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Environmental Science- Hannah by Mind Map: Environmental Science-
Hannah
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Environmental Science- Hannah

Biomes

a geographic area that contains many ecosystems

Freshwater

Grassland/Savannah

Tundra

least biodiverse

Desert

Coniferous Forest

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Rainforest

most biodiverse

Marine

Factors

Biotic

something that is living, was living, or is a piece living thing

Organism, Population, Community, Hot Spot, Endangered Species, Thretened Species

Abiotic

Isn't and was never living

Trophic Levels

Producer

Primary Consumer

eats producers

Secondary Consumer

eats primary consumers

Tertiary Consumer

eats secondary consumers

Decomposer

Ecosystem

a habitat where different organisms survive and interact

Food Chain

Food Web

food chains interconnected

Biodiversity

-veriety of organisms in a geographic area -stops the spread of disease and helps ecosystems to recover

Genetic Biodiversity

the same species but different

Species Biodiversity

different types of plants are animals

Ecosystem Biodiversity

different ecosystems

Indicator Species

if presant means high biodiversity (healty enviorment)

Ecological Succession

when land and the things in it change over time

Primary Succession

ecosystem has never existed

Seconday Succession

ecosystem where something has destroyed or disturbed the naatural community

Growth of Enviorment

Carrying Capacity, Limiting Factors

1)Pioneer Species

2)Climax Community

Population Growth

J-curve

starts slow then suddenly and drasticly increases

S-curve

starts slowly the suddenly and drasticly inceases the levels off

Exponential Growth

Population Growth Rate

Water Pollution

Water purification

Desalination

Affected

Watershed

Aquifer

Wetlands

Sources

Point Source

Non-point Source

Kind Of Pollutants

Organic Pollutant

Inorganic Pollutant

Causes

Runoff

Impermeable

Urbanization

Effects

Erosion

Animal Death

Human Health Problems

Natural Resources

materials or things people use from the Earth

Renewable Resources

materials or energy sources that cycles or can be replaced during a human life span

Nonrenewable Resources

materialsor energy sources that can not be replaced during a human life span