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ENV 1301 test 1 review sheet

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ENV 1301 Test 1 Review Sheet Definitions Anthropogenic Biocentric Biodiversity Biogeochemical recycling Carrying capacity Conservation Consumption Consumption overpopulation Ecology Economic growth Frontier mentality GDP habitat Indigenous LDC Less developed and more developed Marginal costs/marginal benefits MDC mutation Natural resource depletion Natural selection Niche Population growth curve Poverty Preservation Primary and gross productivity relativists Renewable/nonrenewable resources Risk analysis Risk assessment Scientific method speciation Sustainability Sustainable Tragedy of the Commons Trophic level universalists World view (social paradigm) 1. What is the average land area to support an individual on earth? 2. What does it mean to say that a forest is unsustainable? 3. List the five steps of the scientific method? 4. Identify the function of the individual steps in the scientific method.
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