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Kbat

  1. 1. KBAT (Know and Be Able To)AGRICULTUREKNOW agribusiness feedlot ranching agriculture GMO ridge-tilling aquaculture green revolution rural settlement biotechnology horticulture shifting cultivation Boserup hypothesis intensive subsistence agriculture slash-and-burn (swidden) Carl Sauer intertillage subsidy commercial agriculture livestock ranching subsistence agriculture commodity chain luxury crops survey patterns crop rotation market gardening sustainable agriculture dairying Mediterranean agriculture Thomas Malthus domestication milkshed “tragedy of the commons” double-cropping Neolithic Revolution transhumance extensive subsistence agriculture pastoral nomadism truck farm fallow plantation vertical integration von Thünen’s model of agriculture BE ABLE TO explain how agriculture originated and identify its various hearths. describe the evolution of agricultural practices from their first use until today. correlate climate and terrain with various agricultural regions. describe and apply the von Thünen model to both small and large scale situations. map linkages between regions of production and consumption at different scales. world regions of export and import production and consumption (market) regions within a single state use agricultural practice to differentiate between less developed and relatively developed countries. discuss current trends and recent changes in agricultural practices in both developed and developing regions farm size and farming methods Case Studies crop types ____________________ effects of changing markets and government practices ____________________ describe rural settlement in terms of: ____________________ survey systems; long lot (seigneurial), rectangular, metes and ____________________ bounds ____________________ settlement types; linear, dispersed, clustered ____________________ ____________________ 163 ____________________ ________
  2. 2. causes, effects, and regions associated with differentsettlement patterns

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