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Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review. 2008. An example of a population is all trees in a forest. all maple trees in a forest. all plants in a forest. all animals in a forest. In which of the following relationships is neither species harmed? Predation Parasitism Competition Commensalism.

By PamelaLan
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Floods

Floods

Floods. A certain surface is affected by them for an indeterminated period of time. They can be seasonal or sudden. Natural Causes. Excesive rains. Overflowing of rivers, lagoons, lakes,etc. Human causes. Bad agricultural practice Bad infraestructure Deforestation Urban increase.

By issac
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The Effects of Dioxin

The Effects of Dioxin

The Effects of Dioxin. Cassie Kuroda Biology 2B May 04, 2005. The Molecular Structure. Chlorinated organic chemicals with similar structures. The chlorine atoms can be attached in 8 different places on the molecule.

By ishmael
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Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1

Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1

Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1. What are the Physical Causes of Flooding. Source: http://www.ifrc.org/what/disasters/images/about/p16204.jpg.

By neil
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Floods in Britain June 2007

Floods in Britain June 2007

Floods in Britain June 2007. Questions to consider as you look at the images. What caused the floods: - natural causes - human causes? What effects did the floods have: - on people (social) - on businesses and transport (economic) - on nature (environmental)?

By lydia
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Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review

Mid-Term Review. 2008. An example of a population is all trees in a forest. all maple trees in a forest. all plants in a forest. all animals in a forest. In which of the following relationships is neither species harmed? Predation Parasitism Competition Commensalism.

By bryga
(571 views)

Species Diversity and Preservation I

Species Diversity and Preservation I

Species Diversity and Preservation I. Potential Test Questions. Distinguish threatened, endangered, and extinct species. Explain four characteristics common to many endangered species. Discuss the main human causes for endangered species.

By JasminFlorian
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Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1

Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1

Causes, Effects and Responses to the 1998 Floods in Bangladesh. By: Christina McConney MYP1. What are the Physical Causes of Flooding. Source: http://www.ifrc.org/what/disasters/images/about/p16204.jpg.

By farhani
(194 views)

Species Health

Species Health

Species Health. By Ford Thompson & Jack Ogilvie. Coral Bleaching. -Coral reefs-found among the shores of tropical islands and oceans (1) -Coral bleaching-induced by natural and human causes. (1)

By kalb
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Hypothesis

Hypothesis

Dangerous Mercury Attacks Soil vs. Sediment. Curtis Lessard, Miranda Johnson, Teresa Ennis, and Alexis Fitzgerald Woodstock Union High School. Results These two graphs show the averages, ranges, and medians of mercury in soil and sediment. *Larger range of data for soil than sediment.

By kass
(205 views)

Nicole Elliott STEM 962: Final Presentation Framingham State University nicole@elliott99.com

Nicole Elliott STEM 962: Final Presentation Framingham State University nicole@elliott99.com

Landslides. In the news…. Natural Causes of Landslides. Nicole Elliott STEM 962: Final Presentation Framingham State University nicole@elliott99.com. time.com. Human Causes of Landslides. geology.com / usgs /landslides. Land Movements. Landslide Diagram. reuters.com.

By lenora
(118 views)

Life in the sahara desert

Life in the sahara desert

Life in the sahara desert. Mr. Herneisen| 2008-09| Hood River Valley High School. vocabulary. Desertification Process of land becoming more and more dry Drought Unusually long period of little or no rain Marginal Land Land not well suited for growing crops Pastoral Nomad

By nam
(177 views)

7 Super Subjects of Chapter 16!!!!!!

7 Super Subjects of Chapter 16!!!!!!

7 Super Subjects of Chapter 16!!!!!!. By: David Chang & Steven Tran. 1- Bio-Diversity. Three Components: Genetic Diversity Genetic Variety within all populations of a species (Uniqueness) Ecosystem Diversity Variety of interactions within a community

By mali
(106 views)

Cumulative Impact Management: Cumulative Effects Case Studies

Cumulative Impact Management: Cumulative Effects Case Studies

Cumulative Impact Management: Cumulative Effects Case Studies. Presented by: Salmo Consulting Inc. and AXYS Environmental Consulting Ltd. in association with Diversified Environmental Services GAIA Consultants Inc. Forem Technologies Ltd. May 29-30, 2003. Introduction.

By quincy
(154 views)

Evaluating biodiversity and vulnerability

Evaluating biodiversity and vulnerability

Evaluating biodiversity and vulnerability. What natural or human factors have caused large scale loss of diversity? Think, pair, share. Habitat loss. GM crops. How do humans lead to loss in biodiversity?. Hunting. Habitat degradation. Pollution. Pesticides. Monoculture.

By paulos
(138 views)

Our Beautiful World

Our Beautiful World

Our Beautiful World. Ch.17 – The Environment. Our Topics of Study. Environmental Problems and Issues Resource Management. Topic 1 – Shortage of Water. All of the water on earth circulates through the water cycle, and takes on different forms.

By desma
(137 views)

Global Warming, Global Warming Policy and Mortality Rates :

Global Warming, Global Warming Policy and Mortality Rates :

Global Warming, Global Warming Policy and Mortality Rates :. Indur M. Goklany Independent Scholar http://goklany.org e-mail: igoklany@verizon.net Fourth International Climate Change Conference Chicago, IL May 16–18, 2010. Organization of Talk. Empirical data Excess winter deaths

By tuan
(188 views)

Rivers revision

Rivers revision

Rivers revision. Key term revision: Here is the answer but what is the question? . Precipitation traction Meander V shaped valley Waterfall Gorge Overland flow. How does a river change from source to mouth?. How will the river change from source to mouth?.

By lenora
(109 views)

What is extinction and why does it happen?

What is extinction and why does it happen?

What is extinction and why does it happen?. Lesson 4 Created by Ms. Barnes. Lesson Objectives. I can identify trends in resource use. I can describe some natural and human causes of extinction. I can identify ways humans can work to prevent the extinction of endangered species.

By josh
(137 views)

Hunger In Africa

Hunger In Africa

Hunger In Africa. By the dude named Michael Laird. Nature. Natural disasters such as floods, tropical storms and long periods of drought are on the increase -- with calamitous consequences for food security in poor, developing countries.

By creola
(376 views)

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