Notes for: Institutions and Rules for the Environment of the Great Lakes
Author: M. Sproule-Jones
Remedial Action Plans (RAPs), are designed with an ecosystem principle in
mind. Essentially, this means that the interdependencies between users
Notes from: A Late Great Lake
There is a dead zone out there somewhere (Lake Erie Port Dover, Ont.), a
vast mound of zebra mussels, quagga mussels and other organisms, much of
it new to the region, much of it laced with harmful bacteria, that re
Geography 2011A: Ontario and the Great Lakes
Syllabus Fall 2016
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Geography 2011 will provide students with an overview of the physical, social, economic,
Economic Geography of Ontario
LEVELS OF ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
Primary: extraction of raw materials
Its the first thing you ever do.
Secondary: conversion into product
Taking raw materials and adding value.
Eg. Refining, processing
Tertiary: provision of servi
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