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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 2: Lecture 2: Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Geography (GGR) 107 The Mystery of Easter Island The Mystery of Easter Island GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 What Happened? largely forested prior to human occupancy (approx. 16 species of trees, at least one large) widely agreed that deforestation became irreversible, and had significant ecological repercussions considerable scholarly debate about the proportionate interaction of human and natural forcessuch as drought, for examplein bringing about deforestation http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ioa/eisp/rapanui/rapanui.htm GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 How Can We Know? Theoretical development (ideas) Text Observation and testing (facts) Values Ontology GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 GGR 107 Environment, Food and People 2007-8 Critical Thinking A process by which we use our knowledge and...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2008 for the course GGR 107 taught by Professor White during the Fall '07 term at University of Toronto- Toronto.

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GGR107 lecture 2 - Lecture 2: Lecture 2: Critical Thinking...

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