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9th Environmental Sc

JORGE - Chapter 1-Section 1 OUTLINE Page 1-2

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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: is the study of the air, water, and land surrounding an organism or a community, which ranges from a small area to Earth's entire biosphere.
HUMANS WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCEIt includes the study of the impact on___on the environment and involves the physical, biological, and social sciences
PROBLEMS WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: It incudes the study of the impact of____on the environment and involves the physical, biological, and social sciences.
ALTER WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: Environmental scientists study two types of interactions between humans and their environment (1) How our actions______our environment
NATURAL SCIENCE WHAT IS ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE: (2) The use of ___________ ___________________.
ENVIRONMENTAL MANY FIELDS OF STUDY: ___________________science is an interdisciplinary science, which means that it involves many fields of study.
ECOLOGY MANY FIELDS OF STUDY: _____is the study of interactions of living organisms with one another and with their environment
SOCIETY MANY FIELDS OF STUDY: Governments. businesses, and cities recognize that studying our environment is vital to maintaining a healthy and productive_______. Scientists are often asked to share their research with the world
NONSCIENTISTS MANY FIELDS OF STUDY: However the observation of __________________ are the first steps toward addressing an environmental problem.
CHANGED HUNTER-GATHERS AFFECT THEIR ENVIRONMENT IN MANY WAYS" Wherever humans have hunted, grown food, or_________the environment
HUNTER-GATHERERS HUNTER-GATHERS AFFECT THEIR ENVIRONMENT IN MANY WAYS" _______ are people who obtain food by collecting plants and by hunting wild animals or scavenging their remains
FIRES HUNTER-GATHERS AFFECT THEIR ENVIRONMENT IN MANY WAYS" The tribes also set_______to burn prairies and prevent the growth of trees. This left the prairie as an open grassland ideal for hunting bison.
CLIMATE OVER HUNTING HUNTER-GATHERS AFFECT THEIR ENVIRONMENT IN MANY WAYS"In North America, a combination of rapid _____ and______ _________ ______ by hunter-gatherers may have led to the disappearance of some large mammal species.
AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: is the raising of crops and live stock for food or for other products that are useful to humans which started in many different prts of the world over 10,000 years ago.
AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: The change had such a dramatic impact on human societies and their environment that it is often called the________ ___________________.
GROW AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION:The agricultural revolution allowed human populations to______at an unprecedented rate.
SMALLER AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: An population grow, they began to concentrate in _____ areas placing increased pressure on the local environment.
FOOD AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: This agricultural revolution changed the______ we eat. The plants we grow and eat today are descendended from wid plq
DESTROYED AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: Many habitats were ____________ as grasslands, forests, and wetlands were replaced with farmlands.
FOREST AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: Replacing __________ with farmland on a large scale can cause soil loss, floods, and water shortages.
SLASH -AND-BURN AGRICULTURAL REVOLUTION: The _____-___-____ technique was one of the earliest ways that land was converted to farmland.
INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: The _________________ _____________ involved a shift from energy sources such as animals and running water to fossil fuels such and changed society and greatly increased the efficiency of agriculture, industry, and transportation.
LARGE-SCALE0 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: In factories, the _______-_______ production of goods became less expensive than the local production of handmade goods.
MACHINERY INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: On the farm,____________ reduced the amount of land and human labor needed to produce food.
GREW INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: With fewer people producing their own food, the populations in urban areas steadily __________.
LIGHTBULB INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: The Industrial Revolution introduced many positive changes such as the _______ ____________
INCREASED INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Agricultural productivity ____________, and sanitation, nutrition, and medical care vastly improved.
POLLUTION HABITAT LOSS INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION:However, the Industrial Revolution also introduced many new environmental problems such as __________ and _________ ________.
PLASTIC INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION:I n the 1900's, modern societies began to use artificial substances in place of raw animals and plant produces. As a result, we know have materials such as _________, artificial pesticides, and fertilizers.
EASIER INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Many of these products make life____but we are now beginning to understand some of the environmental problems they present
PROBLEMS INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION: Iinfact, much of environmental science is concerned with the____associated with the Industrial Revolution.
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