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RNR Test One Parital Notes

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15 Mar 2019
We need to have the power to change it: cbd (convention on biological diversity)- Binding treaty signed by 193 nations in 1992: typically associated wi
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RNR 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ecocentrism, George Perkins Marsh, Barry Commoner

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30 Oct 2014
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LSURNR 1001AllSpring

RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cryosphere, The Dust Bowl (Film), Sulfur Dioxide

3 Page
2 Jul 2014
Lecture study guide - focus not only on knowing the terms and concepts, but examples of each one. Make sure you know the concept if you see a definitio
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LSURNR 1001AllSpring

RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rangeland, Shortgrass Prairie, Supersaturation

4 Page
2 Jul 2014
Dominant commercial fisheries groups: finfishes, crustaceans, and molluscs, kelp. Stock fluctuations due to exploitation and environmental factors. Hab
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RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Silviculture, Revegetation, Shelterwood Cutting

2 Page
2 Jul 2014
Factors influencing forest development - how (why?) are they important: Seeding and germination habits - co-evolution with pollinators and seed dispers
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Test 2 Notes

6 Page
15 Mar 2019
Includes 71 pounds of dioxin: effect on environment, contamination of groundwater, contamination of drinking water, what do we do to control pollution,
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Test Two

13 Page
15 Mar 2019
Niagara falls, then hooker chemical and plastics- 22,000 tons of waste by 1953. Hooker sold property to the nf board of education for , with a disclaim
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Exam 2 Lecture Notes

18 Page
15 Mar 2019
Silt fence to prevent soil runoff into streams: minimize fertilizer, pesticide, and herbicide runoff, ex. Industrial pollution is also pervasive in dev
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Exam 1 Notes

11 Page
15 Mar 2019
Cbd (convention on biological diversity)- binding treaty signed by 193 nations in. Typically associated with the productivity of resources, but should
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Test 1

8 Page
15 Mar 2019
Perpetual resources-unlimited availability: geothermal, wind, hydropower-tidal, solar. Non renewable resources-need to be efficient and recycle: oil, c
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Final Exam Questions

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR 2031 Exam 1

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15 Feb 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: False Dilemma, Moodle, The Work Foundation

2 Page
8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture 14: DISCUSSION SET 5

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8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture 11: DISCUSSION SET QUESTION #3

4 Page
8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nuclear Family, Pillow Talk, Tender Years Doctrine

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8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Embezzlement, John Paul Stevens, Vasectomy

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8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Legal Guardian, In Loco Parentis, Equal Protection Clause

12 Page
8 Nov 2019
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CFS 4052 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Solipsism, Moodle, The Boston Globe

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8 Nov 2019
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ChE Flowchart

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15 Mar 2019
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LSURNR 1001KelsoSpring

RNR 1001 Lecture 1: RNR 1001.docx

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25 Feb 2015
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Notes 001

2 Page
15 Mar 2019
Something that can be used for support or help. Something found in nature that is necessary or useful to humans, such as a forest, a mineral deposit, o
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August 27th Notes

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR Notes 103

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR 1001 All Notes

45 Page
15 Mar 2019
Service policies that favored harvesting in national forests: considered 3 phases in the development of human ethics, relationships among individuals,
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Notes Full 2

26 Page
15 Mar 2019
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR 1001 CLASS NOTES

50 Page
15 Mar 2019
Service policies that favored harvesting in national forests: considered 3 phases in the development of human ethics, relationships among individuals,
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RNR Notes 104

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR Notes 005

2 Page
15 Mar 2019
Adjacent ecosystems often have a transition habitat with its own distinct vegetation and biota- ecotone. Human activities tend to simplify ecosystems b
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR 1001 Notes Feb 21 25

8 Page
15 Mar 2019
Terrestrial ecosystems - biomes a biome: desert. Characteristics of deserts: slow plant growth, low biodiversity, drought conditions, very fragile ecos
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Intro

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15 Mar 2019
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Humans And Natural Resources

