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Geography and Marketing Strategy in Consumer Packaged Goods docx

Geography and Marketing Strategy in Consumer Packaged Goods docx
... References 24 Geography and Marketing Strategy in Consumer Packaged Goods Abstract A significant portion of academic research on marketing strategy focuses on how national brands of repeat-purchase goods ... to take into account increasingly more complex spatial delivery and advertising systems during the launch and management of new products In step with this trend, researchers in marketing and economics ... space is not an important ingredient in the academic tradition of theory building in marketing or economics Indeed, much theory building in marketing concentrates on within-market research questions...
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“SCENOPHOBIA”, GEOGRAPHY AND THE AESTHETIC POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE “SCENOPHOBIA”, GEOGRAPHY AND THE AESTHETIC POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE doc

“SCENOPHOBIA”, GEOGRAPHY AND THE AESTHETIC POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE “SCENOPHOBIA”, GEOGRAPHY AND THE AESTHETIC POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE doc
... ingredients in an aesthetic appreciation of landscapes, if not the major ingredient, given the everyday flavour of the landscape concept As an academic problem, the aesthetics of Nature and landscapes ... about the politics of landscape The question I would like to pose next is: What kind of aesthetic philosophy might best further the cause of an invigorated politics of landscape? Reasserting the ... accused geography in general of aesthetic © The author 2007 Journal compilation © 2007 Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography “SCENOPHOBIA”, GEOGRAPHY AND THE AESTHETIC POLITICS OF LANDSCAPE...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 16 ppsx

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 16 ppsx
... latitudes: Clouds cover >50% of the ocean and obscure visible and IR radiation “Space Junk” 195 8-2 008 50 Years of Orbital Trash “Who you gonna call?” WALL-E Space Debris Space Debris Space Debris ... Altimeters Sept 1998 Chl-a Pigment: 2 6-2 7 Sept 1998 Specific Examples Wind & Wind Stress (“tau” - τ) Active measurement, using microwave radar to get “vector winds” – speed and direction  Pulse ... quickly to the east Computer Models of 3-D Currents and Temperature: Fishermen at Coos Bay use these fields to direct cruises 8-day composites of GOES SST (right) and MODIS chlorophyll (left) over...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 9 pdf

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 9 pdf
... http://maps.grida.no/go/graphic/arctic-sea-ice-minimum-extent-in-september- 198 2 -and- 2008 (Accessed April 16 20 09) Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Arctic Sea Ice (minimum annual extent, September) http://maps.grida.no/go/graphic/arctic-sea-ice-minimum-extent-in-september- 198 2 -and- 2008 ... http://maps.grida.no/go/graphic/arctic-sea-ice-minimum-extent-in-september- 198 2 -and- 2008 (Accessed April 16 20 09) Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Great Aletsch Glacier (Switzerland) 1858 Wednesday, April 13, ... evaporation makes atmosphere gets “lighter” (more 16O) and oceans “heavier” (more 18O) Wednesday, April 13, 2011 -4 0 ** * * * -3 0 -1 0 -2 0 -3 0 -7 -2 Rain – enriched in 18O Wednesday, April 13, 2011...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 26 pot

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 26 pot
... changing light bulbs and driving hydrids is practically irrelevant to wholesale de-carbonization by 2050 Over-Population and “carrying capacity” of Earth We need C-free energy and C-sequestration It ... Clear and Reachable No fine-tuning yet, but we know how to keep ...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 25 pot

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 25 pot
... leaders, and the internet Socioeconomic and Sociopolitical Influences Communities of Interest • Ally networks exist within government; and b/t conservation and scientists, and local government and ... knowledge and values and their opinions re: wave energy • Link between knowledge/understanding and acceptance or lack of support re: wave energy • Wave energy information sources • Wave energy and ... concerns and maximize policy input • Create effective public education and engagement efforts Lessons Learned re:  Governance  Socioeconomic and Sociopolitical Influences  Sustainability and Acceptability...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 24 docx

