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AP Enviromental

First Semester Exam Review

Natural capital services
Ecology the study of ecosystems
Exponential growth development at an increasingly rapid rate in proportion to the growing total number or size; a constant rate of growth applied to a continuously growing base over a period of time
GDP the annual market value of all goods and services produced by all firms and organizations, foreign, and domestic, operating within a country.
Environmental science the study of how humans and other species interact with one another and the nonliving environment; a study of connections and interactions.
Resource anything obtained from the environment to meet our needs and wants.
Per capita GDP the GDP divided by the total population at midyear.
Solar capital resources
Environmentally sustainable society the ability of earth's various systems, including human cultural systems and economies, to survive and adapt to changing environmental conditions.
Sustainable yield production of a biological resource (as timber or fish) under management procedures which ensure replacement of the part harvested by regrowth or reproduction before another harvest occurs.
Linear growth growth by the same amount over equal time periods.
Common property un-owned resources that are available to users at little of no charge.
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