BIOL 111 Final Exam Review - BIOL 111 Ecology and the Environment Lecture 30 Exam Review 30 before midterm 70 after midterm Chapter 1 Environmental

BIOL 111 Final Exam Review - BIOL 111 Ecology and the...

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BIOL 111 - Ecology and the Environment - Lecture 30: Exam Review 30% before midterm, 70% after midterm Chapter 1: Environmental Problems Living more Sustainably What distinguishes between: Environment Ecology Environmental Science Environmentalism Understanding the Role of the Individual on the System Carrying Capacity Sustainability What is the Worlds Population -Chapter 2 is not on the exam Chapter 4: Ecosystems Ecology and learning about ecosystems Earth’s life support systems Ecosystem Components and energy flow Soil and Biogeochemical Cycles Organisms Classification of life forms: Kingdom, Class, Order, Families Nomenclature for Species Taxonomists
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Levels of Organisms Population Genetic Diversity Community Biodiversity Genetic Species Ecological Functional Structural Biological components in ecosystems Consumers Decomposers Omnivores Detriviors Biomes Forests Deserts Grasslands Tundra Soil composition and spaces Clay Slit Sand Gravel Soil porosity Soil permeability -Chapter 5 not on the exam Chapter 6: Climate and Terrestrial Biodiversity Weather: wind Short-term atmospheric conditions Time frame Warm fronts Cold fronts Weather: Jet streams High Low Dew Point Tornados: Formations Climates are Caused by:
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Air circulation over the earth’s surface
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