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Humans and the Environment
What is extinction? When a species no longer exists
Extinction Natural process Caused by climate changes, predators, environmental factors, and human involvement
Natural Resources Resources taken from the environment Renewable resources can be replaced by nature Nonrenewable resources cannot be replaced
Questions What is extinction? What are some causes of extinction? What is the difference between renewable and nonrenewable resources?
Pollution Making the environment unclean with wastes Gases, chemicals, heat, garbage, and noise Materials that cause pollution are pollutants
Air pollution Caused by burning fuels and trash Industries cause such pollution Causes lung disease and acid rain
Water pollution Industrial wastes, sewage, and chemicals dumped into water supply
Soil pollution Some is caused by pollutants in the air or chemical used to control pests Burying toxic wastes can cause soil pollution as well
Consequences of pollutionAcid rain Endangering or extinction of animals Contamination of environment Poor air quality Disease
Questions How are the types of pollution different? What is pollution? What are some causes of pollution?
Conservation Wise use of materials and energy Recycling (reusing) materials Decreasing amounts used Using alternative forms of energy and materials
Questions What are some ways pollution can affect the environment? How can humans reduce pollution?
Earth’s Natural Resources
Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources
Changes in Ecosystems. There are several things that may cause changes to the ecosystem. One event is drought which is a long period without rain or precipitation.
HUMAN CAUSES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGE Biology EOCT Review.
Human Impact How we impact the world around us!. Modern Manhattan on right; virtual recreation of 1609 Mannahatta on left. Image © Markley Boyer / Mannahatta.
BW for the week of 10/15 On the front of your paper define: genus, species, classification, adaptation, engineering, technology, prototype, natural selection.
CHAPTER 6 HUMANS IN THE BIOSPHERE
Science 8 th grade Environmental Science Choice1Choice 2Choice 3Choice
How do we influence the environment?
Chapter 6: Humans in the Biosphere
Conservation and Pollution
Chapter 21 Table of Contents Section 1 Environmental Problems
Resources and Energy Section 4 Section 4: Resources and Conservation Preview Key Ideas Resources and Conservation Environmental Impacts of Mining Fossil.
I.Science and the Environment A.Pollution- the fouling of earth’s land, water, and air in ways that upset health, life, and natural resources 1.Some can.
POLLUTION. There is more and more pollution and it is affecting the whole world.
Preview Section 1 Environmental Problems
< BackNext >PreviewMain Section 1 Environmental Problems Warm Up 10/19 What is the difference between a renewable resource and a nonrenewable resource?
Resources and the Environment
Unit 4 Human Impact on the Environment. Population Three factors that affect population: –Number of births –Number of deaths –Number of individuals that.
Natural Resources How are resources used? What are the effects of using natural resources?
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