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Enviornmental Science Stephanie by Mind Map: Enviornmental Science
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Enviornmental Science Stephanie

Organisms

A single lifeform

dear, biotic

fern, biotic

bear, biotic

human, biotic

dirt, abiotic

Community

Groups of living organisms living together.

bear, deer, fox, mouse, fern

Population

Groups of organisms

fish

bears

wolves

buffalo

whales

Ecosystem

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

desert

river

ocean

wetlands

tundra

rainforest

coniferous forest (leaves)

deciduous forest (pine needles)

Biome

many ecosystems within a certain climate

Savannah

desert

wetlands

freshwater

marine

Degrees

trophic levels

You loose 90% of the energy each time when you go from producer to first degree, from first degree to second, and second to third.

decomposer

producer

primary consumer (first degree)

secondary consumer (second degree)

tertiary consumer (third degree)

Energy being transferred

food web

food chain

Biodiversity

Genetic Biodiversity

Species Biodiversity

Ecosystem Biodiversity

Hot spot

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

Endangered species

Species that are close to becoming extinct.

Threatend species

Graphs

J curve

S curve

population growth

population growth rate

Exponential growth

Carrying capacity

Limiting factors

Ecological Succession

Primary Succesion

Secondary Succesion

Pioneer species

Climax community

Indicator species

species that show that an ecosystem is healthy.

Water Pollution

Point source

Pollution coming from a direct point.

Non point source

Pollution not coming from a specific source.

Watershed

Runoff

erosion

impermeable

blacktop

concrete

Urbanization

Types of Earths resources

Natural Resource

Renewable Resource

Nonrenewable resource

Water cleaning

Aquifer

Desalination

Water purification

Pollutants

Inorganic Pollutants

oil, fertilizder, pesticide

Organic pollutants

animal waste, sediment