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KSUSCI 1101Adrianna RajkumarFall

SCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Meteor Crater, Impact Crater, Blast Wave

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KSUSCI 1101Adrianna RajkumarFall

SCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: British Thermal Unit, Thermodynamics

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KSUSCI 1101Adrianna RajkumarFall

SCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Scatter Plot, Standard Deviation, Central Tendency

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KSUSCI 1101Jonathan StanleyFall

SCI 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Natural Capital, Genomics, Scientific Method

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Chapter 1: science and sustainability, an intro to environmental. As population, technology, and resource consumption increase, so does capacity to dam
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KSUSCI 1102Matthew LaposataSpring

SCI 1102 Chapter 9: Food Production 1

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Module 1 food production: soils & agriculture. Rich prairie soils have historically enable bountiful grain harvests. Repeated cycles of plowing and pla
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Allergen, Mutagen, Lead Poisoning

Biological hazards. (biological hazards are many times communicable and can be spread from one human to another. Because we can travel worldwide very q
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sub-Saharan Africa, Natural Capital, High Standard Manufacturing Company

Have been very effective at lowering tfr and population growth rates (thailand has lowered its growth rate from 2. 3% to 0. 7% through family planning
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Feedlot, Soil Retrogression And Degradation, Ecological Footprint

Inadequate caloric intake coupled with protein deficiency leads to the condition marasmus. During this time our food production has grown even faster t
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Eutrophication, Algal Bloom, Species Richness

The largest and most obvious of these is that biodiversity is _____. A population of humans originally from countries all over the world (increased div
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KSUSCI 1102Matthew LaposataSpring

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Genetically Modified Food, Sustainable Agriculture, Agricultural Science

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Module 2 food production: agriculture, biotechnology, and the future of food. Corn is a staple of the foods supply. Corn can be traced back 9000 years.
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Nylon, Factory Ship, Oil Spill

16 marine and coastal systems and resources reading guide: the oceans: o(cid:272)ea(cid:374)s (cid:272)o(cid:448)er (cid:373)ost of earth"s surfa(cid:2
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KSUSCI 1102Joy Lynn BrookshireFall

SCI 1102 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 14: Persistent Organic Pollutant, Precautionary Principle, Stockholm Convention On Persistent Organic Pollutants

Probability (this is a description of the likelihood of a given thing happening. This description is quantitative. : risk _____ includes decisions and
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