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Courtney by Mind Map: Courtney
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Courtney

carrying capacity

Carrying capacity refers to the number of individuals who can be supported in a given area within natural resource limits.

Levels Of organization

organism

population

community

ecosystem

biome

rainforest

desert

temperate deciduous forest

coniferous forest

freshwater biome

marine biome

tundra

Grasslands

Biotic

leaves

trees

rabbit

grass

corn

Abiotic

Water

Wind

Clouds

Temperature

Food Chain and Food Web

producer

primary consumer

secondary consumer

tertiary consumer

decomposer

Biodiversity

Variety of organisms in a geographic area.

succession

primary

ecological

secondary

climax communities

pioneer species

limiting factors

A factor or limiting resource is a factor that controls a process

population growth

amount of people in an area.

exponential growth

If a population has a constant birth rate through time and is never limited by food or disease, it has what is known as exponential growth

j curve

s curve

water pollution

trash, oil, fertlizers, sand, pavement, etc.

aquifer

watershed

A watershed is the area of land where all of the water that is under it or drains off of it goes into the same place.        

wetlands

Wetlands are habitats that fall somewhere on the environmental spectrum between land and water.

imprmeable

stormwater runoff

point source

pollution coming from a specific place.

non point source

oil run-off from roadways.

natural resources

renewable resources

nonrenewable resources

population growth rate

how fast or slow the population is growing.