Human Ecology Lecture Notes and Revision Sheet

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  • UniversityUniversity College London
  • AreaSocial sciences
  • CourseHuman Ecology
  • Course CodeGEOG1004
  • ProfessorProfessor Richard Taylor
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  • Authorzrasbash
  • Created2015
  • Pages17
  • Approved19 April 2018

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This is a comprehensive compilation of 20 lectures, organised into detailed revision notes with key concepts from extra reading, seminars and case studies. Divided into 5 separate sections, it covers the content needed for any first-year geography student. The lectures are a broad analysis of the key ways humans interact with their environment, with a focus on resources. It combines aspects of human and physical geography. The lectures cover:

SECTION 1: VIEWING NATURAL RESOURCES
a) Migration
b) Gender & Eco-feminism
c) Self-determination and rights to resources

SECTION 2: CHANGING FACE OF RESOURCE ACCESS
a) Water Scarcity
b) Water, Climat Change and Food
c) Virtual Water
d) Water Storage and Adaptation

SECTION 3: RESOURCE CHANGE APPLIED
a) Hydro-politics
b) Contraction and Convergence
c) Water and Urbanisation

SECTION 4: KEY RESOURCE GEOPOLITICS
a) Energy
b) The Resource Curse
c) The Politics of Environmental Impacts

SECTION 5: FUTURES
a) Population and Scarcity
b) Post-Carbon Economies
c) The Anthropocene
d) Governing the Global Environment

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