In Section 1, you learned about the natural environment, how it is impacted by humans, and how that impact is measured. Now, you'll apply what you learned.
1. In Section 1, there were several examples of systems, such as a car engine, the water cycle, or the carbon cycle. Think of a system you're familiar with, and then answer the following questions.
a. What system did you choose? (1 sentence. 2.0 points)
b. What are the inputs of the system? (1 sentence. 2.0 points) evaporation
c. What are the outputs of the system? (1 sentence. 2.0 points) condensation
d. Choose an input, and describe what would happen to the system if the input were decreased, so not as much of it was available to the system. Explain whether the system would still work, and mention any outputs that would be affected. (4-5 sentences. 4.0 points) we would not have much water. and we would have to find water. 2. Describe at least three ways in which a logging company that doesn't manage its forests sustainably could be harming the planet. (.3-6 sentences. 3.0 points) They cut down too many trees. And cutting down trees you not suppose to . and not planting them back. 3. Describe at least two ways in which some factories pollute the environment. (2-4 sentences. 2.0 points) Some factories pollute the air because of the smoke . and bad smoke can kill the trees.
4. How do you think the current global climate change will affect the area in which you live? Are any changes happening now? What changes do you think will happen in the future? If you are near the coast or near a glacier, talk about how these things might or might not affect you. (4-8 sentences. 6.0 points) It would make life harder and not easy . and it would be colder....
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