Lecture 1 - a “Bottom-up” b “Top-down” 2...

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Lecture 1: What is Ecology? I. Key Words A. Ecology II. Key Concepts A. “Bottom-up” B. “Top-down” III. General Outline A. The word ecology comes from: B. Ecology is: C. Ecology is important because: D. “Bottom-up” approaches are: E. “Top-down” approaches are: F. Both approaches are important because: G. An example of each approach to explaining a particular observation is: 1. Observation:
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Unformatted text preview: a. “Bottom-up”: b. “Top-down”: 2. Observation: a. “Bottom-up”: b. “Top-down”: 3. Observation: a. “Bottom-up”: b. “Top-down”: 4. Observation: a. “Bottom-up”: b. “Top-down”: H. Why do we increasingly need top-down as well as bottom-up thinking about infectious diseases? 1. 2. 3. 4. IV. Additional Notes and Questions:...
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Lecture 1 - a “Bottom-up” b “Top-down” 2...

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