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a resident of what country is more likely to have a larger ecological footprint USA
most of todays enviromental problems started in which period of human history industrial revolution
biodiversity refers to number and variety of species living on earth
sunlight, air, forests, and water are all renewable resources
the harmful introduction of harmful levels of chemicals or wastes into the enviroment pollution
residents of what kind of countries make up 80% of the population developed
residents of what kind of countries consume 90% of the worlds resources developed
this science focuses on the enviromental effects of human activities enviromental science
a natural material that can be replaced quickly by natural proccesses renewable
great technological strides were made in this period industrial revolution
not beleiving everything your told skeptisism
an observation that could happen in the future theory
numeric information gathered during an experiement data
principles and standards we consider important values
the chance that an event will happen probability
the group of individuals used to represent the population control
includes maps and charts graphic model
a flow chart conceptual model
information gathered by using the senses observation
procedure used to test a hypothesis experiment
the ricter scale is used to measure what earthquakes
earths thin outer layer is the crust
the removal and transportation of surface material by wind and water erosion
a earthquake is movement along a what fault
in large volcanic eruptions ash and gases and enter the atmosphere and reduce sunlight
small streams and rivers that flow into larger ones are called
deep currents flow along the ocean floor
earth is what type of system closed
what peices compose the lithosphere tectonic plates
a volcano is a mountain built from magma
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