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Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS. Data: How to Read It How to Use It.

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data how to read it how to use it

Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS

Data:How to Read It How to Use It

Data:How to Read It How to Use It

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Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS

In reviewing the timeline above, what states record the earliest known horticulture? A. Colorado and Massachusetts B. Massachusetts and North Carolina C. North Carolina and MichiganD. Michigan and Kansas

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Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS

In Arizona the Hohokam were very involved in agriculture before time lapse of more than 500 years when modern European agricultural techniques were used. What years were the Hohokam active in Arizona? A. 500 A.D. to 1600 A.D.B. 500 A.D. to 1300 A.D.C. 1300 A.D. to 1600 A.D.D. 1300 A.D. to 1870 A.D.

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Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS

By the 1850’s four of the six states were using European techniques and crop choices. According to the timeline, what western states were on the brink of beginning their agricultural development? A. California and Arizona B. Arizona and New MexicoC. Colorado and ArizonaD. Washington and Colorado

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Printed with permission from the following National Science Foundation Long Term Ecological Research sites involved in the Agrarian Lands in Transition (http://ces.asu.edu/agtrans/) grant (#DEB-0216560): CAP, CWT, HFR, KBS, KNZ, SGS

The Golden Years, a time when agriculture was booming and growing and very successful varied from state to state. What state was the first to be successful with commercial agriculture during this time?A. North CarolinaB. KansasC. ArizonaD. Massachusetts

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The Depression halted the Golden Years and the years of intensification and specialization in many states. This same time period marked the beginning of agricultural decline. What decade began the change of agriculture’s future forever?A. 1920sB. 1940sC. 1960sD. 1980s

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Compare and contrast two state’s agricultural histories. Include dates and time periods as well as reasons why you think their histories vary.