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GEOG Chapter 1

Chapter 1 Key Words

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Environment The biological and physical surroundings in which any given living organism exist.
Environmental Science An interdisciplinary field of research that draws on the natural and social sciences and the humanities in order to understand the natural world and our relationship to it.
Empirical Science A scientific approach that investigates the natural world through systematic observation and experimentation.
Applied Science Research whose findings are used to help solve practical problems.
Environmental Literacy A basic understanding of how ecosystems function and of the impact of the impact of our choices on the environment.
Trade-offs The imperfect and sometimes problematic responses that use must at times choose between when addressing complex problems.
Triple Bottom Line The combination of the environmental, social, and economic impacts of our choices.
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