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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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Because organisms produce excess young, individuals vary in their traits, and many traits are inherited, some individuals will prove better at survivin
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

Chapter 1.docx

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Environment: our environment consists of everything around us, including living and nonliving things. Humans are a part of the environment and are not
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Chapter 1: ENV1101 Ch 1 Summary

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Allopatric Speciation, Population Ecology, Divergent Evolution

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Biological evolution refers to genetic changes in organisms over generations genetic change often leads to modifications in appearance, functioning or
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

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Compare and contrast the major types of species interactions: Competition results when individuals or species vie for limited resources. It can occur w
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UOTTAWAENV 1101WerschWinter

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tropospheric Ozone, Eutrophication, Nitrogen Cycle

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Human activity has caused various alteration in the nitrogen cycle. The majority of these alteration are a result of agricultural production. However,
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasha KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6+ : Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, Ecosystem Services, Multivariate Interpolation

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A movement to preserve the health of each and its ecosystems (science but also values and spirituality. A social movement dedicated to protecting the n
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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboWinter

ENV1101 Chapter 2, 23: ENV1101 ch 2 & 23 summary

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sasa KeboFall

ENV 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ecosystem Ecology, Arthur Tansley, Landscape Ecology

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Open systems: systems that receive inputs of both energy and matter and produce outputs of both. Closed systems: systems that receive inputs and produc
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UOTTAWAENV 1101shardFall

ENV1101 review.docx

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheWinter

Chapter 5.docx

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UOTTAWAENV 1101Sonia WescheFall

Chapter 23.docx

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