Lecture7 - Case Study #2: The Perfect Meal, Ecologically,...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/6/11 Dr. Paula Lemons BIOL 1104 Case Study #2: The Perfect Meal, Ecologically, Part 2
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9/6/11 Learning Objectives – Thursday and Today Respond intelligently, with information and data, to the general question, “What should I eat?” List the inputs and energetic costs that lead to different meals. Read a paper from the primary literature. Describe what a fossil fuel is and relate it to “current sunshine” and Net Primary Productivity. Describe some of the agricultural uses of water and how food production generates
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9/6/11 Case Study #2 - Group
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9/6/11 Thinking of changing your diet?
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9/6/11 Want to discuss more? Monday, September 19, 8 PM, location TBA. Discussion on “eating right ecologically” in Athens. Featuring Craig Page, Director of PLACE and Mary Carlson, co-founder of UGA’s community garden, UGarden. Three or four evening discussions this semester. Can receive 5 points of extra credit for attending one discussion.
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9/6/11 What are the strengths Strengths Weaknesses
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