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wetlands land that is covered all or part of the time with salt or fresh water.
Marsh wetland dominated by aquatic herbaceous emergants.
Swamp wetland dominated by trees
Bog wetland that accumulates acidic peat
Ombrotrophic body of water that was glacier fed.
ecology biological science that studies the relationships between living organisms and their environment.
environmental science uses info. from social and physical sciences to learn hoe the earth works
sustainable society meets the basic resource needs of its people indefinitely with out depleting the natural capital that supplies these resources
globalization everything becoming interconnected in the world
social increasing exchange of people and modern communications and human mobility
environmental effects decentralized network allows for sustainability on a global scale
sustainable yield highest rate a renewable resource can be used indefinitely with out reducing supply
environmental degradation exceeding a renewable resource's natural replacement rate
Created by: 14franss