1 Page
15 Mar 2019
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RNR 1001 Syllabus

4 Page
15 Mar 2019
Office hours: tuesday 9:30 10:30 am, wednesday 2-3 pm, thursday 2 3 pm or by appointment. Office location: renewable natural resources building, room 2
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Fisheries And Marine Habitat

1 Page
15 Mar 2019
Lentic systems (still water systems) provide several distinct habitats that can be important for fisheries production. These habitats often have differ
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Syllabus

4 Page
15 Mar 2019
Office hours: 8:00 - 11:00 am, t, th; 2:30-4:00 m, w; appointments are suggested, but are not required. Meeting time: 10:30 - 11:20 am; mwf; room 02 lo
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR 1001 Feb 29th 16

2 Page
15 Mar 2019
Wetlands reduce the severity and frequency of flooding- -4 billion in annual losses. Increase slow infiltration and percolation of water to recharge aq
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NR Conservation And Stewardship

4 Page
15 Mar 2019
Natural resource conservation: something that can be used for support or help, necessary/useful to humans that is constantly replenished by natural pro
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR Sep 2nd

2 Page
15 Mar 2019
Allochthonous- small streams depend on this, primary production that drives the stream, comes from outside, not from within, comes from the riparian zo
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Renewable Natural Resources

17 Page
15 Mar 2019
Resources- something that can be used for support or help. Natural resources- something found in nature that is necessary or useful to humans, e. g. ,
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Ecology Of Natural Resources

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR 1001 Lecture 1: RNR 1001.docx

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RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rangeland, Shortgrass Prairie, Supersaturation

4 Page
2 Jul 2014
Dominant commercial fisheries groups: finfishes, crustaceans, and molluscs, kelp. Stock fluctuations due to exploitation and environmental factors. Hab
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LSURNR 1001AllSpring

RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cryosphere, The Dust Bowl (Film), Sulfur Dioxide

3 Page
2 Jul 2014
Lecture study guide - focus not only on knowing the terms and concepts, but examples of each one. Make sure you know the concept if you see a definitio
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LSURNR 1001AllSpring

RNR 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Silviculture, Revegetation, Shelterwood Cutting

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2 Jul 2014
Factors influencing forest development - how (why?) are they important: Seeding and germination habits - co-evolution with pollinators and seed dispers
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RNR 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ecocentrism, George Perkins Marsh, Barry Commoner

1 Page
30 Oct 2014
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Intro

1 Page
15 Mar 2019
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Humans And Natural Resources

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15 Mar 2019
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

RNR 1001 Syllabus

4 Page
15 Mar 2019
Office hours: tuesday 9:30 10:30 am, wednesday 2-3 pm, thursday 2 3 pm or by appointment. Office location: renewable natural resources building, room 2
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RNR Notes 001

2 Page
15 Mar 2019
Something that can be used for support or help. Something found in nature that is necessary or useful to humans, such as a forest, a mineral deposit, o
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August 27th Notes

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15 Mar 2019
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RNR TEST 4

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15 Mar 2019
There are some organisms that live there: sabertooth viber fish, angler fish, upwelling, very important, often occur on the west coast of continents, w
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Ecological Principles Of Living Organisms

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15 Mar 2019
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Ecology Of Natural Resources

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15 Mar 2019
Resource conservation can be viewed as applied ecology, ecology is a relatively young science. To improve henslow"s sparrow habitat in louisiana"s long
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Environmental Problems

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15 Mar 2019
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Environmental Problems Continued

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15 Mar 2019
Loss of dissolved oxygen: diurnal oxygen production high, nocturnal respiration high, algae can become self-limiting, mortality and decomposition high,
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LSURNR 1001AllFall

Exam 2 Material

23 Page
15 Mar 2019
Nocturnal respiration high decomposition high very low at night. Do very low in early morning, very high mid day, Some species (cyanobacteria bacteria
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Exam 3 Material

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15 Mar 2019
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Exam 4 Material

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15 Mar 2019
In implication, if my way is right but your way is wrong and bad: cultural relativism it"s the view that all cultures have merit or value within their
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Humans And Natural Resources

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15 Mar 2019
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Intro

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15 Mar 2019
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