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BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Zygosity, White Hole, Species Problem

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BIOL 3130- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Zygosity, White Hole, Species Problem

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BIOL 3130 Midterm: BIOL 3130-Midterm

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U OF GBIOL 3130Andrew Mac DougallFall

BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Allopatric Speciation, Introgression, Parapatric Speciation

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BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inbreeding Depression, Character Displacement, Agropyron Cristatum

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BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sympatric Speciation, Introgression, Global Warming

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BIOL 3130 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Reproductive Isolation, Mate Choice, Molecular Evolution

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U OF GBIOL 3130Andrew Mac DougallWinter

Conservation Biology - 9. Habitat Fragmentation

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Conservation Biology - 4. Five Riders of the Apocalypse

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Conservation Biology - 7. Ecosystem Management

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Conservation Biology - 5. Habitat Loss

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Habitat defines the natural conditions where a species lives. Habitat loss is the primary cause of extinction worldwide as it is the most serious threa
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BIOL 3130 Lecture 12: BIOL 3130 2018 Lecture 12

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BIOL 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Carbon Credit

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Case study: why canadians" climate concerns don"t always line up with the evidence. Earth is hotter than it has been in any of our lifetimes but canadi
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Conservation Biology - 10. PVAs

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Small populations can go extinct even if the expected (b-d) > 0, there is safety in numbers. Quantitative methods are needed to assess viability of thr
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Conservation Biology - 1. Introduction to Conservation Biology

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BIOL 3130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ecosystem Services, Agrochemical, Land Values

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Carbon credits *not going to ask what carbon credit is. Carbon credit: any tradable certificate or permit representing the right to emit one tonne of c
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BIOL 3130 Lecture Notes - Primary Producers, Ecosystem Services, Human Overpopulation

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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Yosemite National Park

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San francisco was going through a drought a there were ideas circulaing to damn up the hetch. Muir convinced him to explore alternaive opions but even
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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Anthropocentrism, Wilderness Therapy, Environmental Planning

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In 1965 the hatred of wilderness was sill alive: people like robert wernick felt that good things were dependent on keeping wilderness at bay in both n
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BIOL3130 Chapter 12: Chapter 12

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Ater the hetch hetchy setback in 1913 and muir"s death in 1914 wilderness preservaion rallied strongly: public appreciaion of wilderness was increasing
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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Nature Reserve, Transcendentalism

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Wisconsin, where he learned to look at the land with new awareness. Here he realized natural sciences complimented worship and his discovery of. His ir
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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Henry David Thoreau

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Appreciaion of wilderness led easily to the sadness at its disappearance from the american scene: a few conceived of the possibility of its deliberate
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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Gila National Forest, Trappers Lake

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Leopold recognized that protecing wilderness is also a mater of scieniic necessity as well as seniment. He grew up in the outdoors and was encouraged a
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U OF GBIOL 3130Andrew Mac DougallWinter

BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Puritans

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Early americans viewed wilderness with an unfavourable aitude: earliest setlers set the stage for haing wilderness and viewing advance of civilizaion a
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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Outdoor Life, Trophy Hunting, Henry David Thoreau

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Joe knowles posed as having spent 60 days alone in the wilderness living enirely of the land: he was highly praised and seen as a hero unil it was reve
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BIOL3130 Chapter 14: Chapter 14

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BIOL 3130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Deism

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