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EG Test 1

Deep Ecology Worldview Worldview based on harmony with nature, a spiritual respect for life, and the belief that humans and all other species have an equal worth.
Environmental Worldview Worldview based on how the environment works, our place in the environment, and right and wrong environmental behaviors.
Western Worldview Worldview based on human superiority over nature, the unrestricted use of natural resources, and economic growth to manage an expanding industrial base.
Carrying Capacity Max number of people that can possibly be supported
Sustainable Development Economic growth that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs
Scientific Method The way a scientist approaches a problem, by formulating a hypothesis and then testing it
Renewable Resource Resources that are replaced by natural processes and that can be used forever (can be replenished)
Non Renewable Resource Natural Resources that are present in limited supplies and are depleted as they are used
Environmental Issues Ait Pollution -Water Pollution -Rising Sea Levels -Social Stress
Three Levels of Development 1. Highly Developed (Ex. US) 2. Moderately Developed( Ex. Brazil) 3. Less Developed (Ex. Ethiopia)
Concepts of Development Economic, Education and Health Stats
Divergent Plates <- ->
Convergent Plates ->slides down <-
Transform Plates Side to Side
Layers of Earth Crust, Mantle, Outer Core, Inner Core
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