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Geog 232 March 24, 2008- ON EXAM Material will cover from last exam up to the first five minutes of today’s lecture Exam will be similar structure as the last exam: short answer/paragraph answer,  Omnivore’s dilemma will be on the exam. Bring the bluebook California can grow many crops due to its Mediterranean like climate that other places in  the US cannot Supplemental irrigation is the watering of plants during the growth season when there is  usually a high risk for drought “A California Paradox”: snow on the mountains, orange trees in front of the mountains.  The selling of the agriculture industry: think about the postcards w/ the trains going  through the orange grove.  The Rose parade was held on Jan. 1 st  because it was before  the rainy season started and you could buy flowers. When people talk about the corn belt, they are really talking about the corn, hog, 
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course GEOG 232 taught by Professor Whitmore during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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