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BIEB%20176vocab%20midterm%2010 - BIEB 176 ANBI 132 2008...

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BIEB 176/ ANBI 132 2008 Midterm 1 Vocab/ key concepts Extinction Ecological extinction Extirpation Habitat fragmentation Ecological footprint Tragedy of the commons “Cowboy economy” Aswan high dam Desertification Biodiversity hot spot Protected Area PVA Metapopulation Ne Island model SLOSS Edge effect habitat corridors buffer zones Biome tropical forest savanna desert chaparral temperate grassland temperate broad leaf forest coniferous forest tundra high mountains polar ice Keystone species Flagship species Indicator species Landscape ecology Ecological restoration Endemic species Nature Culture Folk model Scientific model Ecocentric Anthropocentric Ecocosmologies Western cultural tradition Early Science influences Recent revisions to Scientific models The Global village Cross cultural principles Animism Totemism Conservation of Biodiversity Cultural translation Deep evolutionary perspective versus cultural perspective genetic bottleneck
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