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Department
Environment
Course
ENV100Y5
Professor
Barbara Murck
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 1: An Intro to Environmental Science Key Concepts Human Population Growth Four significant periods of societal change appear to have triggered remarkable increases in population size: 1. Paleolithic Period (Old Stone Age) i. early humans gained control of fire and began to shape and use stones as tools with which to modify their environment 2. Agricultural Revolution i. humans change from hunter-gather lifestyle to a settled, agricultural way of life 3. Industrial Revolution i. in the mid 1700s ii. shift from rural life, animal powered agriculture and manufacturing by craftspeople to an urban society powered by fossil fuels iii. start of polluti
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