School: University of California Riverside
Course: Intro to Environmental Science 2
Professor: Marylynn yates
Term: Winter 2019
Tags: Biodiversity, valueofbiodiversity, biodiversityconservation, Mineral, minerals, Mining, acids, acid, metals, metal, nonrenwable, antarctica, Antarctic, Ocean, abundance, abundances, abundant, Environment, ecosystems, ecosystem, genetic diversity, medical, medicine, invasive species, Ecology, Environmental Ecology, Biology: Ecology and Evolution, Extinction, extinctions, dinosaur extinction, conservation, bison, Environmental Studies, Endangered, Endangeredspeciesact, endangeredspecies, threatened, threatenedspecies, habitat, habitats, frog, Pollution, water pollution, air pollution, hotspots, corridors, Seeds, and Seed Plants
Name: Mineral Resources and Biodiversity
Description: 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.