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MIT1_018JF09_guide_3 - QUIZ 3 - STUDY GUIDE 2009 Tuesday,...

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QUIZ 3 - STUDY GUIDE 2009 Tuesday, November 24 th , 2009; 11:00am-12:30pm; Walker Memorial Approximately 50% of the quiz will cover new material: everything from Lecture 14 (Human Population Growth on November 3 rd ) through Lecture 18 (Prof. Sterman’s Lecture on November 19 th ) including competition and the niche, predation, and biogeography. The remaining 50% will be cumulative, and may cover anything from Lecture 1 through Lecture 13 . This includes the early earth, redox reactions, energy transformations and metabolism, biogeochemical cycles, the carbon cycle, primary and secondary productivity, Redfield ratio and limiting factors, ecosystem experiments, food webs, population growth, chemostats, and life tables. Like Quiz 1 and 2, the questions will be primarily short answer, which can be responded to with a few sentences, a sketch with a description, or a brief calculation. We could also ask you to interpret a graph/data or give you a discussion question. Use Problem Sets 1-3, the Quiz 3 Study Questions, the
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This note was uploaded on 11/29/2011 for the course CIVIL 1.018j taught by Professor Markusbuehler during the Fall '08 term at MIT.

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