Exams are coming!
Get ready with premium notes and study guides!

All Educational Materials for ENV100Y5 at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (32 pages long!)

OC98255432 Page
84
Environmental science explores interactions between humans and the physical and biological world. Encompasses the biochemical-physical system in which
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 235 pages long!)

OC2116063235 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 48 pages long Study Guide!

OC131847948 Page
0
Our environment has complex networks of inter-linked systems: system include: The interactions of living species with the nonliving entities around the
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Tingting ZhuSummer

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Earth, Canada, Ecosystem

OC1336743209 Page
0
Edward burtynsky takes photos of bad environmental disasters that are striking and beautiful, but bad - push and pull, retract and attract, necessary,
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Earth, Photosynthesis, Trophic Level

OC2350613222 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)

OC115850565 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 181 pages long!)

OC2116063181 Page
0
Recycling yards, mine tailings, quarries, refineries, dams, factories. We are consciously or unconsciously aware that the world is suffering for our su
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (47 pages long!)

OC122394847 Page
145
Basic science of human impact on environment. Environmental issues and challenges we are facing as a global community. Fisheries a(cid:272)t had (cid:3
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

OC103206231 Page
0
Nebular hypothesis: explains how the solar system was created. Interstellar gas and clouds: starts to rotate and spin in a disc, nuclear fusion in the
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 84 pages long!)

OC121372584 Page
0
View Document
View all (100+)

Trending

Frequently-seen exam questions from 2014 - 2018.
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Chemical Element, Asthenosphere, Eutrophication

OC19489646 Page
0
Please read this before starting the rest of the quiz. This quiz is intended to be an individual exercise. We feel strongly that it is in your own best
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Graphical Interpretation

OC194896410 Page
0
Dept of chemistry and biochemistry, canisius college, buffalo, ny) General instructions: this assignment is due on (or before) friday, november 23, 201
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Quiz: QUIZ 3

OC19489647 Page
0
Saying that shrimp aquaculture has a large ecological footprint means that. C. one hectare of shrimp cage can require an area of ecosystem support many
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: MIDTERM

OC19489649 Page
0
It is always important to learn the language of any new discipline that you undertake. Match each of the following definitions with the term that best
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment - Spatial Interpretation Using GIS Answers

OC19489642 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Quiz: QUIZ 5

OC19489647 Page
0
B. is difficult to achieve at reasonably low temperatures and pressures. Hydropower, nuclear energy, and biomass are called "conventional energy altern
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment 4

OC19489642 Page
0
My name is fei chen, an undergraduate student studies at university of toronto. By this letter, i"d like to draw your serious attention to today"s glob
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Asthenosphere, Eutrophication, Ecosystem Ecology

OC19489647 Page
0
Exotic species can become invasive when they are in an area where they have no natural predators/pathogens. D. properties of a system that are not pres
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Term Test ANSWERS-POST

OC194896426 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5tintinWinter

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Assignment _2ANSWERS

OC19489642 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 27: CONSERVATION OF SPECIES AND HABITAT

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 30: CONSERVATION OF SPECIES AND HABITAT

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 23: AGRICULTURE , FOOD , BIOTECHNOLOGY

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 28: CONSERVATION OF SPECIES AND HABITAT

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 26: CONSERVATION OF SPECIES AND HABITAT

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 29: CONSERVATION OF SPECIES AND HABITAT

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Habitat Fragmentation

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Arain, Feedlot

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: The Technique

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 21: AGRICULTURE,FOOD , BIOTECHNOLOGY

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 15: SOIL RESOURCES

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 19: SOIL RESOURCES

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Invasive Species, Temperate Rainforest, Tropical Rainforest

OC26008923 Page
0
Some organisms play especially important roles in communities: a species that has particularly strong or far reaching impact is often called keystone s
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Commensalism, Decomposer, Heterotroph

OC26008922 Page
0
Some interactions have no effect in some participants: amensalism is a relationship in which one organism is harmed and other is unaffected. In commens
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 22: AGRICULTURE,FOOD , BIOTECHNOLOGY

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 18: SOIL RESOURCES

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 17: SOIL RESOURCES

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 13: HUMAN POPULATION

OC26008922 Page
0
Demography is the study of human population: demographic data helps understand how difference in population characteristics and related phenomena affec
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 14: SOIL RESOURCES

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Improved Sanitation, Infant Mortality, Industrial Revolution

