Textbook Notes for RNR 1001 at Louisiana State University (LSU)

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Natural Resource Conservation

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The first person to write about conservation is aldo leopold. " . a state of harmony between man and land" Land ethic- "existence of an ecological cons
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Humans And Natural Resources

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Ecology

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Sediment is the #1 water pollutant in the us: non-point sources are particularly important, biogenic turbidity is caused by living organisms, algae blo
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RNR 5 Oct 2011

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RNR 7 October 2011

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Lotic systems also provide distinct habitat that can be important for fisheries production. Ephemeroptera- emerge to surface and fish feed on them. Ple
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RNR 09 Sep

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Commensalism, +, - interaction, one species takes advantage of another for no benefit. Limiting factors- presence, absence or magnitude of biotic or ab
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RNR 12 Sep

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Most models show a slow rate of increase and population will be around 9 bil by 2100. Absolute biological limit versus a desired standard of living. Es
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RNR 21 Sep

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-40 tons of mic released (gas), 900k people affected, 3k died. - several things led to this legal, technology, organized policy in response to disaster
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RNR 23 Sep

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Fossilized pollen, lake sediments (seem to be stable) So what are our scenarios here? scientist to review gw evidence and try to figure out the consequ
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RNR 26 Aug

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History of natural resource conservation (nrc: america: Gifford pinchot (1865-1946)- first chief of the forest service (1905-1910). Movement in the u.
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RNR 26 Sep

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Huge amounts of people are dependent on water runoff to sustain their species. Southwestern us water runoff will go down that will cause serious proble
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RNR 28 September 2011

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60 acres (45 football fields) per hour over 200 years (4x size of ohio) not declining now, currently at a + - normally provide unique habitat- bottomla
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