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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

Chapter 4

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7 Mar 2011
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How people communicate intentionally or unintentionally, without words nonverbal cues include facial expressions, tone of voice, gestures, body positio
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

Chapter 3

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7 Mar 2011
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Automatic thinking thought that is unconscious, unintentional, involuntary and effortless. Helps us understand new situation by relating them to our pr
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Tutorial 3

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14 Feb 2011
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Today will be short, about 1 hour and then the professor will be in the answer questions to help prepare you for your exam. Next week will have a sligh
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Tutorial 2

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14 Feb 2011
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It is very important that you do the readings before you come to class. I will be putting you into groups so that you can answer some questions. I know
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Tutorial 1

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14 Feb 2011
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I don"t have office hours as of yet because there isn"t a demand for it. If you have to get a hold of me just email me. I live in guelph so i avoid com
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 11

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14 Feb 2011
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To survive in the world we have transformed, we must learn to think in a new way. As never before, the future of each depends on the good of all. This
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 10

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14 Feb 2011
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 there will be a tutorial on thursday.  i taped a video: john magnasan gave a lecture and he lectures about fresh water and global change. I watched
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

BIOC58H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sibilant, Turkey Vulture, Abscissa And Ordinate

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14 Feb 2011
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I came across this quote in the economist the other day. There are places in australia which is one of the bread baskets" in the world and in some plac
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 8

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14 Feb 2011
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Today: future projections for vegetation, national parks and reserves, now we will look at the future projections re: eco regions in the world, actual
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 7

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14 Feb 2011
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We want to go from looking at the period of time from the last glacial maximum to the present. The types of things that happened to populations and mak
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 6

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14 Feb 2011
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Kenneth boulding (1973) aptly describes the challenge we face (quote). I will be here and so will brendan. A number of you have to write early so remin
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 5

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14 Feb 2011
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We talked about proxies, evidence that has been mounted to support the claim that there have been major changes. The strongest evidence comes from look
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 4

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14 Feb 2011
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Keep it with you so you can reference as it will understand where you are regarding a variety of issues. At least for the next couple of lectures bring
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 3

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14 Feb 2011
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Agenda: recap -> will bring you up to speed, evidence -> there is major changes in terms of climate. Both sections of the lesson are on-line but after
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 2

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14 Feb 2011
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The lecture from last week is not on the intranet but the powerpoint presentation is. It was a good idea to get the pp lecture onto the intranet so i d
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UTSCBIOC58H3Rudy BoonstraFall

Lecture 1

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14 Feb 2011
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Focus on evidence for climate change and the consequences for us. It will be based on the past so we will look at historical evidence on what the earth
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 12

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12 Feb 2011
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Michael is available for office hours until next week and so will i so send a message if you like. I posted a sample exam on the intranet from last yea
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 10

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12 Feb 2011
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The important recognition that some 99% of all the species that have existed on the planet over history have vanished. The number of species today esti
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 8

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12 Feb 2011
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Focus on things that are quantitatively definable ( , You could answer in 2 ways either by definition or by. The multi-part questions are very likely t
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 7

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12 Feb 2011
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The full length lectures here are testable on the exam including the presentations in this class. I will give more tips to prepare for the final and wh
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 6

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12 Feb 2011
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We finished discussing the importance of chemical factors in determining herbivory from taking effect. All organisms die and decompose (pig example) an
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 5

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12 Feb 2011
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We discussed running out of crop space to grow food for the human race. I mentioned the use of human high rise structures (vertical gardening) to furni
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 3

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12 Feb 2011
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I am not giving summaries to you like in previous lectures. This is a 3rd year course so you don"t get that benefit. I used to do this so you could ref
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UTSCBIOC61H3Herbert KronzuckerFall

Lecture 2

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12 Feb 2011
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I gave instructions for the tutorial and most of you are following them well. Use my email for scheduling appointments or just come and see me after cl
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