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Textbook Notes for Geography 2010A/B at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Regional Geography, Historical Geography, Dutch Disease

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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A physiographic region is a large area of the worlds crust that has 3 characteristics: extends over a large, contiguous area with similar relief featur
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hudson Bay Lowlands, Trans-Pacific Partnership, Cultural Globalization

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Diverse political agendas and economic strengths have ensured that canada is a group of 6 different regions with different physical geography, location
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BSuzanne GreavesFall

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Growth Factor, Dependency Ratio, Old Age

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Demography: scientific study of human populations including size, composition, distribution, density, growth, and related socio-economic characteristic
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BSuzanne GreavesFall

GEO2010 Chapter 2 Notes.docx

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Physiography: study of landforms, their underlying geology, and the processes that shape these landforms: geomorphology. Physical geography has distinc
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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Faultlines: application of geological phenomenon to the economic, social, and political (cid:272)ra(cid:272)ks that di(cid:448)ide regio(cid:374)s a(ci
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Chapter 1 - Regions of Canada.docx

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Both are products of a region"s physical geography, historical event & economic situation. Landscapes are associated with a sense of placelessness land
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BSuzanne GreavesFall

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Periglaciation, Wheat Production In The United States, Doukhobor

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First inhabitants of north america were old world hunters. Sea level was lower during glacial periods, thus creating a land bridge between asia and ala
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiFall

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Quebec Agreement

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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Wyandot People, Thule People, Terra Nullius

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Old world hunters in alaska/yukon were blocked from proceeding south due to an ice sheet 4km thick. 15,000 years ago, the great melt began and the old
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMosickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Great Lakes Areas Of Concern, Hudson Bay Lowlands, Lake Ontario

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The impact of these 4 factors resulted in high unemployment rated that were at 9% in. 2009 above the national average of 8. 3: professor glen norcliffe
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WESTERNGEOG 2010A/BMark MoscickiWinter

Geography 2010A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Central Canada, Dependency Ratio, Ecumene

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Government of canada"s transfer program for addressing fiscal disparities among provinces. Became a federal commitment in 1957, entrenched in the const
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