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Final Study Guide - ANTH 200: The Origins of Humanity Dr....

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ANTH 200: The Origins of Humanity Dr. Roberto Delgado 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)? What are plesiadipiformes?
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2009 for the course ANTH 200Lg taught by Professor Yamashita during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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