What's up 2 Spring 2011

What's up 2 Spring 2011 - So Whats Up This Week2...

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So What’s Up This Week……………2 Anthropology 155 Remember Chapter 3 This chapter does a brief and comprehensive job of discussing all of the scientific processes used to understand and interpret the geological, paleontological, prehistoric, and historic past. Anthropological archaeologists are not the dinosaur people! Anthropological researchers do primate paleontology to understand what the prehistoric primates are about. Artifacts, ecofacts, fossils, and features are all important to archaeologists and paleontologists in our strategies to study past organisms and ecosystems. The processes through which archaeological and paleontological data is collected are standardized, so the data is comparable throughout the discipline. Dating techniques are important for you to understand! These are our time markers to place our finds into the context of time. Make sure to know all the dating methods. This is all critical information, and will be the way you can answer the question “How do they know that”. Chapter 4 Is the basics of genetics and evolution. Most of you have already have an excellent background in this, and we will not spend too much time with the it. What you need to understand is the implications of this information to our understanding of how
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course ATH 155 taught by Professor Gnivecki during the Spring '08 term at Miami University.

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