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Eco/Phyical Enviro. Population. Major Ecosystems. Eco/Energy. Grab bag. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. 50. 50. 50. 50. 50. Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 10.

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Eco phyical enviro

Eco/Phyical

Enviro

Population

Major

Ecosystems

Eco/Energy

Grab

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Ecosystem physical enviro 10

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 10

A series of hypotheses that Earth’s organisms adjust the environment to keep it habitable for life.


Ecosystem physical enviro 101

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 10

A series of hypotheses that Earth’s organisms adjust the environment to keep it habitable for life.

Q: What is the the Gaia Hypothesis?


Ecosystem physical enviro 20

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 20

Persistant prevailing winds blowing over the ocean which produce mass movements of surface ocean water


Ecosystem physical enviro 201

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 20

Persistant prevailing winds blowing over the ocean which produce mass movements of surface ocean water

Q: What are currents?


Ecosystem physical enviro 30

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 30

The proportional reflectance of the earth’s surface.

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Topography 30

Topography - 30

The proportional reflectance of the earth’s surface.

Q: what is a albedo?


Ecosystem physical enviro 40

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 40

The conversion of atmospheric nitrogen to amonia performed by nitrogen fixing bacteria


Ecosystem physical enviro 401

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 40

The conversion of atmospheric nitrogen to amonia performed by nitrogen fixing bacteria

Q: What is nitrogen fixation


Ecosystem physical enviro 50

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 50

When the abiotic environment and organisms interact to regulate and stabilized earth’s temperature.


Ecosystem physical enviro 501

Ecosystem/Physical Enviro - 50

When the abiotic environment and organisms interact to regulate and stabilized earth’s temperature.

Q: What is a negative feedback loop


Population 10

Population - 10

A resource that can be replenished over a reasonable period of time.


Population 101

Population– 10

A resource that can be replenished over a reasonable period of time.

Q: What is a renewable resource


Population 20

Population– 20

The number of individuals of a species per unit of area or volume at a given time.


Population 201

Population– 20

The number of individuals of a species per unit of area or volume at a given time.

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Q: What is population density


Population 30

Population– 30

The largest population that can be maintained for an indefinite time by a particular environment.


Population 301

Population – 30

The largest population that can be maintained for an indefinite time by a particular environment.

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Q: What is the carrying capacity?


Population 40

Population – 40

A species that doesn’t produce a lot of offspring and has low infant mortality.


Population 401

Population– 40

A species that doesn’t produce a lot of offspring and has low infant mortality.

Q: what is a K-selected species


Population 50

Population – 50

The maximum rate at which a population can increase under ideal conditions.


Population 501

Population – 50

The maximum rate at which a population can increase under ideal conditions.

Q: What is intrinsic rate or biotic potential.


Major ecosystems 10

Major Ecosystems – 10

A large relatively distinct terrestrial region characterized by similar climate, soils, plant and animals.


Major ecosystems 101

Major Ecosystems– 10

A large relatively distinct terrestrial region characterized by similar climate, soils, plant and animals.

Q: What is a biome?


Major ecosystems 20

Major Ecosystems– 20

The biome with the richest soil.


Major ecosystems 201

Major Ecosystems– 20

The biome with the richest soil.

Q: What is the grassland?


Major ecosystems 30

Major Ecosystems– 30

The process that occurs when the summer sunlight penetrates and warms surface waters, making them less dense. In the summer, cool water remains on the lake bottom seperated from the less dense water above.


Major ecosystems 301

Major Ecosystems– 30

The process that occurs when the summer sunlight penetrates and warms surface waters, making them less dense. In the summer, cool water remains on the lake bottom seperated from the less dense water above.

Q. What is thermal stratification?


Major ecosystems 40

Major Ecosystems– 40

The lowest part of a lake where water does not reach.


Major ecosystems 401

Major Ecosystems– 40

The lowest part of a lake where water does not reach

Q: What is the profundal zone.


Major ecosystems 50

Major Ecosystems– 50

When falling temperatures in autumn cause a mixing of the layers of lake water.


Major ecosystems 501

Major Ecosystems– 50

When falling temperatures in autumn cause a mixing of the layers of lake water.

Q: what is fall turnover?


Ecosystems and energy 10

Ecosystems and Energy – 10

This law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed.


Ecosystems and energy 101

Ecosystems and Energy– 10

This law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed.

Q: What is the first law of thermodynamics?


Ecosystems and energy 20

Ecosystems and Energy– 20

The biological process in which light energy is captured and converted into chemical energy.


Ecosystems and energy 201

Ecosystems and Energy– 20

The biological process in which light energy is captured and converted into chemical energy.

Q: What is photosynthesis?


Ecosystems and energy 30

Ecosystems and Energy– 30

A heterotroph or detrivore that consumes other organisms for energy.


Ecosystems and energy 301

Ecosystems and Energy– 30

A heterotroph or detrivore that consumes other organisms for energy.

Q: What is a consumer?


Ecosystems and energy 40

Ecosystems and Energy– 40

Thermal energy that folows from an object with a high temperature to one with a low temperature.


Ecosystems and energy 401

Ecosystems and Energy– 40

Thermal energy that folows from an object with a high temperature to one with a low temperature.

Q: What is heat energy?


Ecosystems and energy 50

Ecosystems and Energy– 50

The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth.


Ecosystems and energy 501

Ecosystems and Energy– 50

The gaseous envelope surrounding the Earth.

Q: What is the atomsphere?


Grab bag 10

Grab Bag - 10

The concentration of a chemical that is lethal to 50% of the population


Grab bag 101

Grab Bag - 10

The concentration of a chemical that is lethal to 50% of the population

Q: What is LC50


Grab bag 20

Grab Bag - 20

The process of nutrient enrichment of freshwater lakes.


Grab bag 201

Grab Bag - 20

The process of nutrient enrichment of freshwater lakes

Q: What is Eutrophication


Grab bag 30

Grab Bag - 30

A small organism that grows on another organism but is not a parasite.


Grab bag 301

Grab Bag - 30

A small organism that grows on another organism but is not a parasite.

Q: What is an epiphyte?


Grab bag 40

Grab Bag - 40

Another name for a confined aquifer.


Grab bag 401

Grab Bag - 40

Another name for a confined aquifer.

Q: What is an artesian aquifer?


Grab bag 50

Grab Bag - 50

The process of assessing exposure to a hazard including identifying the hazard and characterizing the risk.


Grab bag 501

Grab Bag - 50

The process of assessing exposure to a hazard including identifying the hazard and characterizing the risk.?

Q: what is a risk assessment?


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