• 15 Pages Syllabus Sc 1101
    Syllabus Sc 1101

    School: Kennesaw

    SCIENCE 1101: Science, Society and Environment Science 1101 Syllabus - Fall Semester 2005 TENTATIVE COURSE SCHEDULE Information on class announcements, lecture material, and assignments Instructor: Premila Achar Lecture Room & Time Room: SCI 1101/0

  • 3 Pages Lab quiz 4 samples
    Lab Quiz 4 Samples

    School: Kennesaw

    Notice for Make ups: *A comprehensive make up test will be given on Dec 6, 2005 on chapter 2, 3 & 9 immaterial of which quiz or exam you have missed. Make sure you have provided the proof of your absence to be eligible to take the make up* Laborator

  • 30 Pages chapt03_lecture
    Chapt03_lecture

    School: Kennesaw

    Populations, Communities, and Species Interaction Chapter 3 1 Outline: Critical Factors and Tolerance Limits Adaptation and Natural Selection Speciation Taxonomy Ecological Niche Species Interaction Population Growth Community Properties

  • 6 Pages Lecture Exam 2_Fall2006_key
    Lecture Exam 2_Fall2006_key

    School: Kennesaw

    SCIENCE 1101 Fall 2006 Lecturer Exam 2 BE SURE to use a #2 pencil to fill in the answer sheet. FILL IN YOUR NAME & SECRET ID NUMBER. You have the entire class period (75 minutes) to complete the exam. If you have a question raise your hand and I will

  • 11 Pages 05-25-10 Revised Summer 2010 SCI-1101 Syllabus
    05-25-10 Revised Summer 2010 SCI-1101 Syllabus

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Syllabus

    SYLLABUS Science 1101 Science, Society and the Environment I: Introduction TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS from 2:00pm to 4:45pm Summer 2010 Revised May 25th, 2010 Auditorium/Room SC-109 INSTRUCTOR: Garey L. Simpson, M.S., PG Phone 770.377.7700 (cell) E-Mail: gsimps

  • 5 Pages Science 1101
    Science 1101

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Ecosystems and Ecological Communities 10/16 *Majority will come from slides * What is an ecosystem? A community of organisms and its local non living environment in which matter cycles and energy flows . Forest: trees, animas, fungi, soil, rainfall, etc L

  • 2 Pages Climate Change 11.8
    Climate Change 11.8

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Climate Change 11/8 Outline: Natural Greenhouse Effect Global Warming Possible Effects of GW Sun and Earth Sunlight warms earth's surface-Heat radiates into atomsphere-Some heart reabsorbed into atmosphere-remainder radiates into space The natural greenho

  • 2 Pages Climate Change:Global Warming 11:13
    Climate Change:Global Warming 11:13

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Climate Change 11/13 Adding CO2: Human Impacts What adds CO2 to the atmosphere? Combustion of coal, oil, and natural gas Overwhelms systems capacity to remove CO2 from atmosphere CO2 builds up traps more heat, temps increase Comparing the Fossil Fuels - W

  • 3 Pages Chemical Cycles 9:27
    Chemical Cycles 9:27

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Chemical Cycles 9/27 Flux Rate: amount entering or leaving a reservoir per unit time ( high flux rate= rapid cycling) Residence Time: length of time material stays in reservoir (short residence time= rapid cycling) Tectonic Cycle Definition: Creation/dest

  • 3 Pages Energy 10:25
    Energy 10:25

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Energy 10/25 Energy: The basics Outline Potential vs Kinetic energy laws of thermodynamics modern uses efficiency What is energy? - The ability to do work Work: applying a force to an object, and causing it to move some distance Potential Energy - Energy

  • 2 Pages Chapter 8 Human Population
    Chapter 8 Human Population

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Chapter 8 Human Population In 1970 China's 790 million people faced starvation The gov't instituted a one-child policy - Chinas growth rate plummeted - in 1984 the policy exempted ethnic minorities and farmers - populations continue to rise inmost countri

  • 2 Pages Enviormental Economics
    Enviormental Economics

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Environmental Economics 9/6 The Basics of Capitalism Types of Capitalism Pure Market Capitalism: Al resources privately owned, not gov't regulated Mixed Capitalism: Gov't owned resources, and regulates the marketplace (something almost every gov't practic

  • 2 Pages Evolution 10:2
    Evolution 10:2

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Evolution 10/2 what is evolution? -Evolution is all about GENES Means to that end: Survive to sexuality - secure food - avoid predators Transfer genes to the next generation: - reproduce as much as possible - produce virile, successful offspring - help yo

  • 4 Pages Fossil Fuels 10:30
    Fossil Fuels 10:30

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Fossil Fuels 10/30 Fossil Fuels- Coal, oil, natural gas Fossil Fuels Coal: Remains of swamp plants Oil: Remains of plankton Natural Gas: remains of Swamp plants/ plankton Remains altered by temperature and pressure Chemical energy from hundreds of million

  • 8 Pages Exam1_Lecture_Key2005
    Exam1_Lecture_Key2005

    School: Kennesaw

    SCIENCE 1101 Lecturer Exam 1 Name:_ Date:_ Use a #2 pencil to fill in the answer sheet. BE SURE TO FILL IN YOUR KSU ID NUMBER. You have the entire class period (90 minutes) to complete the exam. If you have a question raise your hand and I will get

  • 9 Pages Final exam review
    Final Exam Review

    School: Kennesaw

    Science 1101 Samples for Final on Dec 13 Note:Review questions (if you have clashes with your final do not attend the supplement on Dec 8 since the same review samples will be given to students on that day ) I will also avail myself during that ti

  • 8 Pages Exam 2 Fall 2005
    Exam 2 Fall 2005

    School: Kennesaw

    Science 1101 Exam 2 Fall 2005 Samples for Exam 2 : Nov 3 1. Energy which powers photosynthesis is called - -. A. potential energy B. solar energy C. kinetic energy D. chemical energy 2. Cellular respiration takes place both in animals and plants. A.

