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Lec 21 Industry Impacts

Lec 21 Industry Impacts - Monday Nov 15 To Do List Finish...

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Monday, Nov 15 To Do List Finish Hohokam Lecture Impacts of Ancient Industrial Revolutions – Case Study: Copper Mines in Faynan, Jordan Reminder for Wednesday: discuss Field Report and Article Write-up 4
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Industrial Revolutions Industry: organized specialized economic activity concerned with extraction, processing, and manufacture of raw materials The Industrial Revolution – 18 th century Changed cities, technology, transportation, etc. – Environmental consequences Numerous “industrial revolutions” occurred in the past, also had social and environmental impacts
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Description of Core-Periphery as one region or state becomes prosperous, it must engulf regions nearby areas to ensure ongoing success the ‘core’ uses the ‘periphery’ to get resources to support growth of the core core needs a larger and larger catchment, become ‘global’ => inequality between core and periphery, increased intensification of agriculture, increased specialization, environmental degradation, interdependence
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Atmospheric Lead Over time
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Ancient Metallurgy Some metals require little processing (gold, some forms of copper)
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