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    Lectures 1-23 sample question
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    Lectures pertaining to climate, ozone, and the energy crisis that America is facing today.
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    What is the keystone pipeline and why is it controversial?
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    Biomass energies and biofuels. What are the pros and cons and how are they produced.
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    How do we get our energy and what are alternative methods for electricity. How are these alternative possible.
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    The history of CFC and how it destroys Ozone. Also describes the thinning of the Ozone and why that is.
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    What is ozone and how does it form. The effects of CFC on the Ozone.
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    What natural and human factors affect climate patterns and changes? The notes go into detail to explain how wind, water, and the structure of the earth contribute to the differences in climate.
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    The difference between climate and weather and how atmosphere gasses affect both short term temperature and long term.
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    Covers lectures from soil, water, pollution, and dead zones. Shows how humans both contribute to the depletion and saving of ecosystems.
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    Describes what a dead zone is and how they are created. This also discusses why they are such a problem and how can they be controlled or fixed.
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    How water is controlled and identified in nature through both human activity and organically.
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    The water cycle and the discussing it as a non-renewable resource. What can people do to protect this resource and to understand how to use it sustainably.
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    How pests have been controlled in America since WWII through both pesticides and natural alternatives.
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    What is soil and where did it come from? Explains the importance of soil in an ecosystem and what can be harmful to soil.
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    This study guide poses possible questions for exam 2. It focuses on how an organism reproduces, adapts, and evolves overtime in response to its environment.
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    The concerns brought on by invasive species. How did they get to America? What can they tell us about evolution?
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    The theory of evolution and how organism have adjusted to changes in their environment overtime to ensure survival.
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    The relationship between natural selection and sexual selection in nature. Notes give examples of how some traits are only beneficial for reproduction.
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    the process of natural selection and how organisms use it to adapt in three different ways.
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    The relationship between biotic potential, mutations, and adaptations. Explains in detail the different reproductive strategies of insects and how that contributes to their biotic potential.
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    The criteria for success of insects and animals in the environment.
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    This study guide highlights lectures 1-4 and applies terms to real life examples.
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    Why insects are a great protein alternative and how this would help both the economy and the environment. Also explains the story of stuff and the limitations of America's current consumer system.
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    What subsidies are and how they can help or hinder the environment. Full cost pricing as a solution and the other costs that go into producing a product.

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