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how did humans directly impact their environment

How did humans directly impact their environment

Talent 21 project period 9 Michael jones

  • How did the early humans affect our environment. By changing the environment by making new changes like constructing new tools and making artifacts. So that they can make the first human civilization with making new cities and new changes to the environment. So they can develop their new life in the places they found. Then they can adapt to the environment to communicate to stay alive.
after glacier age
After glacier age

broken ice still around

  • Dead humans
  • Chilly waters
  • Dead animals
  • Avalanches from melting glaciers.
  • Land started to show.
early man
Early man
  • New technology.
  • Sculptures.
  • Shelters.
  • Hunting otters and other animals.
  • Fishing.
  • Climate change.
early farmers
Early farmers
  • Growing food.
  • Barns.
  • Animals.
  • Water sources.
  • Hunting.
  • Surpluses.
  • Fires.
  • Irrigation.
  • Water supply's.
  • Slash and burn farming.
  • Mud huts.
  • Pottery.
  • Agricultural techniques..
  • Irrigation.
  • They built dams.
  • Made pyramids.
  • Sailed the Nile.
  • Rituals.
  • Festivities.
  • party's.
  • Conquering other places.
  • Water system.
  • Water holders.
  • Buildings.
  • Temples.
  • Mountains.
  • Narrow valleys.
  • Exchange and trade.
  • Growing population.
  • Tools.
  • Animals like goats sheep pigs.
  • Farming fruits.
  • Growing new crops.
  • Wheat, olives, grapes.
  • Sculptures.
  • Pottery.
  • Paintings.

statues of gods.

  • Wars.
  • Government.
  • The way that people had remade what had happen in the before time into our time. What we do now is the same thing cause we make things today as well. Like today we make governments so they help us keep on track of what we do. We make building's and houses so that we humans of this time have a place to live that’s not made of mud. So we still make changes to the environment today so that we can live in a better community of people. Like you we made a change to this world and still are today.