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ANTH 200: The Origins of Humanity Dr. Roberto Delgado Office hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:45-1:45pm OR by appointment Review Questions for Exam #3 (the FINAL) December 11, 2008 at 2:00 PM The FINAL exam will be mixed format and non-cumulative. You are responsible for both lecture and material from the text ( see below ). Also take advantage of your lab manual and online resources such as http://www.wwnorton.com/web/evolve Readings : Boyd and Silk (2006) How Humans Evolved, 4 th Edition. Please focus on: Ch. 10: 242-255 (Box 10.3, p262-263) Ch. 11: p269-297 Ch. 12: p304-314 Ch. 13: p327-332, p337-353, p358-360 Ch. 14: p362-364, p376-388 Ch. 15: ALL Ch. 16: p431-440, p445-455 Ch. 17: p457-472 Annual Editions in Physical Anthropology 08/09: Articles #34-37 and #43-44 Why might geology and climate change be important factors in relation to primate (and human) evolution? What is continental drift / plate tectonics? What are some examples of absolute and relative dating methodologies? What is the general basis for each of these techniques (e.g. radioactive decay, stratigraphy, faunal correlation)?
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