ENVIRONMENTS - (Focus on theories) ENVIRONMENTS 1. WHAT ARE...

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ENVIRONMENTS 1. WHAT ARE ENVIRONMENTS? A. ENVIRONMENTS THE SURFACE LAYER AND THE SURROUNDING ATMOSPHERE OF THE PALNET EARTH (BIOSPHERE) B. ECOSYSTEM INTERDEPENDENCE OF LIVING ORGANISMS AND THE PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENTS C. ECOLOGY STUDY OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LIVING ORGANISMS AND THEIR ENVIRONMENTS 2. HISTORY OF DEVELOPMENT A. FORAGING B. PASTORALISM C. AGRICULTURE D. TECHNICAL CHANGES GRAECO-ROMAN ANTIQUITY THE MIDDLE AGES (500 AD – 1450 AD) RENISSANCE (16 TH CENTURY) Religion lost its grip on European people. People focused more on sciences. AGE OF RATIONALISM (18 TH CENTURY) INDUSTRIALIZATION (19 TH CENTURY) The beginning of the enviornmental problem 3. PROBLEMS A. DEGRADATION OF LAND DESERTIFICATION AND EROSION When a place becomes a desert DEFORESTATION Cutting down whole forests
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2008 for the course ISS 315 taught by Professor Hussain during the Spring '08 term at Michigan State University.

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