May2_Hawaii - Explain each of the key concepts discussed in...

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1 Explain each of the key concepts discussed in lecture denoted by Describe the basic geological processes and the timeline for development of the Hawaiian Islands. What is primary succession and how does it differ from secondary succession? How did major groups of plants and animals arrive naturally in the Hawaiian Islands? What features of the Hawaiian Islands have facilitated speciation (adaptive radiation) in the species that naturally arrived? What are some examples of adaptive radiations among the Hawaiian flora and fauna? What impacts have humans had on the Hawaiian flora and fauna over time? Why should we be concerned about the losses or unsustainable use of Hawaiian ecosystems? Zoo/Bot 450 Natural History of the Hawaiian Islands Final exam Monday May 9, 7:30 – 9:30 AM Last name R-Z in Architecture Auditorium (Arch 205) ~ 50 questions focused on the last 1/3 of the course ~ 50 questions distributed from throughout the course Created by presidential proclamation June 15, 2006 “Make it happen… No fishing” (after 2011) “National parks” in the ocean Marine protected areas (MPA’s) offer an approach to marine ecosystem conservation Protected area Spill-over
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2 “It is to be expected that each herdsman will try to keep as many cattle as possible on the commons. Such an arrangement may work reasonably satisfactorily for centuries because tribal wars fisherman take as many fish The tragedy of the commons satisfactorily for centuries because tribal wars… keep man well below the carrying capacity of the land. Finally, however… the long-desired goal of social stability becomes a reality. At this point, the inherent logic of the commons remorselessly generates tragedy .” Hardin 1968 Exclusive economic zones can help avert a “ tragedy of the commons What does Dr. Earle mean by “respect for food” and how it got to your plate?
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