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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: False Dilemma, Profit Motive

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Earth island journal, winter 2008. (5 pages: according to orr, architecture and landscape design are not neutral in our psyche. They are either going t
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Capacity Factor, Demand Response, Environmental Defense Fund

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Michael levi risks:: contamination of water uses large amount of freshwater. Many wells located in dry environments fracking requires many tanker truck
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Global Commons, Industrial Revolution, 2011 United Nations Climate Change Conference

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Yes we can think of atmosphere as a global commons since: 1. Ghgs are well-mixed in the atmosphere given that their residence time is around 100 years
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GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: North Richmond, California, Institutional Racism, Lead Poisoning

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Atlantic highlands, nj: humanities press international. file main argument: communities are not all created equal. Environmental regulations have not u
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Theoretical Ecology, The Wildlife Society, Endangered Species Act Of 1973

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Ducks out of water: nature conservation as boundary maintenance. In ruddy duck campaign, it is conservationists that see it as a pest while land users
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: World Resources Institute, Common-Pool Resource, Effective Demand

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The value of wildness. pgs 36-39 in american environmentalism: readings in conservation. Nash, new york: mcgraw-hill the intellectual foundation of the
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Evolutionary Arms Race, Spider Web, Species Ii

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Chapter 2, the rain forest is neither fragile nor stable main argument: no one knows all the details, and all is not yet understood, but what is known
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Wolf Reintroduction, New Haven, Connecticut, Wise Use Movement

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Society & natural resources main argument: wolves are merely symbols delineating the battle lines of a much larger conflict between two social movement
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Aquifer, Der Spiegel, Electric Power Transmission

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Many experts advocate a carbon tax as a better policy to reduce greenhouses gases: rather than large stationary emitters (focus of cap-and-trade), carb
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Evapotranspiration, Stormwater, River Source

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Make sure to bring your notes with you to lecture on december 1 in either electronic or printed form: use the wicci slide show to help you fill in the
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Environmental Policy, Rachel Carson, Henry David Thoreau

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Note the topic sentences, lists of reasons for something, and when the author asks a question. Monitor, july 24, 2016: what problems do the park servic
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UW-MADISONGEOG 339Peter BogerFall

GEOG 339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Motorcycle Taxi, Sea Level Rise, Tarpaulin

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Climate impacts case studies: bangladesh and the sahel. Drought, flooding, temperature changes and other expected effects of climate change may all hav
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