Ecology Camp Words
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Four ways to conserve earth's natural
resources [Recycle, Reduce, Reuse, Repair].
A nonliving part of an ecosystem.
Moisture that falls to Earth after being mixed with wastes from burned fossil fuels.
Alternative Energy Source
A source of energy other than the burning of a fossil fuel.
A characteristic that enables a living thing to survive in its environment.
The wide variety of life on Earth.
Getting energy from plant and animal materials by changing them into high-quality fuels.
A living part of an ecosystem.
A list of indicator species, used to determine the health of an ecosystem.
The population (such as deer) that an area will support without undergoing deterioration.
Gases used in such things as refrigerators, freezers, and air conditioners. CFCs may make "holes" in the ozone layer.
Pollution from human made chemicals such as oil or acid rain.
The breaking down of rocks by oxidation or the dissolving action of acids.
The planned management of natural resources to prevent exploitation, destruction, or neglect.
Getting fresh water from seawater.
Objects not created by humans, but rather tells you about them.
Natural pollution such a
landslide or ash from a volcano.
The study of how living things and their environment interact.
The gradual replacement of one community by another.
A fuel formed from the decay of ancient forms of life.
An acronym describing the living (biotic factors) and nonliving (abiotic factors) that can be found within an ecosystem [Food, Water, Air, Reproduction, Protection, Space].
Earth's internal energy.
The ability of the atmosphere to let in sunlight but not to let heat escape.
The use of flowing water to generate electricity.
A resource that cannot be replaced within a short period of time or at all.
Alternative energy source utilizing nuclear fusion or fission to create energy.
The oversupplying of natural chemical substances, such as phosphates and nitrates.
A layer of ozone gas in the atmosphere that screens out much of the Sun's UV rays.
The first community thriving in a once lifeless area.
The first species living in an
otherwise lifeless area.
Adding any harmful substances to Earth's land, water, or air.
A resource that can be
replaced in a short period of time.
An alternative energy source that utilizes the Suns radiation in collecting energy.
The excess heating of a body of water.
energy source that uses wind to generate energy.
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