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Extinction+-+Week+4+-+Lec+1 - WEEKFOUR LectureOne 3parts I.

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WEEK FOUR Lecture One 3 parts I. Extinction Causality II. Consequences of Mass Extinction III. Who Lives?
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VII. B. 1. End Permian SHORT FILM
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I. A. Bad Genes of Bad Luck? Percentage of marine genera extinct Millions of years ago Mass Extinctions
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I. A. Bad Genes or Bad Luck? Why do species go extinct? What is random? How does extinction act to shape life on Earth? Is it easier for some species to go extinct than for others? What does this mean for people?
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I. B. Gambler’s Ruin and Other Issues
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I. B. Gambler’s Ruin and Other Issues Prof. Scott’s Lucky Coffee Mug
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I. B. Gambler’s Ruin and Other Issues Hypothetical Mug Survival Histogram Age Frequency
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I. C. Periodicity What is periodicity?
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iI. C. Periodicity What does periodicity imply? cause cause cause
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I. C. Periodicity Why is periodicity significant? (I want you to think about this. Discuss it with a friend or classmate. There could be many answers.)
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I. C. Periodicity How can we recognize periodicity?
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I. C. Periodicity How can we recognize periodicity?
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Does the shoe fit? If so, how well? VIII. C. Periodicity
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I. C. Periodicity Goodness of Fit Does data (observations) conform to a prediction of a model (idea of how something works)? Weight Observed Calories Consumed The red line is a model.
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The red dots are three observations that fit the model perfectly! I. C. Periodicity Goodness of Fit Does data (observations) conform to a prediction of a model (idea of how something works)? Weight Observed Calories Consumed
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Goodness of Fit Does data (observations) conform to a prediction of a model (idea of how something works)? Weight
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Extinction+-+Week+4+-+Lec+1 - WEEKFOUR LectureOne 3parts I.

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