Exam 2 Review
Last Modified: 2011-07-14
Related Textbooks:Principles of Environmental Science: Inquiry and Applications
Food production is linear
When population exceeds food, point of crisis
2) How often reproduction occurs
3) How many offspring are born each time
2) Black Death
3) Industrial Revolution
Soil recovers slowly
-Temperate, Tropical (Savannas), Tundra
Highly motile animals
Colonies formed by tiny animals in mutalistic relationship with algae
Rich in nutrients
High in nutrients and high productivity
2) Species- # of species
3) Ecological- richness or complexity of biological community
Over exploitation (overharvesting)
2)politics and economics
Too little: fiber vitamins, minerals
Occurs in children whose diet lacks high quality protein *malnourished
Caused by diet low in both protein and calories
Most common on ag lands
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