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Ecological Niche, Niche Differentiation, Competitive Exclusion Principle

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Seaweed Fertiliser

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 20: AGRICULTURE,FOOD , BIOTECHNOLOGY

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 39: Ocean Current, Speciation, Background Extinction Rate

OC26008923 Page
0
Chapter evolution , biodiveristy and population ecology. Populations can be separated in many ways : natural mechanisms of population isolation that ca
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 37:

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Primary Production, Ecosystem Ecology, Heterotroph

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Chemical Substance, Soil Fertility, Radionuclide

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Scientific Method, Environmental Toxicology, Environmental Science

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Negative Feedback, Positive Feedback, Eutrophication

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cell Nucleus, Asthenosphere, Hydrogen Sulfide

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ecological Footprint, Carrying Capacity, Industrial Revolution

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Divergent Evolution, Evolutionary Pressure, Selective Breeding

OC26008924 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hydronics, Hydrogen Bond, Covalent Bond

OC26008923 Page
0
Water remains liquid over wide range of temperatures. Water exist in liquid form from 0 c all the way 100 c water. Water has a high heat capacity which
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Water Cycle, Transpiration

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Environmental Science, Wave Power, Industrial Revolution

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Surface Mining, Leachate, Potash

OC26008923 Page
0
Topic-minerals: mining methods and their impacts : Strip mining removes surface layers of rocks and soil : when resources occurs in shallow horizontal
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Mountaintop Removal Mining, Appalachian Mountains, In Situ Leach

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Igneous Rock, Tantalite, Pegmatite

OC26008923 Page
0
Lithosphere is the region including the uppermost layers of rock near earths surface. Colton mining areas of eastern congo are situated along the weste
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Temperate Forest, Biome, A Forest

OC26008923 Page
0
High latitude forest mainly in northern hemisphere. Characteristics cold , dry climates , short growing season. Found in canada , russia , scandinavia.
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Shelterwood Cutting, Ecosystem Services, Reforestation

OC26008923 Page
0
Forest products are economically valued : wood is used as fuel for fires used in homes. Industrial harvesting has allowed for extracting more timber in
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Clearcutting, Carbon Cycle, Transpiration

OC26008923 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cell Theory, Biomagnification, South American Plate

OC53748823 Page
53
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mariculture, Understory, Pterois

OC53748825 Page
71
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cyanobacteria, Biotic Component, Nitrogen Fixation

OC53748821 Page
60
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Midterm: Complete and Comprehensive 54 Page Term Test Study Guide

OC53748854 Page
314
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 32: Term Test Review

OC5374882 Page
86
There will be one set of multiple-choice questions, similar to those you have seen on the quizzes. The remaining questions will be mainly short- to med
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Pinus Ponderosa, Tropical Rainforest, Temperate Forest

OC5374884 Page
39
Ntfps = non-timber forest products, such as medicinal, herbal, decorative, and edible o o products. Flora: cold-tolerant evergreen conifers with needle
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Forest Management, Photosynthesis, Mycorrhiza

OC5374882 Page
44
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Habitat Destruction, Species Richness, Invasive Species

OC5374882 Page
28
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Ecotourism, Mescaline, Soil Fertility

OC5374882 Page
48
Organisms provide drugs and medicines: plants, in response to herbivory, produces, cyanide, caffeine, cocaine, mescaline, nicotine and many more. Biodi
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Wild Fisheries, Mariculture, Eutrophication

OC5374883 Page
40
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Svalbard Global Seed Vault, Crop Trust, Crop Diversity

OC5374882 Page
47
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 25: Agriculture and Biotechnology (continuation)

OC5374883 Page
35
Monocultures: large expanses of single crop types, increases yields (planting and harvesting more efficient, reduces biodiversity (e. g. pollinators, l
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Food Security, Overgrazing, Soil Salinity

OC5374883 Page
26
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Bioremediation, Subsidence, Intercropping

OC5374883 Page
60
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Aeration, Soil Texture, Humus

OC5374883 Page
37
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Global Hectare, Doubling Time, Biocapacity

OC5374882 Page
32
Demography: study of factors determining size and structure of human population, demographers study, population size, density and distribution, age str
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Neanderthal Genome Project, Neoteny, Hyoid Bone

OC5374882 Page
39
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Keystone Species, Food Chain, Food Web

