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Katie Vocab. by Mind Map: Katie Vocab.
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Katie Vocab.

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Great abundance of species in one area

Mostly near the Tropics by the Equator

Biome

Ecosystem

Community, Population, Organism, Human, Amoeba, Fish, School of Fish, Pack of Dogs, Fish, Sharks, and whales live together, Lions, Tigers, and Monkeys live together

Coral Reef

Grasslands

Rainforest

Freshwater

Desert

Marine

Tundra

Food Chain

Producer

Primary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Tertiary Consumer

Scavenger

Decomposer

Food Web

Forests

Temperate Deciduous Forest

Pennsylvania

Mostly Needleless

Trees

Coniferuous Forest

Mostly Needles

Abiotic Factors

Paper

Peice of a living thing

Corpse

Once a living thing

Fish

A living thing

Biotic Factors

Paper

Sand

Non living thing

Glass

Trophic Levels

Biodiversity

Genetic

Species

Ecosystem

Endangered vs. Threatened

Endagered

A species in danger of extinction

Threatened

A species in danger of becoming endangered in the future

Succession

Ecoclogical

Primary

Climax Community, An ecological community that is very stable

Secondary

Pioneer Species

First species to appear in new or reconstructed land, Indicator species

Population Growth

Carrying Capacity

Limited by Limiting Factors, Disease, Natural Disasters, Hunting

Population Growth Rate

Exponential Growth, J curve, Beginning, S curve, Ending

Water Pollution

Non-point Source Pollution

Runoff, Trash, Dog Waste, Cigarette Butts

Point Source Pollution

Pipes

Drains

Organic Pollutant

Natural Cleaning Products

Food Processing Waste

Inorganic Pollutant

Detergents

Medicines

Fertilizers

Water Protection

Wetlands

Absorbs bad gases in the air and in the ground to protect waters., It also collects trash which comes off of impermible surfaces.

Can also stop erosion

Urbanization

Causes runoff and pollutants to enter wetlands

Water

Underground Water

Strored in aquafirs

Above ground water

Mostly found in ice caps and glaciers(Fresh), Goes through purification

The majority is in the oceans(Salt), Must go through the process of desilation to be able to drink

Pennsylvania

5 major watersheds in Pennsylvania

Delaware Basin

Ohio River Basin

Susquhenna River Basin

Potomac River Basin

Erie Basin

Natural Resources

Renewable

Wind

Solar Power

Hydroelectric Power

Non-renewable

Coal

Oil

Natural Gas