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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Total Fertility Rate, Infant Mortality, Neolithic Revolution

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29 Feb 2016
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GEOG 101 Chapter 1: GEOG 101 – Chapter 1

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21 Dec 2016
5
Geography: the study of the patter(cid:374)s of phe(cid:374)o(cid:373)e(cid:374)a o(cid:374) the earth"s surfa(cid:272)e, the pro(cid:272)esses that (c
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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Neolithic Revolution, Doubling Time, Demographic Transition

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21 Dec 2016
6
Population grew so slowly before the (cid:853)(cid:860)(cid:852)(cid:852)s that not until the (cid:853)(cid:860)(cid:852)(cid:852)s did the world"s pop
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Sub-Saharan Africa, Tiger Economy, Deflation

OC1051528 Page
7 Apr 2016
25
Wealthiest countries are found in the temperate zones of the northern and southern hemisphere. 18a meanings of development and development disparities
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Geographic Coordinate System, Euclidean Space, Euclidean Distance

OC1051525 Page
3 Feb 2016
12
Phenomenon any type of object, animate or inanimate, that can be sensed. Can also be perceived or mentally constructed, such as an attitude or a qualit
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Leading Edge, Deterritorialization, Late Bloomer

OC1051524 Page
7 Apr 2016
16
Two centuries ago, most manufactured items were costly and rare. After about 1800, a new mode of production based around factories and fossil fuel powe
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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sulfur Dioxide, Soil Fertility, Environmental Racism

OC1051526 Page
7 Apr 2016
20
Physical geography focuses on physical patterns on the earth"s landscape. Nearly everything humans do is effected by or effects the environment. Enviro
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UWGEOG101Elijah BisungWinter

GEOG101 Chapter 15: The Geography of Economic Activity & Agriculture

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7 Apr 2016
26
Chapter 15: the geography of economic activity & agriculture. Economy defined as the extraction, production, consumption and exchange of goods and serv
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Urban Geography, Human Geography, Cultural Geography

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27 Jan 2016
27
Human geography o o o o o o. Discipline that studies the pattern of phenomena on the earth"s surface, the processes that create those patterns, and the
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: People Smuggling, Samuel A. Stouffer, Ernst Georg Ravenstein

OC1051524 Page
4 Feb 2016
23
Migration permanent relocation of one"s place of residence. Cyclic movements occur when people move back and forth between. Periodic movement populatio
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GEOG 101 Chapter 15: GEOG 101—Chapter 15: The Geography of Economic Activity and Agriculture

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21 Dec 2016
5
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GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Samuel A. Stouffer, Distance Decay, Immigration

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21 Dec 2016
3
Migration: the permanent relocation of one"s place of residence and generally considered to be a long distance move. International migration: a migrant
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