OC5374882 Page
37
Three hypotheses: energy transfer, large fraction of energy is lost moving up a food chain; thus, there should be more trophic levels in highly product
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Metamorphic Rock, Oceanic Crust, Igneous Rock

OC5374883 Page
45
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Herbivore, Coevolution, Parasitism

OC5374882 Page
47
Env100y5- lecture 18- species interactions and community ecology. Ecological communities: antagonistic species become locked in a duel escalating adapt
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Population Ecology, Logistic Function, Carrying Capacity

OC5374882 Page
48
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sympatric Speciation, Vulnerable Species, Population Ecology

OC5374882 Page
44
Env100y5- lecture 16- evolution, biodiversity and population ecology. Ways to separate populations: sympatric speciation, population become reproductiv
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Natural Selection, Mutation, African Elephant

OC5374882 Page
43
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sedimentary Rock, Fossil Fuel, Geosphere

OC5374882 Page
50
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Biogeochemical Cycle, Maintenance Respiration, Primary Production

OC5374882 Page
39
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ecosystem Ecology, Systems Theory, Emergence

OC5374882 Page
53
What is ecosystem ecology: study of interactions among organisms and their physical environment as an integrated system. What is an ecosystem: a way of
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Evaporation

OC5374882 Page
36
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rock Cycle, Magma Chamber, Evaporation

OC5374882 Page
50
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Closed System

OC5374881 Page
43
What is covered in this chapter: systems, cycles, reservoirs and fluxes, the nature of environmental systems and cycles, feedback loops, how environmen
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Convergent Boundary, Plate Tectonics, Subduction

OC5374881 Page
43
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hydrosphere, Plate Tectonics, Chemotroph

OC5374883 Page
51
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nebular Hypothesis, Stellar Evolution, Gravitational Collapse

OC5374882 Page
51
Age of sun and solar system = ~ 4. 57 ga (billions of years) Based on models of stellar evolution and dating of primitive solar system objects. Based o
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: Introduction to Environmental Science

OC5374881 Page
79
A systematic process for learning about the world and testing our understanding of it. The accumulated body of knowledge that arises from this dynamic
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Environmental Science, Overconsumption, Sustainable Development

OC5374882 Page
71
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Environmentalism, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

OC5374881 Page
85
Pursuit of knowledge about the natural world. How nature resources and processes support life (human and other) A social movement dedicated to protect
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Null Hypothesis, Endocrine System

OC5374882 Page
50
A provisional statement (temporary statement) that proposes a possible explanation for a particular observed explanation. Cigarette smoking increases t
View Document
View all Premium Notes (70+)
View all professors (10+)
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Drift, Interdisciplinarity, Aposematism

OC97459228 Page
186
For example an anthropocentric, or _____________ worldview leads to a very different environmental management style than an ecocentric, or ____________
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Havelka, M.Fall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Radiation Pressure, Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Nitrogen Dioxide

Edward burtynsky photographer of recycled materials, waste, mines, ponds, natural things. Social relationships and institutions: government, religion,
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: ENV100 Lecture Notes

OC974592114 Page
21
How the course will be structured this year. Recycling yards, mine tailings, quarries, refineries, dams, factories. We are consciously or unconsciously
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaSummer

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pearson Education, E-Book, International Standard Book Number

OC4364677 Page
108
This introductory environmental science course examines large-scale features of. Earth, natural hazards, climate and weather systems, energy and minera
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: Introduction to Environmental Science

OC5374881 Page
79
A systematic process for learning about the world and testing our understanding of it. The accumulated body of knowledge that arises from this dynamic
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Coltan, Artisanal Mining, Columbite

OC7077568 Page
18
Session 37: mineral resources & mining (i) (4- How mineral resources contribute to our economy and society. The major methods and stages of mining. The
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Havelka, M.Fall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 4: ENV100 - Module 4

Cell phones and many other high-tech products contain coltan, used to make tantalum capacitors. Democratic republic of the congo: resource curse (resou
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Tingting ZhuSummer

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Relate, Paradigm Shift, Pseudoscience

OC13367433 Page
0
Environment is legal entity - it can have rights like a person depending on jurisdiction. Environmental policies/practices need to be defined by variou
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Habitat Fragmentation

OC26008922 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 30: L30 Ch14 - Global Climate Change Pt3

OC12239484 Page
11
View Document
View all (900+)
UTMENV100Y5burkeSummer

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes -Uptodate, Acquired Brain Injury, E-Book

