ANT 154B Course notes- Lecture _1

ANT 154B Course notes- Lecture _1 - ANT 154BN Course notes...

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ANT 154BN Course notes Lecture #1: Introduction 4 January 2011 Key terms and concepts are indicated in blue Outline 1. Nuts and bolts of ANT 154B 2. Course overview 3. Why study primates? 4. How do we study primates? 1. Nuts and bolts of ANT 154B Instructor: Andrew J. Marshall ajmarshall@ucdavis.edu 216 Young Hall Office hours: Mondays 1:10–3pm and by appointment Teaching Assistant: Julie Linden jlinden@ucdavis.edu 2S Young Hall (located in the basement) Office hours: Wednesdays 1–3pm Syllabus: read it! Email etiquette Grading policy Discussion sections and related work comprise 50% of your grade 2. Course overview Evolutionary ecology Brief introduction of topics to be covered 3. Why study primates? 1. General biological interest 2. To better understand ourselves and our place in nature homology analogy 3. To aid general conservation efforts
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4. How do we study primates? Some general thoughts on science
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