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Title: Dataset from "Using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes of Hair to Teach About Sustainable Agriculture Through Active Learning" Open Access Deposited

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  • Students donated hair to this study. It was washed with a 2:1 solution of methanol/chloroform to remove residues and lipids. A Costech elemental analyzer attached to a Finnigan Delta V+ mass spectrometer was used for the samples. Units of per mil (0/00) relative to the international standard Vienna Pee Dee Belemnite for carbon and air for nitrogen are used for the isotopic ratios. Students also completed a dietary lifestyle questionnaire on any animal products, fast food, and/or soda that they might consume.
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  • These spreadsheets contain all data and data by diet type, meat consumption, gender, and British comparison for the classroom activity described in the accompanying paper.
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  • nsheldon@umich.edu
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  • Cotton, J.M., and Sheldon, N.D., 2013, Using stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes of hair to teach about sustainable agriculture through active learning: Journal of Geoscience Education 61, 59–67. https://doi.org/10.5408/12-309.1
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  • 08/26/2019
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  • 04/17/2019
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Cotton, J., Sheldon, N. (2019). Dataset from "Using Stable Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopes of Hair to Teach About Sustainable Agriculture Through Active Learning" [Data set]. University of Michigan - Deep Blue. https://doi.org/10.7302/wd4s-bq20

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