Erika's Environmental Science Mind Map

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Erika's Environmental Science Mind Map by Mind Map: Erika's Environmental Science Mind Map

1. levels Of Organization

1.1. Organism

1.2. Population

1.3. Community

1.4. Ecosystem

1.5. Biome

1.5.1. Tundra

1.5.2. Desert

1.5.3. Temperate Deciduous Forest

1.5.4. Rainforest

1.5.5. Freshwater

1.5.6. Coniferous Forest

1.5.7. Marine

1.5.8. Savanna

2. Biodiversity

2.1. Ecosystem Biodiversity

2.2. Genetic Biodiversity

2.3. Species Biodiversity

2.3.1. Hot Spots

2.3.2. Prevents Endangered Species Threatened Species Extinct Species

2.4. Indicator Species

3. Water Pollution

3.1. Causes

3.1.1. Types Of Pullution Point Source Sewer pipes A boat leaking into a lake Factory release pipes Non-Point Source Trash Pet Waste Motor Oil Organic Pollutants Detergents Insecticides Herbicides Inorganic Pollutants Ammonia (food processing) Fertilizers Sediments

3.1.2. Urbanization Impermeable Surfaces Runoff Watersheds Wetlands

3.2. Solutions

3.2.1. Desalination

3.2.2. Water Purification

3.2.3. Aquifers

4. Natural Resources

4.1. Renewable

4.2. Non-Renewable

5. Trophic Levels

5.1. Producers

5.1.1. They convert the suns energy to food energy, their energy gets passed to Primary Consumers; however, only 10% of the energy gets passed.

5.2. Primary Consumers

5.2.1. Primary Consumers get 10% of the sun's energy. They pass 10% of the energy they have to Secondary Consumers.

5.3. Secondary Consumers

5.3.1. Secondary Consumers get 1% of the sun's energy. They pass 10% of the energy they have to Tertiary Consumers.

5.4. Tertiary Consumers

5.4.1. Tertiary Consumers get .1% of the sun's energy. They would pass 10% of the energy they have to whoever eats them.

5.5. Decomposers

5.6. Food Chains/ Food Webs

5.6.1. Food Webs

5.6.2. Food Chains

5.6.3. Biotic Factors Anything that is living, will be living, was living, or a part of any living thing. Examples Animals Plants

5.6.4. Abiotic Factors Anything that is non-living, never going to be living, was never living, and not part of a living thing. Examples Material Conditions

6. Population

6.1. Limiting Factors

6.1.1. For Humans: Available Land Drought

6.1.2. For Animals: Available Food Elevation

6.1.3. For Plants: Climate Soil Nutrients

6.2. Population Growth

6.2.1. Population Growth Rate J-Curve Exponential Growth S-Curve

6.3. Carrying Capacity

7. Ecological Succession

7.1. Primary Succession

7.2. Secondary Succession

7.3. Pioneer Species

7.3.1. Lichen

7.3.2. Moss

7.4. Climax Community