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Summarizes what water is used for and its very basic features. The features of its different states depend on its temperature. Water is a universal solvent. Therefore, it is heavily influenced by the e
This is a note talks about the water resources. It relates to the usage of water, the structure or property of it, part of the hydrologic cycle, the terminology of water and the problems of the water being too much or too little.
This is a notes that talks about soil resources. The notes are including the cause of how soils form, weathering, the major problem that occurs on soils.
Part One--Mineral Resources: Goes over the basic features of different types of minerals. Touches on the mineral life cycle. Explains how minerals grow abundant. How minerals are mined for there value.
The notes covered by six lectures. Two of them are water resources, one is soil resource, one is minerals and last is biodiversity lectures.
I hope it helps a little bit. The study guide might add on more information later on.
This study guide is a compilation of notes taken after listening to each class lecture thus far. It covers topics which have been gone over in class over the course of its first three-week period. It c
This note is only included the mineral portion. The biodiversity lecture is not included in. It talks about the introduction of minerals like the rock cycle, the mining method and so on.
Specifically in the United States of America, much of the land is privately owned, and various forms of infrastructure builders are constantly looking for ways to expand human civilization. Because of
This is a note talks about the land resources. The note is included the percentage of worldwide land use, the agencies that managed the use of land, the national parks, and its threats, tropical rain & dry forests, the reason of the disappearing, and so on. I hope this can help at least in some part of studying.
This is a note about air pollution. The air pollutants, indoor air pollution, the ozone, and so on. The note also includes the limiting air pollution method such as clean air act by EPA. The world is regulating the use of bromine and chlorine in order to recover the stratosphere.
These notes go over the distribution of food around the world. A large fraction of the Earth's population is too poor to be able to afford access to healthy enough food and frequently faces starvation
This is a note talks about the Clean Air Act of air pollution, and the rest is about the evidence that proves climate change, the possible cause of climate change, and the impacts of climate change happen on the surrounding.
The atmosphere that hangs over the Earth is being polluted by a large number of chemicals. Among these chemicals, some of them include nitrogen, sulfur and carbon oxides, which act as greenhouse gases, trapping infrared light inside of the Earth's atmosphere so that overtime the planet grows unhealthily overheated. These gases may also cause respiratory problems such as development of asthma and ho
There are four major issues involving the environment on which this study guide touches. The first issue has to do with the many different ways in which human activity makes use of the land on which hu
These notes cover mainly four chapters. They are land resources, food sources, air pollution, and global climate change. It provides some information for people to study environmental science 002 midterm 2. I hope this can help a little bit easier for studying.
There are multiple factors that affect human perception of Earth's rapidly changing climate. But many more things should be helping humans measure how the planet's average temperature is rising exponen
There are multiple ways in which water can be polluted. These different types of pollutants come from a wide variety of sources and causes, leading into this worldwide problem with unclean water availa
The first chapter covered in these notes have to do with how workers in agriculture deal with unwanted life, making cropland inhospitable for their crops--otherwise known as pests. As a result of this,
There are a variety of differing sources for potential hazards in the future. There are also possible solutions that humans can take to make sure that these hazards are avoided and that the environment is still hospitable for humans that are yet to be born. For one thing, the human population is rising exponentially. Eventually there will be too many humans to use the finite amount of resources there already are. Communities must be educated on how to take care of families and themselves so that population can be controlled. Among the myriad of other environmental problems that the world currently faces and will only get worse in the future if nothing is done about it, the people alive today must come to a conclusion on what is to be done about it. To work toward an ideal world, there are five main ways in which this environmental problem is to be solved and a utopia to be achieved.
A compilation of many main points made in lecture. Answers all of the questions asked for each chapter. Contains information pulled from all of the lectures to answer each of the questions in preparation for the final exam. Obviously it covers all chapters gone over in class including the basic introduction to environmental science, water resources, soil resources, land resources, biological resources, mineral resources, food resources, air pollution, climate change, water pollution, pest management, solid waste, and the future of tomorrow. Unless the question calls for a simple and brief answer, most of the answers are detailed and explanatory.