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Enviromental Science Mind Map by Mind Map: Enviromental
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Enviromental Science Mind Map

Food Energy

Producers

Primary Consumers

1`(degree) consumer

Secondary Consumers

2`(degree) consumer

Tertiary Consumers

3`(degree) consumer

Decomposers

Biodiversity

A variety of organisms in an area

3 main Levels

Species Diversity

Genetic Diversity

Ecosystem Diversity

Hotspots

A place with high concentration

Biomes

Rain forest

desert

Tundra

Freshwater Biome

Marine Biome

Grassland

Savannah

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Coniferous forest

Ecosystem Organizations

Organism

Population

Community

Ecosystem

Biome

Biggest type of ecosystem

Classification

Animals

Endangered

Threatend

Indicator

Ecosystems

Abiotic

Biotic

Food webs

Food chains

Trophic levels

types of graphs

J-curve

S-curve

Succession

Ecological Succession

Primary Succession

Where an ecosystem never lived ther before

Secondary Succession

Where an ecosystem was destroyed by a natural diaster like a volcaniz eruption, hurricane, tornado, or flood

population

Pioneer species

Climax Community

Limiting factors

Carrying Capacity

is a number of individual species an ecosystem can support

Population growth rate

Expontential Growth

population growth

Water Pollution

Sources of Pollution

Non-point source

Point Source

Types of water pollutants

Organic Pollutants

inorganic pollution

Water Purification

Aquifer

They are like underground rivers under the soil

Desalination

it is when you change salt water into fresh water

Natural Resources

Renewable resources

Any material or energy source that cycles or can be replaced within a human life span

Nonrenewable

Material or energy source that can not be replaced during a human life span

Waterways for Pollutants

Watershed

Where rain, snow, rivers, lakes, and streams come together to join a body of water

Erosion

Runoffs

Wetlands

Impermeable

Urbanization