Cells Are The Basic Unit of Life
Living organisms are made up of at least one cell. Cells are
essentially a collection of genetic material (DNA and RNA), proteins,
and other chemicals, in a water solution that is separated from t
Sister Chromatids: The two halves of a r
Week 7- Other Renewable Energy Sources
Environmental Sciencestudy of how the world is including the impacts of human
societies, find sustainable solutions to environmental problems,
What causes disease? How to dispose waste? How to build projects? How to get
list the structural hierarchy of life from smallest to largest.
list and explain factors that produce changes in population size
Week 4 Human Population Dynamics
graph human population growth over time.
-stayed consistent for most of history, 1830 rounded the curve to
expontential growth, currently in j shape growth curve
state the size and the average birth rate of the US an
Week 2 Sustainability
Sustainability- things can keep going, can continue in the future, earth can continue
to do what it was designed to do
1. reduce dependence on fossil fuels and heavy metals
2. reduce dependence on chemicals t
Rerouting of a
By: Juan Carlos Argeal
Climate change has helped reverse the flow of
water from the melting Kaskawulsh Glacier in
Canadas Yukon. This has resulted in the drying
out of the Slims River.
Article 1: Schwartz, J. 17 April 2
Global temp 1880-present
1) Email correspondence (lecture direct ALL emails to me,
labs to your TAs)
Circle your name on each ICA!
ICA Grading: 10 points, P = participation x 2.
Everyone needs to turn
ICA 3 Answers CH 25 Climate Change
CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE CHANGE FOR ORGANISMS
1. What is the highest level of ecological organization represented by this study of responses to
climate change? I = Individual, P = Population, C = Community, E = Ecosystem
Costa Rica: Primate behavior, ecology, sustainability/conservation
Upcoming Due Dates!
EF 3: 48 hour
Evaluate ways to reduce our impact on the
48 hr baseline data (no judgeme
Before reading the article I had never given it much thought to how might
environmentalists have most of their approach misguided but now I do agree with Kent in
that a new approach is necessary. After reading about the new approach I can see how
I thought that the concept of the ecovillage is very interesting and is important for the
future of humanity. The way that humans currently live in cities is very unsustainable. As
we have seen in this class and as I have also experienced, most of our was