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  • 1. Ecology Introduction Biology ~ Edgar
  • 2.
    • Frigid air
    • Thin soil
    • Brief growing season
  • 3. noble rhubarb Rheum nobile
    • Overlapping cream colored leaves
    • Moderates environment for flowers
    • Traps heat
    • Sunscreen type chemicals
  • 4. Snow leopard
    • Long, dense coat.
    • Fur-covered paws
    • Large nasal cavities
    • Small ears
    • Thickly furred tail – long enough to wrap whole body
  • 5. Fig. 34-0b
  • 6. Fig. 34-0c
  • 7. Fig. 34-1a
  • 8. Fig. 34-1b
  • 9. Fig. 34-1c
  • 10. Fig. 34-1d
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  • 16. Fig. 34-17 Solar heat Net movement of water vapor by wind Water vapor over the sea Precipitation over the land Water vapor over the land Precipitation over the sea Evaporation from the sea Evaporation and transpiration Flow of water from land to sea Surface water and groundwater Oceans
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  • 18. Fig. 34-2a
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  • 20. Fig. 34-7b
  • 21. Fig. 34-7a
  • 22. Fig. 34-8 30°N Tropic of Cancer 60°N Arctic circle Equator Tropic of Capricorn 30°S Tropical forest Savanna Desert Chaparral Temperate grassland Temperate broadleaf forest Coniferous forest Tundra High mountains Polar ice
  • 23. Tropical Forests
  • 24. Savannas
  • 25. Temperate Grasslands
  • 26. Deserts
  • 27. Chaparral
  • 28. Broadleaf Deciduous Forests
  • 29. Coniferious Forests
  • 30. Tundra
  • 31. Climograph
    • arctic tundra
    • coniferous forest
    • desert
    • grassland
    • temperate forest
    • tropical forest
  • 32. Bioassay Experiment
  • 33. 7,600 Tons of De-Icing Salt Per Year   Landsat Geocover image of Frenchman's Bay showing heavy urban development (pink and purple) all around it and a high density of transportation infrastructure. Image by NASA.
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  • 36. Pritzger Science Centre Treasure Hunt
    • What are some of the green features of the building that help with water conversation and with reducing impervious surface runoff?
  • 37. Serial Dilution

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