GEOG 1220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Northern Ontario, Gross Domestic Product, Parks Canada

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To understand the human" in human impacts on the environment. This means understanding the social structures and systems that are central to the ways we understand, use, and manage the environment and resources shit to know. Be able to discuss specific issues and problems. & forestry- as the lead ministry for the. Northern ontario and the provincial minerals and forestry sectors strong, healthy and prosperous. major sectors of a capitalist, market economy. Human impact - exam notes primary- resource extraction secondary- manufacturing and processing tertiary- sales and services quaternary- research & development, intellectual activity gross domestic product (2009): text 43-46. As the lead ministry for the north, the mndmf works to make northern. Ontario and the provincial minerals and forestry sectors strong, healthy and prosperous. Differences among cultures demand that geographers consider more than the scientific character of nature and the environment and venture into the realm of human values as well environment.

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