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Unformatted text preview: Heterotrophs Autotrophs KEY Concepts TEST # 1 Eight "threats" to the environment: take : oct 1 - 5 ( 1 . human economy; how things are done , are we putting back what we take. climate change; increase population exponential human population growth : carrying capacity. ecological overshoot : overshooting carrying capacity. biotic impoverishment and the reduction of biodiversity : poor in plantlanimal species. 6. renewable resource depletion : 7 . 8 . energy allocation : solar, wind, recycling. environmental refugees : example: Ireland potatoe famine. . Sea lvl. rising Carrying Capacity - Malthusian dilemmas overpopulation will outspace agriculture. temps T . Hapy tat Invaision "Heterotrophs V. Autotrophs - Maintaining balance Iwater vapor ent Green House Gases (we discussed 5) 7 cows, rick patter. 70%, carry heat Z Nitrous oxide TRAGEDY OF THE gases increases temp Agriculture , humanz 's sewage . - COMMONS 4 ozone : thinning carbondioxide , cars Enlightened Self-Interest: A person who acts to further the interests of others, ultimately serve their own self-interest. " do well by doing good . " Mutually agreed upon coercion: social arrangements that produce responsibility are arrangements that create coercion. Legumes and nitrogen fixation mono-culture versus poly-culture (Ireland v. Andes) Clean Water Actregulates discharges of pollutants; farmers, can't dumb waste into streams ble it won't go away . Clean Air Act EPA CERCLA Superfund First Law of Thermodynamics...
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  • Spring '17
  • StephenL.Clark
  • World population, United States Environmental Protection Agency, green house gases

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