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 24 docx
... tail” for lift and propulsion Built for Speed • speed related to body length – 4-foot yellowfin tuna, 46 mph – 13-foot bluefin tuna, 90 mph (theoretically) – 9-foot porpoise, 25 mph – 30-foot killer ... Basic Ecology • factors regulating the distribution and abundance of organisms in the ocean • influence of physical and chemical parameters on organisms in the various ecosystems that ... Yellowfin tuna eggs • PLANKTON • NUTRIENTS More Nekton Strategies • predator/prey • must be swift and efficient swimmers • move swiftly to – eat – avoid being eaten • Thus fish have evolved to maximize...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 23 pps

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 23 pps
... Phosphorus (P) as Phosphate PO4 (-2 ) Silicon (Si) as Silicate SiO4 (-2 ) Phosphate and Nitrate in the Pacific Silicate in the Pacific Biolimiting Nutrients N, P, and Si are exhausted first in Eq ... Marine Ecology Basic Ecology physical and chemical parameters affecting distribution and abundance An ecosystem includes both the living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) portions of the environment ... reaction for life in the sea, and on earth in general: 6H2O + 6CO2 + energy + nutrients = C6H12O6 + 6O2 Focus on left side of equation What is in short supply in the sea and thus limits the amount...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 22 potx

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 22 potx
... anemones Oregon Algaes - Fachea Oregon Algaes - Hallosaccion Oregon Algaes - Mazzaella Oregon Algaes - Postelsia Oregon Sea Urchins Oregon Anemone - Anthopleura Oregon Anemone - Corynactis Shore ... 7:30 - Busses leave from Wilkinson lot 10:00 - Seal Rock volcanic rocks and tide pools 11:30 - Lunch at Seal Rock (bring your own; eat lunch in busses if weather is bad) x x x x 12 noon - Travel ... 7:30 - Busses leave from Wilkinson lot 10:00 - Seal Rock volcanic rocks and tide pools 11:30 - Lunch at Seal Rock (bring your own; eat lunch in busses if weather is bad) x x x x 12 noon - Travel...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 20 pptx

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 20 pptx
... characteristics of both progressive and standing waves Standing Waves x Sea, swell, and surf are progressive waves x Standing waves (seiches)… – Oscillate back and forth about a node, i.e., a fixed ... waves - stretch across entire ocean basins x shallow-water waves – wavelengths greatly exceed the depth of the ocean x complex sun interactions of moon and Origin of the Tides x Unlike wind-driven ... due to friction between the water and the shallow floor beneath it Centrifugal Force x Earth and Moon revolving around one another x unequal masses of Earth and Moon – center of rotation lies...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 19 docx

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 19 docx
... weight April 5-8 April 1 719 April 1 9-2 3 April 27-May May 1-5 May 5-1 0 What Glider Observations Reveal about Hypoxia on the Oregon Shelf? ODF&W hypoxia Near-bottom Oxygen Levels 2006 - 2009 2009 ... cross-shelf • Strong currents (50+ cm/s) • Complex Bathymetry • Historical Observations (195 0s) Umpqua River Line • Summer 2007 Apr 2006 – May 2010 • 1275 glider-days • 32,388 km • 481 cross-shelf ... Backscatter (1/m) Dissolved Oxygen (mL/L) Also measures CDOM fluorescence and average currents Real-Time Glider Data Students and Gliders Rice The Oregonian Oregon Field Guide, Episode 1707 Sept 20,...
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Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 18 pdf

Geography and Oceanography - Chapter 18 pdf
... very long periods and very large heights Advection Along Internal Waves Standing Waves Seas, swell, and surf are progressive waves Standing waves (seiches)… – Oscillate back and forth about a ... volcanic eruptions, and submarine slumping – open ocean: short heights, long wavelengths (>100 km), and long periods 40 0-5 00 mph!!! – shallow water: their length shortens and their height increases ... http://dusk.geo.orst.edu/oceans/103syl.html Transformation of Wind-Driven Deep-water Waves Transformation of Wind-Driven Shallow-water Waves Photography by Clark Little Photography by Clark Little...
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