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Human Inpact

What is population density? A measure of the number of people in a given area
Why do landfills have liners? They help toxic chemicals from seeping into ground water
Urban and Suburban Growth Causes what? Can increase in soil erosion, destroy habitats, lose farmland, and endanger wildlife
What are renewable resources...Example Natural resources that can be replenished over time Wood, Water, Air
What are non-renewable resources.....Example Natural resources that humans are using up before they can be replenished Coal, Oil, Natural Gas
What is Pollutant? A substance that makes air, water, or land harmful for life
List the three main causes of water pollution? Chemical runoff from farm fields
What is Biodiversity? The number and variety of different organisms on Earth or within an ecosystem. The greater the biodiversity of an ecosystem, the more easily it may recover.
Crop Rotation? Plant different
Created by: s60943