OC6503210 Page
685
This introductory environmental science course examines large-scale features of. Earth, natural hazards, climate and weather systems, energy and minera
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Paradigm Shift, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Falsifiability

OC5512686 Page
315
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Asthenosphere, Himalayas, Metamorphic Rock

OC2309023 Page
0
In a closed system, energy can be exchanged between the system and its surroundings: stromatolites a calcareous mound built up of layers of lime-secret
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-10: Anemophily, Clayoquot Sound, Phytoplankton

OC1983432 Page
11
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ecological Relationship, Greenhouse Effect, Bromine

OC23090211 Page
0
Both common and harmful [ex sulphur dioxide (so2 or sox or trs), nitrogen dioxide (no2 or nox), particulate matter (pm by particle size), volatile orga
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecological Footprint, Environmental Science, Hunter-Gatherer

OC1983434 Page
29
Environment is more than water/land/air it is the sum of our surroundings includes biotic factors (living, we interact with them), abiotic (non-living,
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Volcanism, Allopatric Speciation, Nitrification

OC2309023 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter 11: Freshwater Systems and Water Resources

OC211606312 Page
0
Water that is relatively pure, with few dissolved salts. Only 2. 5% of the water on earth. Only 1% of the 2. 5% is easily accessible to humans. Hydrosp
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Fictitious Force, Westerlies, Cold Front

OC2309026 Page
0
Amd: stage 3: refining/sheltering: discharge of airborne contaminants, including heavy metals; organics; sulphur, etc. , slag heaps, indirect effects f
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurchFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Leachate, Net Metering

OC23090211 Page
0
Energy alternatives: nonrenewable: oil and natural gas (petroleum), coal, alternative fossil fuels (tar sands, oil shales, shale gas), nuclear energy (
View Document
View all (100+)

Most Popular

Your classmates’ favorite documents.
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ion, Hyoid Bone, Neoteny

OC31140920 Page
951
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genetic Drift, Interdisciplinarity, Aposematism

OC97459228 Page
186
For example an anthropocentric, or _____________ worldview leads to a very different environmental management style than an ecocentric, or ____________
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (32 pages long!)

OC98255432 Page
84
Environmental science explores interactions between humans and the physical and biological world. Encompasses the biochemical-physical system in which
View Document
UTMENV100Y5burkeSummer

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes -Uptodate, Acquired Brain Injury, E-Book

OC6503210 Page
685
This introductory environmental science course examines large-scale features of. Earth, natural hazards, climate and weather systems, energy and minera
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 48 pages long Study Guide!

OC131847948 Page
0
Our environment has complex networks of inter-linked systems: system include: The interactions of living species with the nonliving entities around the
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 235 pages long!)

OC2116063235 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Monika HavelkaFall

[ENV100Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (47 pages long!)

OC122394847 Page
145
Basic science of human impact on environment. Environmental issues and challenges we are facing as a global community. Fisheries a(cid:272)t had (cid:3
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Paradigm Shift, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Falsifiability

OC5512686 Page
315
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Plate Tectonics, Oceanic Crust, Abiotic Component

OC1983435 Page
38
Env100 exam practice questions module 1 (from quiz questions) To describe the process whereby particles began to stick together, first forming clusters
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Professor DowlerFall

ENV100Y5 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Nitrogen Dioxide, Volatile Organic Compound, Ice Cream Cone

OC5512686 Page
233
Env100 assignment #5: ground- level ozone in the. Stephanie pugliese, a phd candidate in environmental chemistry at u of t, created this assignment. St
View Document

Most Recent

The latest uploaded documents.
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 5: april 3 env 5

3 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 4: april 3 env 4

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 3: april 3 env 3

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: april 3 env 2

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 1: april 3 env 1

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 4: ENV100Y5 Lecture : env 4

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 3: ENV100Y5 Lecture : ENV100Y5 Lecture env 3

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 2: ENV100Y5 Lecture : env 2

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 1: ENV100Y5 Lecture : env 1

OC23506132 Page
0
View Document
UTMENV100Y5Barbara MurckFall

ENV100Y5 Lecture 10: ENV100Y5 Lecture : env

OC23506133 Page
0
View Document

All Materials (1,700,000)
CA (940,000)
UTM (40,000)
Environment (1,000)
ENV100Y5 (1,000)