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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavsonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Median Lethal Dose, Ingredients Of Cosmetics

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22 Apr 2013
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This assignment is worth 5% of your final mark in envs 1000. Assignment # 6 is due by thursday april 11, 2013 (by 5 p. m. ) through the blackboard assi
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavsonFall

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ecological Footprint, Sustainable Development Goals, Demographic Transition

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18 Dec 2016
8
A biotic factor is any living component that affects the population of another organism, or the environment. This includes animals that consume the org
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pearson Education, Biological Pest Control, Sustainable Agriculture

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25 Feb 2016
30
The practice of raising crops and livestock for human use and consumption. Land used is ~ 38% of earth"s surface. All usable land in use search for mor
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavsonFall

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Uranium Mining, Radioactive Waste

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18 Dec 2016
1
Most of our energy still comes from natural gas, oil and coal: 3 fuels power two-thirds of (cid:449)orld"s ele(cid:272)tri(cid:272)ity generation. Gi(c
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Habitat Fragmentation, Ecotourism, Habitat Destruction

Gavin Pandher3 Page
8 Feb 2016
21
Biologists have described about 1. 8 million species. There may be as many as 100 million species. Biodiversity = the variety of all on earth (e. g. mi
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biomimetics, Sustainable Development Goals, Habitat Destruction

Gavin Pandher2 Page
18 Jan 2016
41
Applied goals: finding sustainable solutions to environmental problems. Technological innovation: energy efficient methanol powered fuel cell car from
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Selective Breeding, Panmixia, Disruptive Selection

Gavin Pandher5 Page
11 Feb 2016
24
Understanding biological evolution is vital for understanding modern biology! How are populations of species altered over time: genetic drift, populati
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Industrial Revolution, Commodification, Habitat Destruction

Gavin Pandher4 Page
18 Jan 2016
43
Consists of both: biotic factors, abiotic factors. Common use of term separates humans from rest of nature. Humans exist within the environment part of
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavsonFall

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Ecological Footprint, Scientific Method, Controlled Burn

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5 Nov 2013
70
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UOITENVS 1000UKarl PinnoFall

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Disinfectant, Water Cycle, Aquifer

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25 Nov 2012
29
Water is in the air and in our body (60% of our body) Earth is a water planet and is 71% percent of it is covered with water. However this water is mos
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavsonFall

ENVS 1000U Lecture 20: Lecture 20

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3 Dec 2016
2
Include hydroelectricity, nuclear, renewables and fossils fuels. Fossil fuels - highly combustible substances formed from remains of dead organisms. Ma
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UOITENVS 1000UMary OlavesonWinter

ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Asian Brown Cloud, Tropospheric Ozone, Smog

Gavin Pandher5 Page
21 Mar 2016
16
Thin layer of gases that surrounds earth. Human activity is changing the amounts of some gases. Air pollution can come from mobile/stationary sources.
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