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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sea Level Rise, Milankovitch Cycles, Southwestern United States

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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: North American Free Trade Agreement, Garrett Hardin, National Environmental Policy Act

Chapter 7: environmental policy: making decisions and solving problems. To provide social services, such as national defense, healthcare, and education
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EES 1080 Chapter 8: Chapter 8_ Video Review

Even if the growth rate of a large population remains steady, population still grows. Reasons for growth: technological innovations, improved sanitatio
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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ecotourism, Allopatric Speciation, Organism

Species: a population or group of population whose members share certain. Population: a group of individuals of a particular species who live in a cert
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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Herbivore, Restoration Ecology, Parasitism

Intraspecific competition: among members of the same species. Competitive exclusion: when one species successfully excludes another from resources. Spe
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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Xeriscaping, Typhoid Fever, Water Cycle

Surface water: water on the surface, 1% of all the earth"s fresh water. Watershed: the area that is drained by a river system. Profundal zone: lower ar
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EES 1080 Chapter 2: Chapter 2_ Earth’s Physical Systems_ Matter, Energy, and Geology

Chapter 2: earth"s physical systems: matter, energy, and geology. Matter: all materials that have mass and that occupy space, either, solid, gas, or li
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EES 1080 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Landscape Ecology, Nitrogen Cycle, Ecosystem Model

Systems: a network of relationship among part, elements, or components that interact and affect one another. Negative feedback: stabilizing system, mos
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