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Exam Review ENVS 1126 -50 multiple choice -review word banks from every PowerPoint -homework questions and GBQ’s  Certain common things that reoccur throughout chapters; recharge areas, photosynthesis,  water.. etc.  Introduction to science and the environment, Basic needs of living things (A and B); HQ's begin Populations and communities (A and B) Waterborne Human Pathogens, and Outbreak activity Water: hydrologic cycle and human use (A and B) Production and distribution of food The human population Municipal solid waste and recycling Plastic Paradise (documentary); Exam review Mardi Gras Urban sprawl/Urban blight First lecture was on basic concepts -difference between population rate and birth rate  introduction to science -difference between a species and a genus  -biotic vs abiotic -remember what an ecotone is -understand slide 49 (on second lecture) -what is our air made up of (percentages) -slide 78 & 79 memorize
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