Environmental Science Lab - Ecological Footprint Activity
FIGURE 1.4 An ecological
footprint represents the total
area of land and water needed to
produce the resources a given
person or population uses,
together with the total amount
of land and water ne
3 MAJOR FIRES
4-5 YEARS SO FAR
DRIEST OF 500 YEARS
CAPE- CONVECTIVE AVAILABLE POTENTIAL ENERGY
INCREASE DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING
WARM, MOIST AIR (THAN, 2103)
Environmental Assessment for Declining Red Panda
Rebecca Foster, 11/17/2016, and BIOL 120 Section #
In this report, I will be discussing the Declining population of Red Pandas. Red
Pandas are currently on the endangered list. Red
Lab 11 Flowers
Flower Common Name:
Perennial or annual
# of Sepals
# of Petals
# of Stamens
Superior or Inferior
Radial or Bilateral
1. List one similarity between mitosis and meiosis.
a. For both mitosis and meiosis, the chromosomes duplicate only once, in the
2. List one difference between mitosis and meiosis.
a. Mitosis involves
Investigation 1: The Circulatory System
What are the functions of these vessels?
o The coronary arteries deliver blood to the heart muscle, providing a
continuous supply of oxygen and nutrients needed for it to stay healthy
Which muscles contracted?
What nerve is carrying the afferent and efferent impulses?
o Lateral Femoral
Is it more or less?
o It is less because the muscle system is worn out.
Would you say that nervous system activity or
Differences between Cellular respiration and photosynthesis
Occurs in which
Lab 12 Ecology
Per Capita carbon emissions in the United States is about 17.5
My average carbon footprint is 8.01
o which is less than half of the countries
How I am going to help is:
o Make sure that lights, TVs and comput
After soaking the potato pieces in the 2 different bowls for 30 minutes, the one in the
bowl with just water, did not change much, seems a little rougher than it started out.
Now with the one in salt, you
Step 1: observation:
o The lawn at the Nampa campus is not as green as at the Boise campus
Step 2: question:
o Why is the lawn less green in Nampa?
Step 3: hypothesis:
o The Nampa campus lawn is getting less water
Step 4: predic
A nurse in the pediatrician's office is checking the
Babinski reflex in a 3-month-old infant. The nurse determines
that the infant's response is normal if which of the following
findings is noted?
The infant turns to the side that is touched.
Environmental Science Fall 2015
1. Describe one benefit of biodiversity. Provide an example of this benefit.
Answer: biomass production or biochemical processes, have always been
considered on a material basis and as renewable capital for the primary