  • 27 Pages Chapter 1 Nature of Science - (Sci 1101)
    Chapter 1 Nature Of Science - (Sci 1101)

    School: Kennesaw

    Nature of Science Science 1101 Science As a Way of Knowing Nature of Science Environmental Science Outline: Scientific Design Reasoning Scientific Theory Environmental Science Outline: Approaches to Thinking History of Enviro

  • 26 Pages Chapter 1 Scientificmethods (Sci 1101)
    Chapter 1 Scientificmethods (Sci 1101)

    School: Kennesaw

    Nature of Science Science 1101 Nature of Science Scientific methods Formulation of a hypothesis Survey literature/Archives Design experiments considering all Variables (Independant, dependant and controlled) Collection of data N

  • 35 Pages chapt02_lecture modified
    Chapt02_lecture Modified

    School: Kennesaw

    Principles of Ecology: Matter, Energy, and Life Chapter 2 1 Outline: Food Webs Ecological Pyramids Biogeochemical Cycles 2 Sunlight Solar energy that reaches the earth's surface is in, or near, the visible light wavelengths. Drive photos

  • 31 Pages chapt15_lecture modified
    Chapt15_lecture Modified

    School: Kennesaw

    Environmental Science and Policy Chapter 15 1 2 Outline: Decision Making Environmental Policy Cycle NEPA and EIS Environmental Law Statutory Law Case Law Administrative Law International Treaties Dispute Resolution Collective Action 3

  • 1 Page Important Notice to SCI 1101
    Important Notice To SCI 1101

    School: Kennesaw

    *Important Notice to SCI 1101* 1. Final Exam: Postponed for Dec 13 as per University exam schedule. Chapters : 9 ( Climate & Pollution) & 15 ( Environtmental Science and Policies) Date: Dec 13 Type of questions: Multiple Choice Time: 3.30 -5.30 p

  • 3 Pages lab1-2 total key
    Lab1-2 Total Key

    School: Kennesaw

    Answer Key for Statistics Problems (1.) Supplemental Reading Activities Treated Control t 2.267 Mean 51.48 41.52 p-value 0.0286 Median 53 42 SD 11.01 17.15 (2.) Comparing Amphibian Populations Irrigated Natural t 2.311 Mean 9.9 70.6 p-value 0.0329 M

  • 14 Pages Statistic T test Chapter 1(contd)
    Statistic T Test Chapter 1(contd)

    School: Kennesaw

    Statistics and graphing for understanding Labs: www.graphpad.com/quickcals/ttest1.cfm Lab -Measurement: mass, density and volume Lab- Module capstone ( leaves eg pine needle): find t-test and p values to either reject or accept your hypothesis. La

  • 3 Pages Lab quiz 3  samples only
    Lab Quiz 3 Samples Only

    School: Kennesaw

    Science 1101 Samples only Lab quiz 3: Marks: 30 Check errors before Quiz 3 Trees and carbon 1. The process of cellular respiration converts glucose to energy for the living things a).True b). False 2. The process of photosynthesis converts carbon dio

  • 3 Pages lab quiz 3 nov 10
    Lab Quiz 3 Nov 10

    School: Kennesaw

    Laboratory Quiz 3 Biogeochemical Cycling Samples only Trees and Carbon 1. The process of photosynthesis converts carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight energy into a) sugar and oxygen. b) water and oxygen. c) oxygen. d) carbon and oxygen. e) methane. Al

  • 1 Page Important Notice for Final Exam on Dec 13
    Important Notice For Final Exam On Dec 13

    School: Kennesaw

    Important Notice for Final Exam on Dec 13 Note the change: o Sample questions for final Exam will not be posted on this webpage. Students are requested to attend class on Thursday Dec 8 @3.30pm to review questions and any other matters related to Ch

  • 5 Pages Exam 1 answer
    Exam 1 Answer

    School: Kennesaw

    Science 1101 Exam 1 Sample Fall 2005 Please note this is a sample only and questions for Exam 1 may or may not be picked up from this pool. Questions will be based on chapter one and this is a guid only. You may or may not agree with these answers an

  • 5 Pages Exam Quiz 1
    Exam Quiz 1

    School: Kennesaw

    Chapter 1 Understanding Our Environment 1. Environmental science is a _. A. narrowly defined set of physical, life, and social sciences B. theoretical approach in interpreting the environment C. way to see the world in scientific terms D. systematic

  • 9 Pages Exam 2 Samples
    Exam 2 Samples

    School: Kennesaw

    Chapter 2 Exam Questions : samples 1. Cellular respiration takes place both in animals and plants A. True B. false 2. Photosynthesis is the process of converting _ into _ energy. A. chemical bond energy; kinetic B. sunlight; chemical bond C. solar en

  • 2 Pages Global Warming and Ice Age 11.29
    Global Warming And Ice Age 11.29

    School: Kennesaw

    Course: Environmental Science

    Global Warming and Ice Ages 11.29 Global Warming = Ice Age? New Ice Age: Ocean currents form "conveyor belt" Warms Europe moderates global climate Breakdown could lead to new ice age Warm Shallow water-Cooler, deeper, saltier water Possible Feedback Cycle

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