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Extinction or Consciousness

Arian Rodriguez

A series of common terms used in environmental related themes.

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3.Which is a measure of consumption or amount of resources used per person.
6.The ability to meet the current human need for natural resources without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their need.
7.A type of dispersal in which an individual leave a population and thus decreases its size.
10.Conservation of the resources in used items by converting them into new products.
11.A type of dispersal in which individuals enter a population and thus increases its size.
12.The rate of change of a population’s size.(2 words)
13.The sensible and careful management of natural resources.
17.The number of deaths per 1000 people per year.
18.The process in which people increasingly move from rural areas to densely populated cities.
19.A situation in which there are too many people in a given geographic area.
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1.A pale blue gas that is both a pollutant in the lower atmosphere (troposphere) and an essential component that screens out UV radiation in the upper atmosphere (stratosphere).
2.An aspect of waste management in which products are designed and manufactured in ways that decrease not only the volume of solid waste but also the amount of hazardous materials in the solid waste that remains.
4.Human-made organic compounds of carbon, chlorine, and fluorine that had many industrial and commercial applications but were banned because they attack the stratospheric ozone layer.
5.A natural soil and humus mixture that improves soil fertility and soil structure.
8.In economics, the effect (usually negative) of a firm that does not have to pay all costs associated with its production.
9.Setting aside undisturbed areas, maintaining them in a pristine state, and protecting them from human activities that might alter the natural state.
13.Those resources of our environment that are available to everyone but for which no single individual has responsibility.
14.A model that shows the mathematical relationship between environmental impact and the forces that drive them (Number of people, affluence per person, and environmental effect of technologies used to obtain an consume resources).
15.A condition in which people are unable to meet their basic needs for adequate food, clothing, or shelter.
16.Is the interaction of multiple elements in a system to produce en effect different from or greater than the sum of their individual effects.

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