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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-3: Climax Community, Primary Succession, Optimal Foraging Theory

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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Mercedes-Benz Superdome, Richter Magnitude Scale, Human Development Index

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Vulnerability of urban areas to natural and human-induced hazards (p. 470- Many cities are vulnerable to hazards, whether triggered by natural or human
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Demographic Transition, Ecocentrism, Epidemiological Transition

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Ecological footprint includes all energy and material requirements, also disposal of waste. Most of a footprint comprises the space needed to absorb wa
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Dime (United States Coin), Alternative Dispute Resolution, Precautionary Principle

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Envs 195 chapter 6, planning and management: process, method and product. Information on processes, methods and products in relation to resource and en
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Temperatures Rising, Carbon Footprint, Millennium Summit

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Humans are forcing change on the environment and endangering society: natural systems change over time but humans have forced rapid change. Increases i
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Municipal Solid Waste, Elution, Great Lakes Areas Of Concern

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Matter has mass and takes up space. Law of conservation of matter: how matter is transformed, laws of thermodynamics explains energy low. Nutrients fur
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: North American Free Trade Agreement, Desalination, Norther

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Canada has access to almost 20% of the global stock of fresh water. Canada has 6. 5% of the total flow of renewable water. Canada is the second highest
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Extended Producer Responsibility, Energy Recovery, Product Stewardship

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Factors that afect total per capita amounts of waste generated. Apartment dwellers generate less wastes since they do not have yards. Incinerators and
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Radiant Energy, Biogeochemical Cycle, Chemotroph

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Environmental change and challenge chapter 2: energy flow and ecosystems. Ecosphere: the outer layer of planetary onion, contains the following: Lithos
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Integrated Water Resources Management, Fraser River, Drainage Basin

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To appreciate different perspectives related to environment and resources. To understand different approaches to analyzing complex environmental and so
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ENVS195 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Living Planet Index, Habitat Destruction, Ecocentrism

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Chapter one notes & september 17, 2015 lecture notes. Humans, other living species, and non-animate phenomena exist. Nature: social creation and the ph
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ENVS 195 Chapter 1, 4, others: ENVS195_Notes_Part1

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50 km above the earth"s surface: thermosphere the habitat or home humans and others depend to survive. Nature a social creation as well as the physical
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