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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Feng Shui, Autocracy, Port Management

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16 Apr 2015
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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Choropleth Map, Geographic Information System, Cartogram

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23 Jan 2017
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Yellow highlighter- terms and definitions that correlate with notes. Blue highlighter- terms to be aware of, not to know in detail. Red highlighter- br
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 – Urbanization and Urban Networks

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28 Feb 2016
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Up until a few thousand years ago, cites simply did not exist, part of this was because cities were not economically practical. The prehistoric economy
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Environmental Hazard, World Health Organization, Cognitive Dissonance

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27 Mar 2016
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Environment: refers to the physical or natural environment in other words, trees, wetlands, mountains, oceans, and so on. Geographers use the term phys
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Jeffrey Sachs, International Monetary Fund, Neocolonialism

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29 Mar 2016
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18a meanings of development and development dispariies today. World development: raising the living standards of the world"s poorest countries and redu
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Land Values, Planned Community, Ron Herron

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2 Mar 2016
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Morphology: elements making up the form of a city. In ancient cities, the center was where the elites lived. In medieval capitalist city, the center su
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Birth Rate, Mortality Rate, Total Fertility Rate

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28 Feb 2016
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Population growth has not been as rapid as it is today. 2000 years ago the population totaled 300 million and roughly 300,000 people were being added p
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Affluenza, Deterritorialization, Conspicuous Consumption

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27 Mar 2016
43
Chapter 16 geographies of producion and consumpion. 16a growth of mass producion and an industrial world. Producion creates an object that is more valu
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UWGEOG101Brent DobersteinWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Health Geography, Chickenpox, Human Ecology

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28 Feb 2016
43
Chapter 4 geography of health and disease. The study of both the physical environment and patterns of human activity, have contributed to academic rese
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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter 1: 02.pdf

11 Page
16 Apr 2015
474
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UWGEOG101Nancy WorthWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Demographic Transition, Doubling Time, Neoliberalism

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28 Jan 2017
5
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UWGEOG101Amanda HooykaasWinter

GEOG101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Freeze-Drying, Human Capital, Pannonian Basin

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16 Apr 2015
144
In developed countries migration _______________ countries is more common than migration. D. (cid:160) outside of; to other: fifty years ago, _________
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