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ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Irrigation, Lightning, Habitat Destruction

ENVS 1000U ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FINAL EXAM Instructor: Mary M. Olaveson FINAL EXAM BOOKLET SEAT MultipleChoice Questions VERSION INDICATE VERSIONA ON YOUR SCANTRON Complete the following information: Name: _____________...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
mary
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Triple Bottom Line, Source Reduction, Humus

Lecture 2 What is environmental science? It is the knowledge and understanding of how the environment works It is a science not an advocacy It is interdisciplinary (drawing on many divisive disciplines) Lecture 10 What ...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
mary
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Clearcutting, Incineration, Mulch

Environmental Science Post Midterm Lecture 10: Global Impacts of Climate Change What is Climate? - The atmospheric circulation drives weather and climate - Weather: specifies atmospheric conditions over short time...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
mary
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Coevolution, Consumerism, Bionics

Environmental Science Midterm Lecture 23: Identifying problems and finding solutions What is the Environment? It is the sum total of our surroundings. It consists of both: Biotic actors: the living things Abiotic factors:...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
mary
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carrying Capacity, Exponential Growth

Lecture 4: Human Impact Population Growth How fast is pop. growing? - Ecological rules apply to humans - Took all of human history to reach 1 billion (in 1804) o Disease, war, co...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olaveson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Alternative Energy, Sea Level Rise, Habitat Destruction

01/12/17 Lecture 2 What is the environment? Sum total of our surroundings Consists of both: o Biotic factors (organisms, pests, trees, raccoons, et...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olaveson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Amylose, Reaction Rate, Starch

Enzymes function and how they work Enzymes are catalyst o Substrate binds to the active site of the enzyme and is converted into a reaction product Cofactors/coenzymes and activators he...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olaveson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Invisible Hand, Non-Renewable Resource, Environmental Policy

Lecture 5 Human Impact: Affluence and Consumption Why is Human Affluence or Consumption a problem? - Examine how humans use the resources available on Earth - Find that developed countries use considerably ...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olaveson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biomimetics, Easter Island, Jared Diamond

01/17/17 Lecture 3 Why study Environmental Science? - Academic Goals o Better understanding of problems o How the world works ...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olaveson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Nuclear Fuel Cycle, Uranium Mining, Radioactive Waste
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1. Lecture 21 Environmental Science Energy Alternatives - Conventional What are the Conventional Alternative Sources of Energy? - Most of our energy still comes from natural gas, oil and coal o ...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
ENVS 1000U Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ecological Footprint, Sustainable Development Goals, Demographic Transition
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Introduction to Environmental Science - Identifying Problems What is the Environment? - the sum totals of our surroundings - consists of both: o biotic factors  A biotic f...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
ENVS 1000U Lecture 20: Lecture 20
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Lecture 20 Environmental Science Fossil Fuels: Conventional and NonConventional Forms What are Major Energy Sources? Include hydroelectricity, nuclear, renewables and fossils fuels Fossil fuels highly combustible substa...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
ENVS 1000U Lecture 19: Lecture 19
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Lecture 19 Environmental Science Fossil Fuels Coal What are Major Energy Sources? Include hydroelectricity, nuclear, renewables and fossils fuels Fossil fuels highly combustible substances formed from remains of dead or...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
ENVS 1000U Lecture 18: Lecture 18
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Lecture 18 Environmental Science Air Pollution What is Composition of Earths Atmosphere thin layer of gases that surrounds Earth absorbs radiation and moderates climate transports and recycles water and nutrients human...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
ENVS 1000U Lecture 14: Lecture 14
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Lecture 14 Environmental Science Marine Ecosystems and Resources What are Marine Ecosystems? Oceans cover most of Earths surface Oceans influence global climate, have great biodiversity, facilitate transportationcommerce,...

Environmental-Science
ENVS 1000U
Mary Olavson
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: National Environmental Policy Act, Municipal Solid Waste, Criteria Air Contaminants

l e a r n • r e f e r e n c e • r e v i e w permacharts TM EEnvironmental Law ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL POL...

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