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3.10 Science Vocab

Vocabulary for Resources and the Environment

conservation the careful use and preservation of our natural resources.
endangered plants – protecting endangered plants by saving their seeds, growing the seeds indoors, and later putting the new plants back in their natural habitat.
erode/erosion when the topsoil is moved by wind or water
habitat management building parks and making laws to protect a habitat from becoming destroyed
habitat the local environment in which an organism lives
interdependency every living thing depends on every other living thing to survive.
natural resources something people use that comes from the earth.
pollution anything harmful to the environment.
resource renewal a conservation practice in which species are protected.
species a group of animals that have similar characteristics (dogs, lions).
species monitoring keeping track of the number of animals that are alive in order to prevent them from becoming endangered or extinct.
Created by: n8njackie