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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Basal Sliding, Regelation, Fluvial

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4 Apr 2013
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Glacial ice: process: snow to firn to glacial ice, firn = snow that survives a melt season. Glaciers large mass of perennial snow and ice, that typical
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Agribusiness, Cecil Rhodes, Land Grabbing

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29 Mar 2013
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Alluvium, Dissolved Load, Bed Load

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28 Mar 2013
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Gg101 week 11 lecture 2: fluvial relating to, or occurring in a river, alluvium. Sediments transported and deposited by streams: drainage basin (waters
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Trailing Edge, Galilean Moons, Tidal Heating

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28 Mar 2013
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Thick atmosphere (1. 5 times the pressure of earth"s) Atmosphere: 98% nitrogen (rest mostly methane, some hydrogen) Lakes of liquid methane + ethane on
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Bargaining Unit, Rand Formula, W. M. Keck Observatory

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28 Mar 2013
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Craft union is a organization who unites people who have the same skills (ex: electricians, plumbers) Power: create monopoly over scarce resource, come
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Population Ageing, U.S. Route 130, The Bachelor Party

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26 Mar 2013
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Asian countries gdp increased, was less than latin america first, then surpassed them and got closer to europe. Inequality and underdevelopment: becaus
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Snowmelt, Slope Stability

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26 Mar 2013
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Slow to very rapid downslope motion of soil, sediment, and or rock from high to low elevation. Can vary substantially, some coercive and stronger (less
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Roche Limit, Methane, Orbital Period

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26 Mar 2013
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Contain a lot more hydrogen and helium, and hydrogen-containing compounds like water, ammonia, methane (a. k. a. All have rings made up of icy/rocky de
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Canada Labour Code, Collective Bargaining, Canadian Labour Congress

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26 Mar 2013
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Attract people: have to be sure compensation package is competitive. Retain people: don"t lose them because they are unhappy with their pay. Motivate p
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Simon Kuznets, Group Of 77, Debt Relief

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22 Mar 2013
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From decolonization to development long decolonization (1947-1980): colonial reticence; cold war; and strength of independence movements: capitalist po
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Mass Wasting, Geomorphology, Carbonation

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21 Mar 2013
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Study of landforms and landscapes and the processes that are responsible for their development. 2 main types of processes: endogenic processes internal
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Mariner 4, Sedimentary Rock, Clay Minerals

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21 Mar 2013
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Rotation period: 24. 6 hours: rotation period is close to earth day. Much thinner than earth"s: less than 1% of the density. Size matters: larger plane
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Criterion Validity, Human Resource Management, Job Evaluation

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21 Mar 2013
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Providing quality goods and services they have to care about their work and the business. Encouraging innovation and creativity: employees have to be c
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Nato, World Economic Forum, Lester B. Pearson

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19 Mar 2013
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Glocalization = local culture is persisting in globalization forcing. Glocomoddification = local variants controlled by small number of transnational c
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Doppler Spectroscopy, Formation And Evolution Of The Solar System, Methods Of Detecting Exoplanets

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19 Mar 2013
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Solar system formed from a collapsing cloud. Spin of the solar system (and all the objects in it) comes from the spin of the original cloud. Spin is al
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Waste Hierarchy, Global Reporting Initiative, Triple Bottom Line

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19 Mar 2013
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Stable market conditions: stable market conditions = things will stay the same (ex, taste, needs) Efficiency vs effectiveness: efficiency = focus on ef
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Hydrograph, Urban Stream, Soil

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19 Mar 2013
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Smaller basin responds more rapidly because flow pathways are shorter. Urban basin = impermeable = more overland flow. Permeable =slower response time,
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Canadian Multiculturalism Act, Biculturalism, Canadian Identity

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14 Mar 2013
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Magnetic Braking, Spectroscopy, Methods Of Detecting Exoplanets

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14 Mar 2013
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Two types of planets with different sizes and chemical composition. Farther away: less dense, with more hydrogen, helium, other gases and ices. Most ob
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Baseflow, Throughflow, Vadose Zone

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13 Mar 2013
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Gg101 week 9 lecture 2: water balance. Precipitation: measure using rain gauges, lysimeter, potential evapotranspiration (pe) latitudinal pattern, as w
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Mass Customization, Operations Management, Finished Good

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13 Mar 2013
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Key is to be observant enough to recognize it: behavioural style and company culture. Culture of a company affects someones style. 4 basic interaction
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Kuiper Belt, Nachos, Oort Cloud

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13 Mar 2013
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Continuous (a. k. a. thermal, a. k. a blackbody) spectrum: produced by a hot, dense object. Hotter objects produce more light overall, and also more sh
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Expansionism, Indian Register, Indian Act

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12 Mar 2013
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Fixed Cost

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12 Mar 2013
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Tool to: assess risk in decision when doing something new. When fixed costs covered by contribution from sales. = fc / contribution per unit or % margi
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Soil Texture, Field Capacity, Surface Tension

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12 Mar 2013
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What is responsible for the ongoing climate change: climate change is influenced by human activities and natural processes (e. g. solar variations, vol
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WLUAS101Patrick Mc GrawWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Spectroscopy, Incandescent Light Bulb, Photon

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7 Mar 2013
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Light-gathering power (depends on size: gathers more light than our eyes are able to gather, bigger telescopes can gather more light. Resolving power:
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Variable Cost, Asset, Operating Leverage

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7 Mar 2013
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Accounting-based measures of profitability are a standard starting point for examining venture value. = (net sales cost of goods sold) / net sales. Rem
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Paleoclimatology, Speleothem, Mauna Loa Observatory

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7 Mar 2013
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What has been the effect of fossil fuel combustion, industrial activity and land use changes on co2 in the atmosphere: keeling: measured co2 concentrat
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Exponential Growth

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6 Mar 2013
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WLUBU121Laura AllanWinter

BU121 Lecture Notes - Corporate Finance, Asset, Current Liability

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5 Mar 2013
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Compares assets the can be quickly converted to cash with liabilities that represent near-term needs for cash. Having sufficient current assets coming
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Azores High, Subtropics, Westerlies

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5 Mar 2013
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Classification is normally done on the basis of temperature and or moisture (precipitation: strong impact on vegetation, soils, hydrology, etc (logical
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - Primary Production, Malthusian Trap, Keystone Species

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28 Feb 2013
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The ill fated mistake of the malthusian trap. Britain showed this was wrong, as they escaped from this trap. Fuelling the chinese miracle fueled by coa
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WLUGG101James HamiltonWinter

GG101 Lecture Notes - Mesothermal, Microthermal, Thrust Stage

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26 Feb 2013
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WLUGS101Timothy ClarkWinter

GS101 Lecture Notes - The Population Bomb, James Lovelock, Thomas Robert Malthus

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26 Feb 2013
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Gaia (book) - said earth is a living organism revenge of gaia (book) - organism striking back. Anthropocene is the idea that earth"s geological history
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