Enviornmental Science Stephanie

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Enviornmental Science Stephanie by Mind Map: Enviornmental Science Stephanie

1. Organisms

1.1. A single lifeform

1.1.1. dear

1.1.1.1. biotic

1.1.2. fern

1.1.2.1. biotic

1.1.3. bear

1.1.3.1. biotic

1.1.4. human

1.1.4.1. biotic

1.1.5. dirt

1.1.5.1. abiotic

2. Community

2.1. Groups of living organisms living together.

2.1.1. bear, deer, fox, mouse, fern

3. Population

3.1. Groups of organisms

3.1.1. fish

3.1.2. bears

3.1.3. wolves

3.1.4. buffalo

3.1.5. whales

4. Ecosystem

4.1. A group of abiotic and biotic factors interacting with one another in the same habitat

4.1.1. desert

4.1.2. river

4.1.3. ocean

4.1.4. wetlands

4.1.5. tundra

4.1.6. rainforest

4.1.7. coniferous forest (leaves)

4.1.8. deciduous forest (pine needles)

5. Biome

5.1. many ecosystems within a certain climate

5.1.1. Savannah

5.1.2. desert

5.1.3. wetlands

5.1.4. freshwater

5.1.5. marine

6. Degrees

6.1. trophic levels

6.1.1. decomposer

6.1.2. producer

6.1.3. primary consumer (first degree)

6.1.4. secondary consumer (second degree)

6.1.5. tertiary consumer (third degree)

7. Energy being transferred

7.1. food web

7.2. food chain

8. Biodiversity

8.1. Genetic Biodiversity

8.2. Species Biodiversity

8.3. Ecosystem Biodiversity

8.4. Hot spot

9. Species that have died off, there are no more of this species.

9.1. Endangered species

10. Species that are close to becoming extinct.

10.1. Threatend species

11. Graphs

11.1. J curve

11.2. S curve

12. population growth

12.1. population growth rate

12.2. Exponential growth

12.3. Carrying capacity

12.4. Limiting factors

13. Ecological Succession

13.1. Primary Succesion

13.2. Secondary Succesion

13.3. Pioneer species

13.4. Climax community

13.5. Indicator species

13.5.1. species that show that an ecosystem is healthy.

14. Water Pollution

14.1. Point source

14.1.1. Pollution coming from a direct point.

14.2. Non point source

14.2.1. Pollution not coming from a specific source.

15. Watershed

15.1. Runoff

15.2. erosion

15.3. impermeable

15.3.1. blacktop

15.3.2. concrete

15.4. Urbanization

16. Types of Earths resources

16.1. Natural Resource

16.2. Renewable Resource

16.3. Nonrenewable resource

17. Water cleaning

17.1. Aquifer

17.2. Desalination

17.3. Water purification

18. Pollutants

18.1. Inorganic Pollutants

18.1.1. oil, fertilizder, pesticide

18.2. Organic pollutants

18.2.1. animal waste, sediment