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Environmental Science Jessica by Mind Map: Environmental Science  Jessica
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Environmental Science Jessica

Levels of Organization

Organism

Population

Community

Ecosystem

Biomes

Biomes

Rainforest

Temperate deciduous forest

The Eastern part of the United States.   

Coniferous forest

Desert

Tundra

Freshwater biome

Marine biome

Grassland/Savannah

Food Web

Food Chain

Trophic Levels

Producer

Primary Consumer

Secondary Consumer

Tertiary Consumer

Decomposer

Biodiversity

Biotic Factors

Abiotic Factors

Genetic Bidodiversity

Species Biodiversity

Ecosystem Biodiversity

Hot Spots

Limiting Factors

Endangered Species

Threatened Species

Indicator Species

Ecological Succession

Primary succession

Secondary succession

Pioneer species

Climax community

Carrying capacity

Population

Population Growth

Population growth rate

Exponential growth

J-curve

S-curve

Water Pollution

Erosion

Point source

Point Source pollution is when you know the source of the pollution. Exs. Motor oil from a boat in the water, soil,

Non-point source

Non-point source pollution is pollution that comes from runoff water and you do not know the source. Exs. Cigarette butts, litter, oil, animal waste, etc.

Organic Pollutant

Inorganic Pollutant

Water Purification

Aquifer

Desalinaiton

The process that removes salt and minerals from water.

Watershed

Impermeable

Impermeable surface does not absorb water. Exs. Driveways, sidewalk, parking lots, etc.

Wetlands

Runoff

Urbanization

Resources

Renewable Resource

Nonrenewable Resource

Natural Resources