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Environment Problem
1 SBC Key
1.1 rely on Solar energy

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  • – Warms earth – Provides energy for plants to make food for other organisms – Powers winds – Powers the hydrologic cycle – which includes flowing water – Provides energy: wind and moving water can be turned into electricity
1.2 protect Biodiversity

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  • – Large variety of species – Many ecosystems • Deserts • Forests • Oceans • Grasslands – Species and systems renew soil and purify air and water.
1.3 NOT disturb Chemical Cycling

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  • –Natural processes recycle nutrients –Recycling is necessary because there is a fixed supply of these nutrients on earth –Nutrients cycle from living organisms to the nonliving environment and back –Chemical cycles are necessary to sustain life
2 Natural Capital
2.1 services
2.1.1 purification
2.1.2 nutrient cycle

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  • From the environment to organisms and back to the environment
2.2 resources
2.2.1 (non)renewable energy
2.2.1.1 renewable

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  • –days to centuries –Water –Air –Grasslands –Forest –Soils –Fish populations
2.2.2 based on human
2.2.3 Perpetual

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  •  – renewed continuously – Solar energy
2.3 Photosysthesis
3 Ecological Footprint

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  • – The amount of biologically productive land and water needed to indefinitely supply the people in a given area with renewable resources – Also includes the land and water necessary to absorb and recycle wastes and pollution
3.1 per capita ecological footprint(area)

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  • Average ecological footprint of an individual in a given area
3.2 Ecological deficit

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  • Total ecological footprint greater than biological capacity for resource renewal and absorption of wastes and pollution
4 IPAT IMPACT
4.1 Population
4.2 Affluence
4.3 Technology
4.4 I = P + A + T
5 Pollution soln
5.1 4R
5.1.1 Refuse
5.1.2 Reuse
5.1.3 Recycle
5.1.4 Reduce
5.2 Cause factors(excld.NY cost )
5.2.1 population
5.2.2 unsustainable resources
5.2.3 poverty
6 TECHNCAL TERM
6.1 aquifer

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  • underground water storage
6.2 consumption-production
6.3 sustainable yield

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  • highest use while maintaining supply
6.4 point - nonpoint resource
6.5 Environment

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  • Everything that affects the living organism (any unique form of live).
6.6 Ecology

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  • Biological science that studies the relationships b/w living organisms and their environment.
7 focus on
7.1 species and upper

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  • species community ecosystem environmensalism and so on
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