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Undergraduate students will:
- Classify the different, major agricultural system types and explain their risk exposure to varying types of environmental changes.
- Compare historical cases of agricultural system success and failure in terms of their reactions to environmental changes.
- Relate cultural trends and events to causal factors emanating from environmentally-induced stress on agriculturally produced food resources.
- Critique current agricultural practices given antecedent patterns and environmental trajectories.
In addition to outcomes for undergraduate students, graduate students will be able to:
- Assess the similarities and differences between past and current agricultural systems and their relatedness to or dependency on specific environmental conditions.
- Predict a variety of possible outcomes of specific kinds of environmental change on particular agricultural systems.