Human-Environment Interaction

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Human-Environment Interaction by Mind Map: Human-Environment Interaction

1. Human impact on environment

2. Things that impact the air

2.1. The Sun

2.1.1. A star Sunspots Solar Flares Global A Source of Energy Gives Off Electromagnetic Radiation A Source of Heat and Light Too Much Heat

2.2. vehicles

2.2.1. carbon monoxide

2.2.2. sulfur dioxide

2.2.3. carbon dioxide

2.3. power plants

2.3.1. nuclear

2.3.2. fossil

2.3.3. waste burners

2.3.4. biomass

2.4. chemicals

2.4.1. Carbon Monoxide

2.4.2. lead

2.4.3. nitrogen dioxide Ozone Human Illness

2.4.4. acid

2.5. smog

2.5.1. Sunlight

2.5.2. Air Pollutants Ozone Human Illness

2.6. Pollen/mold

2.6.1. trees Photosynthesis Makes Oxygen Takes in CO2

2.6.2. houses Hosts mold

2.6.3. sewage Holds Harmful Substances Gives off CO2

2.6.4. trash

2.7. The good things

2.7.1. plants Trees redwood trees maple trees coconut trees pine trees birch tree fire dragon tree Oak trees Dark oak trees algae produces oxygen Gets rid of Carbon Dioxide flowers poppys daisys grass Prairie grass pampas grass Scutch grass Fescues grass Wheat Silvergrass barley fountain grass Edible Plants Food for Human Consumption

3. Things that impact the land

3.1. Deforesting

3.1.1. Clearing land for civilization

3.1.2. need of wood fires Populations move furniture paper

3.2. Farming

3.2.1. Clearing land Plowing Pastures

3.2.2. Changing ecosystms Irrigation killing decomposers

3.2.3. over using natural plants Grazing food

3.2.4. Relocating animals Domestication Killing predators

3.3. Urbanization

3.3.1. Clearing land preventing fires making areas for homes building roads

3.3.2. liquid waste Oil contaminated water human waste pesticide weed killer sewage

3.4. Changing ecosystems

3.4.1. GMO

3.4.2. Hunting

3.4.3. Waste

4. Things that impact the water

4.1. Climate Change

4.1.1. Temperature of oceans

4.2. Fishing

4.2.1. Coral Reefs

4.2.2. Fish species evolve

4.2.3. Invasive species

4.3. Industrial runoff

4.3.1. Pesticide runoff

4.3.2. Manure run off

4.3.3. Sewage dumping

4.4. Oil Spills

4.4.1. oil dumping

4.4.2. ship wrecks

4.4.3. enginering failure

4.5. Plastic waste

4.5.1. plastic bags

4.5.2. bottles

5. Virus/Disease

5.1. Pat/Austin/Andrew/Nakhia

5.2. There are many ways that diseases and viruses from the environment can affect us everyday

5.3. Environments can cause viruses by creating a habitat for the mosquito which can spread viruses and diseases

5.4. Contaminated water

5.5. Varmints

5.6. Rabies

5.7. Mosquitoes

5.8. parasites

5.8.1. Ticks Wood tick deer tick lonestar tick

5.8.2. leeches t-rex leech marine leeches freshwater leeches

5.8.3. lice

5.8.4. fleas

5.8.5. worms tape worms ring worm heart worm flukes

5.8.6. amoebeas

5.8.7. Maggots

6. food production

6.1. Humans consume the food

6.2. Pigs

6.2.1. Let pigs grow up Farrow-to-finish Slaughter pig

6.3. Fish

6.3.1. Fish lays eggs Male fish fertilizes eggs fish are hatched