geog 5 after mt

geog 5 after mt - geog5aftermt 18/02/200914:14:00 MOVIE

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geog 5 after mt 18/02/2009 14:14:00 MOVIE The govnt promsed a fair settlement for those exiled by the dam They say they will be better off than they were before with health facilities,  education, etc.   They lost the quality of the fields and were given salty water  Everything relies on money- they need it to buy food for cattle, fertilizer for their  crops  India is the most densely populated place in the world… so it is very hard to  resettle people with equal amount of land they lost People were given either land or cash compensation.  Neither were suffiecient Cash – you spend it then you have nothing They survived on their fields as they were farmers, but have no other skills They lost all their recourses  The chiefminister says they don’t have enough land to support all The dam only irrigates 5% of what it was supposd to and the human cost was a  lot greater than what it predicted, more villages flooded than pridicted It took them away from their tribe/ village family and friends.  They enter a world  where their only recourse is the strength of their hands to build roads, lift bricks, etc.  Danny is sexy They move to the slums. . and some get ill  Indias dam building dream began in the 1950’s  16 millino people lost their lives for the dam the water flow mostly helps the industrial needs development few situations that deal with the environment are quite as bad as this 
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lots of ppl that need to be displaced this is extreme there are 2 sides against each other good elements o dams can supply drinking water to a certain number of people that can  help others bad elements o people are risking being displaced and losing their lives are their times when it is justifiable to displace people and ruin their livelihoods?> ghandi- every village is a republic, independent, yet interdependent sustainablitity and small agriculture development  o cannot mimic England because it will ruin the nation Global warming Carbon emissions into the environment All the different special scales and geographical intensities of the problem are  much more intense than different environmental problems Broad and open phenomenon Doesn’t have ready technical solutions  Look at page in textbook on carbon cycle- chapter 4- know it for final! 
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18/02/2009 14:14:00 Atmosphere is critical in attenuation of solar radiation Reduced in strength and filtered through absorbtion and reflection Without an atmosphere to regulate solar energy coming in and radiation going 
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2010 for the course GEOG Geog 5 taught by Professor Martini during the Spring '10 term at UCLA.

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geog 5 after mt - geog5aftermt 18/02/200914:14:00 MOVIE

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