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Study Guide for Exam 1
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Two basic types of information Terms Concentrate on terms introduced in class Be aware of terms used extensively in readings Concepts These are more abstract, and require explanation Concepts covered both in class and in the books will be emphasized
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Reading: Sutton and Anderson , Introduction to Cultural Ecology. Chapter 1. Introduction Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Ecology Chapter 3. Human Biological Ecology Chapter 4. Cultural Ecology Balter, M. (2005) Are Humans Still Evolving? Science 309:234- 237. Adger, W.N., J. Barnett, K. Brown, N. Marshall, K. O’Brien (2013)Cultural dimensions of climate change impacts and adaptation. Nature Climate Change 3:112-117. Diamond, Chapter 1. Prologue
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Lectures: Powerpoints posted on Canvas Biome Group Presentations Powerpoints posted on Canvas Videos
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Study strategies Material that is covered both in the lecture and in the readings is most likely to be on the exam
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  • Spring '08
  • Hassan
  • Ecology, Cultural Ecology, Human Biological Ecology

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