Answer the following questions of Environmental Science

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  1. Where is the world’s future population growth expected to be located?
  2. What are our major environmental concerns for sustainable development? Example: overfishing, deforestation, etc.
  3. Why do most species go extinct?
  4. What are the positive outcomes that came from the modern environmental movement?
  5. Why is biodiversity important?
  6. What are some renewable resources?
  7. What are some nonrenewable resources?
  8. What is sustainable development? Why do we need it?
  9. How do you write a species scientific name?
  10. What are the 8 levels of classification for species?
  11. What is the difference between a population, community, ecosystem, niche, habitat, landscape, biome?
  12. What is the difference between biotic and abiotic factors?
  13. What are limiting resources?
  14. What are greenhouse gases?
  15. What effect do greenhouse gases have?
  16. What are some ecosystem services that are beneficial to humans?
  17. Which ecosystem goods and services are declining? Which ecosystem goods and services are improving?
  18. What pieces of evidence were found by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change that shows human induced climate change is severely affecting global climate?
  19. Explain the two ways humans impact the environment, cumulatively and unintentionally.
  20. What are sustainable ecosystems?
  21. What countries are most concerned about environmental sustainability?
  22. What is the order of the scientific method?
  23. What is junk science?
  24. What is sound science?
  25. What is stewardship? What are some examples?
  26. What does sustainable use of a resource mean? What are some examples?
  27. If two species look very similar, how could you determine if they are in fact the same species?
  28. What are zones of stress?
  29. What is a range of tolerance?
  30. What are limits of tolerance?
  31. What are optimal ranges?
  32. What is a limiting factor?
  33. What is considered the atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, and hydrosphere?
  34. How do the different spheres interact? What are some examples of something that can happen in one sphere, but can affect another sphere? How does the event affect the other spheres?
  35. What is potential energy?
  36. What is chemical energy?
  37. What is kinetic energy?
  38. What is photosynthesis?
  39. What is cellular respiration?
  40. What is the phosphorus cycle? Where does it go and how?
  41. What is the nitrogen cycle? Where does it go and how?
  42. What is the sulfur cycle? Where does it go and how?
  43. What is the carbon cycle? Where does it go and how?
  44. What are the human impacts on each of the biogeochemical cycles?
  45. What is carrying capacity?
  46. What is biotic potential?
  47. What is environmental resistance?
  48. What is a critical number?
  49. What is recruitment?
  50. What are the characteristics of a K-strategist?
  51. What are the characteristics of an r strategist?
  52. Explain what a density dependent and density independent factor is. Use examples.
  53. What is the difference between a top down population regulation versus a bottom up population regulation?
  54. What is the difference between interspecific competition and intraspecific competition?
  55. What is mutualism? Provide one example of a mutualistic relationship.
  56. What is commensalism? Provide one example of commensalism.
  57. What are parasites? Provide two examples of parasites.
  58. What is amensalism? Provide one example of amensalism.
  59. What is territoriality? What are the benefits of it?
  60. In each of the major types of interactions between two species, what are the effects each species has? (table 4-2 on page 80)
  61. Explain what a predator/prey relationship is.
  62. What is resource partitioning and how does it help species in an ecosystem?
  63. Explain what selective pressures are.
  64. Explain what reproductive isolation is.
  65. What is required for a single species to become two separate species?

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