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1.the natural shaking of the earth’s crust
4.Trees enter a dormant state during the winter
7.Gradual destruction, as by burning, eating, etc., or by using up, wearing out
8.compounds that do not contain carbon
11.A money payment or other form of aid that the government gives to a person or organization.
12.the continuous movement of water between ocean, atmosphere and land
14.Trees stay green year round
15.Warm, wet and multi-layered
18.Broad leaves are shed in winter
19.proportional reflectance of Earth's surface
21.cycling of matter between organisms and parts of the biosphere
24.nonliving, physical features of the environment; air, water, sunlight, soil, temperature, and climate
25.form when hot liquid (magma/lava) cools and hardens
35.using and maintaining resources for future use
37.hot pliable layer surrounding and less dense than the core
38.top layer of soil; rich in nutrients necessary for plant growth
39.development that can be maintained without depleting resources
43.isolated systems increase in entropy; disorderly equilibrium
48.a situation in which there are too many people in a given area
51.the ecological "job and address" of a plant or animal in nature
52.the analyzing of potential effects of doing nothing or of intervening
56.science dealing with the relation of living things to their environment and to each other
57.methods by which humans take care of the soil
58.small particles of decayed plant and animal material found in soil
59.a sudden, terrible event (noun)
60.the thinnest and outermost layer that surrounds the earth
61.Dry, bare ground and some vegetation
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2.The atmosphere from Earth's surface to the stratosphere
3.costs carried by 3rd parties(pollution) - someone or something not originally invovled
5.ENSO
6.resources and information from the environment entering a system
9.interior composed of dense, intensely hot metal, generates a magnetic field around earth
10.disaster that struck the US in the 1930s; an area of land suffering from severe erosion Economic: related to buying and selling of goods and services (adjectives)
13.remains of organisms that were buried by sediments and became part of the rock
15.struggle created by community resources, not owned by anyone
16.plant or animal that plays a unique and crucial role in the way an ecosystem functions
17.responsibility for conserving and restoring the Earth's resources for future generations
20.change in condition triggers a response that reverses the changed condition
22.the amount of resources needed by an individual
23.the rate at which energy is produced in an ecosystem
26.Enough rain for plants but not trees
27.have low rates of population growth and are highly industrialized
28.Wet, coastal area with coniferous trees
29.tendency of moving air or water to be deflected from its path; rotational force
30.change in a condition that causes further change in the same direction.
31.states that energy cannot be created or destroyed but can be changed from one form to another
32.a developing country with a low level of industrialization
33.resources that cannot be replaced once they are used
34.minerals that can be used and replaced over a relatively short time period
36.The layer of the atmosphere between the troposphere and the mesosphere
40.A major surface wind that blows more or less continually.
41.A heterotroph that derives its energy from nonliving organic material
42.general term for rapid down-slope movement of soil or rock
44.A circular, prevailing wind that generates circular ocean currents.
45.are seismic sea swells that accompany oceanic and costal landslides and earthquakes
46.made of weathered rock, organic matter, water, and air
47.are the sources of most of the earth's crust
49.system formed by interaction of a community of organisms with their physical environment
50.community of living organisms of a single major ecological region
53.Can be either alpine or arctic
54.Pertaining to life; environmental factors created by living organisms
55.when rock layers are cracked

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