Ecosystems and Our Environment

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resourcedepletion
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pollution
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extinction
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population
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ecosystem
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environment
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ecologist
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abiotic
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biotic
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community
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species
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habitat
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niche
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producer
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consumer
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plants
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animals
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scavenger
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decomposer
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turbidity
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predator
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prey
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competition
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symbiosis
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parasitism
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mutualism
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commensalism
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termites
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trichonympha
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dependent
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independent
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disease
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flood
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drought
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temperature
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salinity
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exponentialgrowth
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carryingcapacity