ReviewSection14_Planetary_Sytem_and_Global_Envitronmental_change

ReviewSection14_Planetary_Sytem_and_Global_Envitronmental_change

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SAN FRANCISCO STATE UNIVERSITY Department of Geography & Human Environmental Studies Geog 101, Our Physical Environment Review Section 14: The planetary system and global environmental change In this last section, new terms or processes are not introduced. Instead, we consider the spatial relationships between the results of system operations we have studied this semester, how they are related, how humans are involved and how they are changing over time. Consider the following two points for the final, Give examples of important links that exist between systems we have examined this Semester. How does the output from one system affect an input to another system. Think of examples
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Unformatted text preview: where systems are linked in both directions producing feedback mechanisms in the larger planetary system, e.g, plants and climate Give examples of changes over time to Earths systems that lead to environmental change. Think about how complex environmental change is given the overlap of complex spatial patterns with changes over time and differential change across space. Think also of examples throughout the course where the anthrosphere (human activity) has contributed sufficiently to our planets system to cause measureable environmental change? Whats your role?...
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