Living in the Biosphere: Production, Pattern, Population, and Diversity
Dwight Brown
Department of Geography, University of Minnesota

Editor's Note | Full Table of Contents | Tables | Figures | Acronyms | Guide, Summary, and Overview of this Module
Unit 1: Introduction Unit 2: Production Unit 3: Pattern Unit 4: Diversity
References | Glossary | Notes on Active Pedagogy | Supporting Materials | Appendix: Readings

Significant contributions from CCG2 Summer 1995 Workshop participants Sarah Bednarz (Texas A&M University), Robert Ford (Westminster College of Salt Lake City), Frances Slater (University of London, UK), Michael Solem (Pennsylvania State University), Peter Stern (Manchester Community Technical College), Ray Sumner (Los Angeles Valley College), Arvind Susarla (Clark University), and Susanne Moser (Project Staff, Clark University).

Developing Active Learning Modules on the Human Dimensions of Global Change
"Living in the Biosphere: Production, Pattern, Population, and Diversity"
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Project director, Susan Hanson, Clark University, acknowledges the support of the National Science Foundation (NSF) to the Association of American Geographers (AAG) (Grant No. DUE-9354651) for the development of these teaching materials. Administrative support is provided through the AAG's Second Commission on College Geography (CCG2) and the AAG's Educational Affairs Director, Osa Brand, and her staff. General Project support is provided by Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts which also hosted a workshop to develop the modules further. The hard work of the conference participants evident in these materials is greatly appreciated. Kay Hartnett, Clark University, gave most generous and proficient graphic design advice. Module authors, co-authors, and other contributors are solely responsible for the opinions, findings, and conclusions stated in this module which do not necessarily reflect the views of the NSF or AAG.

These materials were converted to hypertext form with the permission of the authors and the AAG by Jennifer Goett and Tony Kirvan, University of Texas at Austin.

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