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Enviromental Science by Mind Map: Enviromental Science
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Enviromental Science

Biomes

Geographic area with many ecosystems based on climate and elevation.

Temperate decidous forest

Coniferous forest

Desert

Tundra

Freshwater biome

Marine biome

Grassland/savannah

Rainforest

Food Chain

A visual image of the energy transfer between organisms.

Included in one

Example

Food Web

Many food chains

Show relationships in one ecostystem between abiotic and biotic factors

Example

Biotic Factors

A living thing, part of a living thing, or was living at some point.

Examples

Abiotic Factors

Nonliving things, never lived, never will

Examples

Trophic Levels

Transfer of energy

Population

Limiting Factors

Conditions that limit the growth of a species in an enviroment, biotic and abiotic factors that prevent continuous growth.

Endangered Species

A species in danger of extinction throughout most or all areas of inhabits.

Threatened Species

A species likely to become endangered in the near future.

Hot Spots

17 regioins on Earth where species are found biodiverse.

Carrying capicity

Maximum number of individuals of species that an ecosystem can support.

Population Growth

Population Growth Rate

Exponential growth

S-curve

It gradually slows down and levels off.

Ecosystem

Biodiversity

Pioneer Species

Indicator Species

A species that tells how healthy the ecosystem is. They may be plants or animals.

Succession

Ecological succession

Community

Climax Community

Water

Water Pollution

Water purfication

Resources

Natural