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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Passenger Pigeon, Shrub Swamp, Carbon Cycle

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15 Dec 2016
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Video on gene editing how is can change an entire species: wa(cid:374)ted (cid:373)os(cid:395)uitoes that did(cid:374)"t t(cid:396)a(cid:374)s(cid:373)
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Sulfur Dioxide, Persistent Organic Pollutant, Winter Flounder

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27 Nov 2016
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Natural disturbances: hurricanes, other storms, volcanoes, earthquakes, tsunamis. Impact may be heightened due to human activities. Natural disturbance
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ENWC314 Lecture 9: ENWC314 lecture 9

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27 Nov 2016
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Monocarpic, Frustule, Seed Dispersal

Eden Tinkelman8 Page
27 Nov 2016
1
Life history: major life history characteristics include: Number and size of offspring: variations in these characteristics reflect different allocatio
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: New Bedford, Massachusetts, Cape May, New Jersey, Temperate Deciduous Forest

Eden Tinkelman8 Page
27 Nov 2016
1
Overexploitation: removal of marine living resources to levels that can not sustain viable populations, overexploitation can lead to resource depletion
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Interspecific Competition, Bumblebee, Intraspecific Competition

Eden Tinkelman6 Page
27 Nov 2016
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Competition: competition is the attempt by two different individuals (or species) to utilize the same limited resource: Release of antibiotics, territo
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: European Corn Borer, Poikilotherm, Limiting Factor

Eden Tinkelman10 Page
12 Sep 2016
2
Some environmental features of ocean and land: marine. Tide generation: tides are forced by the gravitational pull of the moon (mostly) and the sun (a
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Delmarva Peninsula, Water Potential, Xylem

Eden Tinkelman12 Page
12 Sep 2016
0
What limits geographic distributions: types of dispersal. Diffusion-- gradual spread of the population across hospital terrain. Jump dispersal-- moveme
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Arthropod, Isopoda, Annelid

Eden Tinkelman14 Page
12 Sep 2016
2
Natural selection and adaptation: natural selection drives biodiversity, random genetic variation causes difference in individuals" traits. Different b
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Apex Predator, Prey Switching, Dall Sheep

Eden Tinkelman7 Page
27 Nov 2016
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What is the primary factor limiting abundance of pops: predation. It can reduce abundance primary factor: detritivore-an organism (as an earthworm, a b
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ENWC314 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Staghorn Coral, Elkhorn Coral, Classic Case

Eden Tinkelman6 Page
15 Dec 2016
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Recovery after disturbance: controlled by many factors, successional processes are critically important; larger disturbances have longer recovery times
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ENWC314 Lecture 5: ENWC314 Lecture 5 notes

Eden Tinkelman12 Page
14 Sep 2016
3
New species: human ancestor, dinosaur, spider, etc. Some more modern and some in fossil record. Rationale: evolutionary speed, geographical area, inter
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