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ENV200H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Haloalkane, Feedback, Axial Tilt

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Concerns precipitated by anthropogenic activities that are impacting the planet"s ability to self-regulate or persist : examples: climate change, strat
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ENV200H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Inbreeding Depression, Humus, Soil Salinity

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Ecosystems: what are they, what are their important characteristics, how are they organized, keystone species. Life on earth is organized into intercon
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Inorganic Chemistry, Coliform Bacteria, List Of Lakes By Volume

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Outline: perception of water, too much water, too little water. Sharing water-water conflicts: poor quality water, how can we increase freshwater suppl
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Fossil Water, Water Scarcity, Oak Ridges Moraine

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Importance of groundwater: global availability of water, canadian usage of water, basic daily water requirement. Hydrologic cycle: water is continuousl
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Overgrazing, Original Intent, Food Security

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Environmental concerns associated with agricultural activities: land degradation, water quality, animal and human health issues, pesticide and herbicid
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Tallgrass Prairie, Ecotone, Ozone Depletion

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ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Yellow Fever, Polar Amplification, Fossil Fuel

Global climate change: greenhouse gases, carbon cycle: pools &fluxes, impacts, mitigation and adaptation. Current greenhouse gas concentrations > lectu
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Atmospheric Circulation, Earth Science, Photosynthesis

Solutions to environmental problems are found in an understanding of systems and their rates of change. Systems and the scales on which they operate is
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Thermosphere, Organism, Ecosystem Services

Biochemical cycles: involves biological, geological, and chemical interactions, matter cycles through ecosystems, one ecosystem to another, one organis
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Industrial Revolution, Ocean Current, Oboe

Outline: ozone: tropospheric and stratospheric, global climate change. Effects of ozone depletion: more uv radiation reaches earth, image health proble
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Zero Population Growth, Thomas Robert Malthus, Common Era

Carrying capacity (k: largest population that can be sustained indefinitely, changes in response to environment, j-shaped curve -> s-shaped curve. When
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Surface 2, Arctic Ocean, Axial Tilt

Today: earth energy budget; seasons, atmospheric circulation, hadley calls, prevailing winds, coriolis effect, oceanic circulation: thermohaline circul
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Inorganic Chemistry, Coliform Bacteria, List Of Lakes By Volume

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Outline: perception of water, too much water, too little water. Sharing water-water conflicts: poor quality water, how can we increase freshwater suppl
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Fossil Water, Water Scarcity, Oak Ridges Moraine

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Importance of groundwater: global availability of water, canadian usage of water, basic daily water requirement. Hydrologic cycle: water is continuousl
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Exponential Growth, Ozone Depletion, Ecological Footprint

Environmental sustainability: ecological footprint, ipat, sustainable development. Footprint: definition, amount of land you need to consume the water
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Hemoglobin, Genetic Load, Mate Choice

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Outline: evolution, mutations as sources of genetic diversity, natural selection, sexual selection, genetic drift. Mutations: random, can be beneficial
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Terrestrial Animal, Feedlot, Soil Contamination

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Agricultural challenges: loss of prime farmland, loss of domesticated varieties, improving yields. Loss of agricultural land: no prime agricultural lan
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UTSGENV200H1Karen IngWinter

ENV200H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Plant, Soil Horizon, Zygosity

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Outline: interactions between species, how does diversity of species come about, evolution. Long term outcome e c n a d n u b. Evolution & natural sele
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