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April 12, 2021

Let the heavens be glad, and the earth rejoice!
    Let the sea and everything in it shout his praise!
Let the fields and their crops burst out with joy!
    Let the trees of the forest sing for joy
before the Lord, for he is coming!
    He is coming to judge the earth.
He will judge the world with justice,
    and the nations with his truth
.

Psalm 96:11-13

Hi!

It’s the end of the semester.  Thanks for being part of the class and contributing to a great semester!

This week, please:

  • If you are writing the Final Exam, it will be Saturday, April 17, 1:30-4:30 in the Gym.  A study guide is here.
  • Thank you for a great semester.  I hope you have a really good -csafe and healthy – summer!

If you have any questions, get in touch with me right away!  Email works best … Bruce.Martin@crandallu.ca or bruce@rossway.net.   I should respond within 24 hours on weekdays.  Weekends I take off.

Bruce Martin, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor (Geography)

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April 5, 2021

O Lord, what a variety of things you have made!
    In wisdom you have made them all.
    The earth is full of your creatures.
Here is the ocean, vast and wide,
    teeming with life of every kind, both large and small.
See the ships sailing along,
    and Leviathan, which you made to play in the sea.

They all depend on you to give them food as they need it.
When you supply it, they gather it.
    You open your hand to feed them, and they are richly satisfied.
But if you turn away from them, they panic.
    When you take away their breath, they die and turn again to dust.
When you give them your breath, life is created,
    and you renew the face of the earth.

Psalm 104:24-30

Hi

This week is the last new topic of class!  We’re looking at biomes – the reality that different biota (living things) live in different regions.  We know this intuitively:  polar bears live in the Arctic,but boa constrictors do not!  Palm trees thrive in the tropics, but not in northern Alberta.  We’ll be thinking about why these regional differences exist.

Thanks for being part of the class and contributing to a great semester!

This week, please:

  • Read Chapter 20 (text) and online notes 20
  • Make on great comment in the online discussion group on https://www.elearning.crandallu.ca/ by Saturday midnight.
  • If you are doing a Final Project, it is due Friday, April 9.  Either email it to me (Bruce.Martin@crandallu.ca ) or I have created a drop box on Moodle in the same place as the Labs.
  • If you are writing the Final Exam, it will be Saturday, April 17, 1:30-4:30 in the Gym.  A study guide is here.

If you have any questions, get in touch with me right away!  Email works best … Bruce.Martin@crandallu.ca or bruce@rossway.net.   I should respond within 24 hours on weekdays.  Weekends I take off.

Bruce Martin, Ph.D.

Adjunct Professor (Geography)