Changes_In_the_Land_2008cronan

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1 Changes In the Land ISS 310-009 Spring 2008
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2 How has the biophysical environment of south central Michigan changed over the past 250 years?
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4 How have the animal species in south central Michigan changed over the past 250 years?
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8 What do we mean by wilderness?
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9 Three Questions How did “nature” change with the coming of the Europeans?
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10 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . .
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11 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . . Written accounts – explorers, travelers, settlers, administrators
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12 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . . Written accounts – explorers, travelers, settlers, administrators First-hand, direct contact and observation, but . . . Lack of naturalist skills Ideological commitments Unrepresentative sample Fuzzy nomenclature – too vague, too familiar
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13 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . . Written accounts – explorers, travelers, settlers, administrators Government records
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14 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . . Written accounts – explorers, travelers, settlers, administrators Government records Political and social biases
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15 how can one study ecological history and cultural history? . . . Written accounts – explorers, travelers, settlers, administrators Government records Paleobotany – relict habitats
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This note was uploaded on 03/19/2008 for the course ISS 310 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '05 term at Michigan State University.

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