humid air is lighter than dry air: h2o is lighter
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stratus Cloud, Rain Shadow, Warm Front

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17 Oct 2016
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Fog is very similar to stratus cloud that touch the ground: although the formation process in different. Types of precip: convection: dominant in equat
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Permanent Wilting Point, Infiltrometer, Soil Texture

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17 Oct 2016
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Influenced by ground cover, as well as soil texture, structure and water content. The downward movement of water from the (very) surface down into the
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Supercritical Fluid, Paleoclimatology, Cryosphere

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17 Oct 2016
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Water is found in the: magnetosphere (blocks ionizing radiation), atmosphere (gasses around the planet), biosphere (life on planet), geosphere (solid p
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Baseflow, Thalweg, Hydrograph

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17 Oct 2016
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The term is not well defined/standardized, can lead to miscommunication. Central in the study of hydrology (benchmark special unit) Def. the drainage a
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UOTTAWAGEG 3102Jean BjornsonFall

GEG 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Laminar Flow, Oceanic Crust, Effective Porosity

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17 Oct 2016
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Water beneath the land surface that is in the saturated zone. The rest is captured during sedimentation (connate water) Water can also be trapped when
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Dune, La Ruche, Bulgarian Lev

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8 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Bulgarian Lev, Dune, Wallaby

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8 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Voir, Couleur

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8 Apr 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Dune, Chromosome, Insectes Sociaux

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8 Apr 2016
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Coloniale : b n fices la vie en groupe, mais pas de coop ration pour la reproduction. Communautaire : coop ration sym trique entre individus pour la re
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Underemployment, Overurbanization, Demographic Transition

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7 Apr 2016
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High levels in newly industrialized economies (ex. Lower rates where economic growth is slower (ex. Oversupply of labour in rural areas due to high bir
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UOTTAWAENG 1120Breid Mc IlkennyWinter

ENG 1120 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Red, Nadine Gordimer, Soweto Uprising

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7 Apr 2016
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Born in south africa to jewish parents, but was an atheist. Member of the anc (while it was illegal) Most of her writing is concerned with the politica
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO3576 Lecture 11: 11-SĂ©lection Sexuelle 3

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30 Mar 2016
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Les individus du sexe limitant choisissent les partenaires en fonction des qualit s h r ditaires du partenaire qui seront pass es aux rejetons. L"hypot
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Bulgarian Lev, Dune

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO3576 Lecture 10: 10-SĂ©lection Sexuelle 2

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30 Mar 2016
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Post-copulatoires : comp tition spermatique inter-sexuelle (les femelles peuvent exercer une s lection cryptique" ex. Pr -copulatoires : choix d"accoup
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Regions Of France

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Couleur, Croissant, Dune

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Guppy, Vivant, Rein

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30 Mar 2016
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Co ts et b n fices de la vie en groupe: 02. Groupe : ensemble d"individus de la m me esp ce qui demeurent ensemble pour un temps et qui interagissent e
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Habitat, Bulgarian Lev, Dune

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO3576 Lecture 7: 7-Théorie des jeux et compétition

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30 Mar 2016
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Pr dit la r ponse d"un comportement un changement de condition. S"applique quand la devise de conversion est fr quence-d pendate. Coop rer ou jouer la
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO3576 Lecture 4: 4-Alimentation et Optimalité

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30 Mar 2016
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Co ts caque portion du cycle d"approvisionnement (foraging) Temps & nergie investis dans la recherche, la poursuite et manipulation de la nourriture. P
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Falsifiability, Dune, Bulgarian Lev

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO 3576 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dune

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30 Mar 2016
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D butait avec la chasse dans les temps pr historique. Essayait de comprendre le comportement, donc on peut la pr dire qui am liorait les chances d"avoi
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UOTTAWABIO 3576Julie Morand- FerronWinter

BIO3576 Lecture 13: 14-Interaction Sociales

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30 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Microelectronics, Containerization, Cultural Globalization

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30 Mar 2016
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Globalization: a process and a condition that involves increasing interconnectedness of different parts of the world through the common processes of ec
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jim Crow Laws, Old Montreal, Cognitive Model

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30 Mar 2016
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Space: way to explore the relations of domination and resistance play out. Space is created/produced socially, is not just a platform on which things o
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Placemaking, Urban Design, Economic Globalization

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30 Mar 2016
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Shopping patterns related to imagery encouraged by a retail environment. Place-making has always been a mix of purposeful & accidental actions. Great d
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Domino Theory, Human Geography, Environmental Determinism

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30 Mar 2016
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Has been a fundamental part of human geography for a long time. Historic: issues of environment and how political players came to use the environment.
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UOTTAWAGEG 1302Brian RayWinter

GEG 1302 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Subsistence Agriculture, Glyphosate, Industrial Revolution

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30 Mar 2016
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Rural landscapes: agricultural change & the rural experience. Subsistence agriculture: producing (only) enough to feed your household (not very common
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