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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Connecticut, United States Congress

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1 Apr 2019
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4 parts of environmental law: approaches, tools, tool users, techniques. Deep (department of energy and environmental protection) - ct. Dep. of environ
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Wetland, Biomass, Water Table

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1 Apr 2019
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UCONNNRE 3000Anita MorzilloFall

NRE 3000 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Wildlife, Natural Resource, Ford Focus

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29 Mar 2019
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - United States Environmental Protection Agency, Connecticut, United States Congress

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14 Feb 2019
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wetland, Biomass, Water Table

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14 Feb 2019
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UCONNNRE 3000Anita MorzilloFall

NRE 3000 Study Guide - Fall 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wildlife, Natural Resource, Ford Focus

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13 Feb 2019
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UCONNNRE 2600Tracy RittenhouseSpring

NRE 2600 Lecture 3: 3 Introduction to Resilience

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1 Feb 2019
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Optimization: maximizing the production of specific components in the system by controlling for others. Efficiency: the extent to which time, effort, o
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UCONNGSCI 1050Ran FengSpring

GSCI 1050 Lecture 2: 2 Scientific Method and Nucleosynthesis

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28 Jan 2019
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Identify problem, propose hypothesis: collect large amounts of data, test the hypothesis. If it stands the tests, it becomes a theory. Hypothesis: a pr
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture 5: 5 Techniques

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26 Jan 2019
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Techniques used in environmental cases: adr (alternative dispute resolution, suing, citizen suits. Burden of proof: one of three ways: beyond a reasona
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: National Environmental Policy Act, Rational Basis Review

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26 Jan 2019
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If agencies mess up they rely on public to take action to solve: action forcing not action prohibiting, no restriction on pollution, emission, waste, e
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: National Priorities List, Polluter Pays Principle, Arrangement

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26 Jan 2019
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Cercla: looks to past disposal. (ct) transfer act: looks to this transaction. Superfund law (cercla) (comprehensive environmental response compensation
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fundamental Orders Of Connecticut, Tempora, Perpetual Union

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26 Jan 2019
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4 parts of environmental law: approaches, tools, tool users, techniques. Deep (department of energy and environmental protection) - ct. Dep. of environ
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture 4: 4 Tool Users

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26 Jan 2019
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Superfund law: if you dumped 40 years ago, even if it were legal then, you are punishable for it now. Government agencies: epa, fish and wildlife, core
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture 3: 3 Laws v Regulations Part 2

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26 Jan 2019
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Public laws: how they are created and implemented. (step by step: constitution does not decide where the idea for a law comes from, so anyone can write
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: United States Code, Miranda Warning, Patient Protection And Affordable Care Act

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26 Jan 2019
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture 6: 6 Techniques Part 2

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26 Jan 2019
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It"s not fair to the environment, but people do work at that company and it cannot be at a standstill during 8 months or remediation. It is about what
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture 8: 8 Laws - TSCA, Transfer Act

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26 Jan 2019
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Laws: current owner/operators of the site (or the tenant) Intermediate owners can be prps, but not automatically: past owners/operators, generators of
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UCONNNRE 3245Professor HARRISONFall

NRE 3245 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Large Electron–Positron Collider, Spring-8, Phase 2

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26 Jan 2019
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Site assessment process: there is a community of consulting firms, and there are protocols for how they conduct assessment. Ask the epa for a record of
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: List Of Jam Urban Adventure Characters, Biogeochemistry, Blanketing

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26 Jan 2019
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Wetlands with deep peat deposits: bogs and fens. Extent: typically, in cool, boreal regions, where precipitation is greater than evapotranspiration, we
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Invasive Species, Phragmites, Typha

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26 Jan 2019
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Invasive species: non-native species that become widely spread and dominant: change wetland structure and function. Introduced deliberately or accident
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 12: 12 Vernal Pools

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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 14: 14 Wetland Law

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26 Jan 2019
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Swamp land acts (1849, 1850, 1960: federally owned wetlands were transferred to the state or private ownership to reduce federal involvement of flood c
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 15: 15 Wetland Deliniation, Ecosystem Services

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26 Jan 2019
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Hydrophytic vegetation criteria: >50% of dominant species are obl, facw, and fac, other indicators, visual observation of plant species in areas of pro
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Restoration Ecology, Erosion Control, Habitat Destruction

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26 Jan 2019
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 1: 1 Intro to Wetlands

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26 Jan 2019
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Wetlands are some of the most valuable but misunderstood of all our natural resources, mostly because. Wetland definitions they are not easy to define.
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sea Level Rise, Beach Nourishment, Denitrification

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26 Jan 2019
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Where do salt marshes occur: where the land meets the sea, moderately sloped coastlines. Why are salt marshes important: they are very productive ecosy
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 10: 10 Riparian Wetland

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Land adjacent to river, stream, or other body of water that is, at least periodically, influenced by flooding: most often bottomland hardwoods and floo
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Public Land Survey System, Palustrine Wetland, Silviculture

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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 9: 9 Freshwater Marshes & Swamps

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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 8: 8 Mangroves

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26 Jan 2019
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An association of halophytic trees, shrubs, and other plants growing in brackish to saline tidal water in tropical and subtropical coastlines. Cowardin
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 3: 3 Ecosystem Development, Hydric Soils

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26 Jan 2019
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tide, Water Table, Aquifer

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26 Jan 2019
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The single most important determinant of the establishment and maintenance of specific types of wetlands and wetland processes. Most of the planets fre
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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture 5: 5 Wetland Biogeochemistry

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UCONNNRE 3105LawrenceFall

NRE 3105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Glacial Lake, Typha, Eutrophication

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26 Jan 2019
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The importance of wetland resources to connecticut"s native american population. Including humans: micro pollens help us reconstruct what lived at the
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture 20: Chapter 44 Animal Evolution (Animal Diversity) Part 2

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25 Jan 2019
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Cnidarians: coral, jellyfish, sea anemone - stinging thread : radial symmetry, diploblastic, tentacles have cnidocytes (stinging cells), around mouth f
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Arachnid, Chelicerata, Opiliones

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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture 27: Chapter 48 Global Ecology and Biomes Part 2

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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Permafrost, Flowering Plant, 10Th Parallel North

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25 Jan 2019
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Biomes: a broad geographic area with smaller sets of communities: climate exerts a major influence on the nature and distribution of biomes across the
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Echinoderm, Endoskeleton, Tube Feet

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25 Jan 2019
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Phylum hemichordates: marine-dwelling bottom or filter feeders, small in size, sister group to echinodermata, pharyngeal slits, dorsal hollow nerve cor
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UCONNBIOL 1108Susan Herrick( S I)Spring

BIOL 1108 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Endocrine System, Optimal Foraging Theory, Kin Selection

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25 Jan 2019
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Core concepts: for any behavior, we can ask what causes it, how it develops, what adaptive function it serves, and how it evolved. Behavior is influenc
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